Scala dei Turchi is a rock wall (falesia) which rises above the sea along the coast between Porto Empedocle and Realmonte, in the province of Agrigento. It has become a tourist attraction in time for both 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 the writer Andrea Camilleri empedoclino, where these places are mentioned country of Commissioner, to frame with Porto Empedocle
La Scala is made up of marl, a sedimentary rock of calcareous and clayey nature, with a characteristic pure white color. This singular-looking cliff rises between two fine sandy beaches, and to access it you have to proceed along the coast and climb a climb resembling a large natural limestone staircase. Once you reach the top of the cliff, the visible landscape embraces the Agrigento coast up to Capo Rossello,