Mazara del Vallo
Located in the southern part of our province, the town of Mazara del Vallo owes much of its success to its geographical location, so close to Africa, and to the river Mazaro, whose mouth creates a natural and well-protected harbor, used by always for commercial traffic.
Just the port channel is in fact the hub of the city whose economy is based primarily on the existence of a large fishing fleet and a large fish production.
All this, in addition to making the city one of the most important Italian centers for deep-sea fishing, it also makes a multiethnic pole in which different peoples and cultures have been able to find the way, unfortunately not always obvious, of peaceful coexistence.
To the west of Mazara, is the protected area of Capo Feto and, to the east of the city, the Natural Reserve of Lake Preola and Gorghi Tondi.