The province of Trapani extends in the westernmost part of the Sicily region, extending between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Sicilian Channel. It is a land full of charm: its marvelous coasts, alternating steep cliffs with long beaches, archaeological remains, small villages where the most authentic traditions are still alive, make it one of the most popular and attractive tourist destinations in Sicily.
On the coast of Trapani, one of the most beautiful in Italy, are important places of natural interest such as the Gulf of Castellammare, with a coastline of cliffs and stacks alternating with beautiful beaches, Scopello, known for its cliffs, the clear sea and fantastic backdrops, San Vito Lo Capo, with white sand and crystal clear waters.
There are numerous protected areas for the protection of pristine environments including the Zingaro Nature Reserve, which stretches along the coast with cliffs, coves and cliffs that plunge into the blue sea, covered by dense Mediterranean vegetation.
The province of Trapani contains an extraordinary natural heritage, starting from well-known Egadi Islands and the beautiful volcanic island of Pantelleria, which is a haven to discover and experience.
In proximity of Trapani, there are particularly fascinating landscapes, constituted by the white salt including sprouting ancient windmills: this is one of the most important coastal wetlands, protected by the Saline Natural Reserve of Trapani.
For a trip into the past of finds and extraordinary landscapes Trapani is particularly known for the important vestiges of more than millenary civilizations that dot the territory: archeology from Segesta, located inland, coastal colonies of Selinunte and Erice, up to the island of Mozia.
This corner of Sicily is a special land for its traditions that continue to be perpetuated over the centuries; a land of surprises to its visitors.