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Isola di Mozia (Mothia)/ San Pantaleo

Marsala, Sicily, Italy
+39 091 682 0522
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Lots of old Stones

Having just come from Ragusa and its magnificent tempels, this was a complete letdown. Don't be... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
BramBakker
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Utrecht, The Netherlands
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So interesting!

We went late in the day and took the ferry to Mozia. We walked around the island and visited the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
IstanBucket
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Providence, Rhode Island
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  • Excellent44%
  • Very good31%
  • Average11%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible6%
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“small island” (13 reviews)
“boat trip” (13 reviews)
“ruins” (27 reviews)
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Marsala, Sicily, Italy
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+39 091 682 0522
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Having just come from Ragusa and its magnificent tempels, this was a complete letdown. Don't be fooled by all the great stories about this place; it is a desolate little island with a lot of old stones with a price tag of €14,00 (€5 for...More

Thank BramBakker
Reviewed 4 days ago

We went late in the day and took the ferry to Mozia. We walked around the island and visited the museum. It was beautiful.

Thank IstanBucket
Reviewed 21 April 2017

A short boat trip takes you accross the lagoon to the small island. There you can walk the partly excavated remains of the trading colony which thrived from the 8th Century AD until,its brutal sack by Dionysus of Syracuse in 397 after a desperate seige....More

Thank gerry p
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Take a small boat across the channel to the island of Mozia to see the museum of ancient ruins left by the Catheginians and ancient Greeks. On the way back,stop in the little windmill gift shop for salt gleaned from the sea in the salt...More

Thank Kathy S
Reviewed 6 April 2017

you do not expect too much. And you should know that the entreance fee on the island is 9 Euro per person. Nobody will tell you, when you pay the 10-Euro-fee for the ferry. No shadow to expect,. just a couple of stones. The museum...More

1  Thank Schadland
Reviewed 25 March 2017 via mobile

A small boat takes you in 5 minutes from a jetty on the salt flats about half-way between Trapani and Marsala, across to the island of Mozia, for €5. Check the times before you go and expect no toilets, no guidebook and no help at...More

Thank Retyree
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Interesting remains and an informative museum. Doubly interesting because so little Phoenician is extant.

Thank Philip S
Reviewed 25 February 2017

Across the large shallow lagoon from the last remaining saltpans lies the intriguing island of Mozia. Once the home of Englishman Joseph Whitaker of the Marsala wine dynasty who started the archaeological digs in late in the 19th Century. Many of the finds are to...More

Thank vuepoint
Reviewed 21 February 2017

The scale of the ruins and excavations is surprising for a place that is 1/4 square miles. Dates to 17 C BC. Indigenous, Greek, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, and others. Excavated by Whittacker in the earl 1900's and continued by his daughter. A Greek original statue found...More

1  Thank Trek-Always
Reviewed 30 November 2016 via mobile

From the starting pier you have a creeping perception of some sorcery. You board the boat and slowly are teletransported ti another time. Mozia is sort of a parallel world. An island-city of phenicean ages, with conserved premises, ruins, the port and a museum to...More

Thank andrea156666
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FABIANA_PA
salve la domenica è visitabile l'isola? grazie
25 April 2017|
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Response from Marco974 | Reviewed this property |
ISOLA DI MOZIA Riserva Naturale dello Stagnone Tel. 0923 712598 Aperta: tutti i giorni dalle ore 09.00 alle ore 13.00 e dalle ore 15.00 alle 18.00 Prezzi per persona: Tariffe battelli per Mozia: Individuali - adulti... More
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Luigimartu
Ho un cane di taglia media. Posso visitare mattia?
21 August 2016|
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Response from aldo f | Reviewed this property |
Non penso assolutamente ci siano problemi Consiglio guinzaglio
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cicogirasole
ciao, vorrei visitare l'isola di Mozia ed ho necessità di un contatto telefonico con il barcaiolo o una Pro loco che organizza le gite. La questione è che siamo una coppia che viaggia con una cagnolina di piccola taglia e la mia domanda è se possiamo fare il giro in barca con lei. grazie
3 August 2016|
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Response from ida-coronado | Reviewed this property |
Ci sono battelli ogni mezz'ora per Mothia, dall'imbarcadero delle saline. Ho visto cagnolini sull'isola, anzi, ce n'è uno delizioso all'ingresso del museo.
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