The best guide to Marsala for traveling with pets.
If you are planning a trip to Marsala and you do not want to leave your pet at home, here you will find a list of all the pet-friendly facilities that the city has to offer so that you can enjoy a nice holiday together.
Where to take your dog for a walk:
Marsala is a city full of open spaces where you can share your holidays with your pets. You can take long walks with the whole family, stopping to admire the landscapes. Among these are the Lungomare Boeo, the Stagnone Nature Reserve, the Saline of Marsala, and both of the beaches on the north and south coasts of the city. The various districts and villages that are part of the Marsala area are ideal for walking your dog.
How to get around
In Italy, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind, the dog can get on buses if it is of medium-small size, because it can be easily picked up. If, on the other hand, it is a large dog, the driver can refuse to board to prevent it from bothering other travelers.
Other means of transport
As for taxis, it will depend on the will of the driver and always on condition that the animal is supported by its owner so that it does not to occupy the seats.
For the hydrofoil trip to reach the Egadi Islands, small animals must be kept in special carriers for the entire duration of the trip. Medium or large dogs must be equipped with a leash. There is a health certification that the Company reserves the right to request from you, requiring the harness and that the animal must wear a muzzle. Make sure you comply with all the necessary requirements by carefully reading the Conditions of Carriage for Pets.
In public places, dogs must be kept on a leash. It is important to be aware of when your dog has to wear a muzzle. Find out here and don't forget to put it on. There are dog social areas around town where they can be left loose.