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La Scala dei Turchi is a rock (cliff) which rises above the sea along the coast of Realmonte, near Porto Empedocle, near Agrigento. It has become a tourist attraction in time for the singularity of the cliff, white and peculiar forms, whether as a result of the popularity gained by the novels starring Inspector Montalbano written by Andrea Camilleri, where these places are mentioned (near you the imaginary town of Police, Vigata).
The scale consists of marl, a sedimentary rock of limestone and clay, with a distinctive pure white color. This unique aspect of the cliff stands in the middle between two sandy beaches, and access must proceed along the coast and climb a hill resembling a huge natural staircase of limestone. Once you reach the top of the cliff, the visible landscape embraces the coast of Agrigento to Capo Rossello, else tied to the deeds of Montalbano.
The scale of the Turks has a wavy shape and irregular, with no harsh lines but sweet and rounded. The name comes from the past of piracy raids by the Saracens, Arab nations and, by convention, Turkish; Turkish pirates, in fact, found shelter in this area less windswept and representing a safer landing.
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