At Petrosino you can spend a vacation enjoying its crystal clear sea and discovering the territory and the history of its fine local wine traditions.
The small town is nestled in the beauty of the landscape, whose profile is defined by the elevations of the ancient towers Sibiliana and Galvaga.
Petrosino has his gaze turned towards a sea with transparent backdrops and characterized by biodiversity, transited by tuna, dolphins and turtles, and the coastline offers secluded beaches – such as Torrazza– and lidos with their services, as in Sibiliana, as well as an ancient fishing village (Biscione).
Behind the town, rows of vines cover the striking countryside like a geometric mantle.
Here there are still testimonies of an ancestral and rural past, whose memory emerges in the architectural signs of the bagli, some particularly full of history as the one owned by the English merchant who started the production and worldwide export of Marsala, John Woodhouse.
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