Destination Trapani: The coast of the province of Trapani is beautiful thanks to the spectacular panorama of the Egadi Islands. ￼In addition to the sea and the beach, there are many towns and places to visit that dot the area: Alcamo, Campobello Di Mazara, Castellammare del Golfo, Castelvetrano, Custonaci, Erice, Marsala, Mazara Del Vallo, Petrosino, San Vito lo Capo and Trapani. Lively towns made of sun, sea, but also of history and monuments First of all, San Vito lo Capo, a real pearl of the Mediterranean, with the most beautiful beaches in Italy. But in addition to history, the landscape also plays its part, and so the eye wanders from the characteristic windmills of Marsala to the large salt pans of Trapani and Paceco. In Trapani, the Colombaia Castle and the many buildings in the center are certainly worth seeing. Without a doubt the crystal clear sea and the golden sand of these areas are ideal for relaxation and the practice of water sports. In addition to relaxing on the beautiful beach of the entire coast, lovers of the underwater world can admire the underwater panorama of the sea of Scopello and the Zingaro reserve, discovering the spectacular Shrimp Cave. […]
Sicily DMC – San Vito Lo Capo: set on a long beach that recalls the distant Caribbean with its colors, San Vito Lo Capo, thanks to its mild climate, even in winter, is one of the most popular destinations in western Sicily. Its position, between Palermo and Trapani, allows it to be easily reached from the two airports in western area. A typical fisher’s village, with low houses dotted with jasmine and bougainvillea, a Mediterranean atmosphere that immediately promises a lot of relaxation … The naturalistic beauties and the magic of places touched by myth are just some of the reasons that make a holiday in this corner of paradise essential. We are a few kilometers from the suggestive natural pearl of the Zingaro Reserve, from the splendid Monte Cofano, from the legendary Erice and from the Doric temple of Segesta … but much more awaits you! The heart of the town is Piazza Santuario which overlooks the sanctuary-fortress dedicated to San Vito martire, patron of the town. From here, via Savoia, it quickly reaches the sea, an irresistible attraction for everyone. Via Savoia, very popular especially in the evening, is a destination for shopping and relaxing walks, while in […]
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