With a population of 80,000, Marsala is the fifth-largest Sicilian municipality in number, and certainly among the more interesting, from the archeological and monumental points of view, as well as in landscape.

The territory of Marsala consists of more than one hundred districts, and its economy is based mostly on agriculture, with more than one million hectoliters of wine produced each year, as well as a large quantity of vegetables and flowers. Marsala wine (Link su Vino Marsala), in fact, is the product that put Marsala on the map, and was a leading factor in the development of the city’s economy.

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