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Highlights in Trapani
- Paradise beaches
- Ideal for wine tourism enthusiasts
- Greek and Phoenician archeological remains
- The Natural Reserve of the Trapani and Paceco Salt Flats
- Exquisite fish couscous
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Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Trapani
Are you thinking of booking a holiday rental in Trapani to spend a few days on the beautiful Sicilian beaches and forget about the daily worries? At Holidu we offer you the possibility of choosing from a wide variety of rentals located less than 1 km from the promenade and equipped with everything you need to enjoy a stay as comfortable as possible. In addition, you will be able to choose between numerous additional services so that your rental fits perfectly to your needs, like terrace, garden, swimming pool, sea views, barbecue, chimney, air conditioning, parking, etc.Holiday homes and luxurious garden villas
If you are looking for a holiday rental in Trapani with larger rooms and in addition to the basic equipment has other services that make your stay unforgettable, nothing better than booking a holiday home or a luxury villa. Ideal both for couples who want to make an escape and for families with children and large groups of friends. Many of them located in an environment of absolute tranquillity, but a few minutes from the beach. The best type of holiday rental to forget the stress and worries of everyday life.
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The area and how to find your way around
Located northwest of Sicilia, Trapani is the capital of the province of the same name. It stretches between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Channel of Sicily. A land that is not only attractive for its beautiful coastlines and dizzying cliffs, but also for its salt flats, for the Phoenician archaeological remains of the island of San Pantaleon and for its charming villages, which still keep alive the essence of the area. But it also has an impressive natural wealth, with the Aegadian Islands, the Natural Reserve of Zingaro and the Natural Reserve Salina de Trapani and Paceco. Places you can get to know just by booking a letting in Trrapani.Trapani, a mixture of tradition and modernity
Trapani is one of those cities that it is better to know walking. Its old town, full of baroque facades, beautiful churches and majestic palaces enter the traveller into the past of the city. But Trapani is also a lively town where there are plenty of shops, good restaurants and terraces where you can enjoy a traditional aperitif accompanied by Sicilian wine. If you want to enjoy it all, don't hesitate to book your holiday rental in the centre of Trapani.
Types of travellers and activities
the coast of Trapani is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful in Italy. It includes places of great natural value such as the Golfo di Castellmare, rich in plumes and cliffs that alternate with beautiful beaches; Scopello, famous for its crests and its precious seabed; and San Vito Lo Capo, a white sandy beach and crystalline waters really paradise. However, the latter is usually very crowded in summer. If you are looking for tranquillity, the best thing to do is to go to Scopello, which can also boast of being one of the most beautiful coves on the island.Trapani for wine lovers
The Trapani region alone produces more wine than Piamonte and Toscana together, or more than entire countries such as Austria, Hungary or Chile. This area has unique climatic conditions, ideal terrain for the vineyards and a long historical tradition. If you are a great wine lover, do not miss the opportunity to make a route through the wineries in the area to taste the flavours of Erice, with Denomination of Origin. The possibility of discovering real enogastronomic surprises in a relatively small area.
Did you know that in Trapani it is customary to do the passeggiata? It's about going around the main streets of Trapani to see and be seen.
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The old town of Trapani has numerous buildings that reflect the role that the area has played throughout its history. Old buildings, monuments and churches among which the Cathedral of San Lorenzo and the Sanctuary of the Anunciada. But it is also worth visiting the Perpoli Regional Museum, where you can learn more about the city's past. The Greek ruins of Segesta and Selinunte, and the Phoenician settlements on the island of Mothia deserve special mention.2. Be hypnotized contemplating the effects of light on the salt flats
On the road between Trapani and Marsala we find a large area of small mountains of salt, dotted between the typical wooden blade mills. The effects of the light on the salt are really impressive, especially at dusk. But in addition, this area is a Natural Reserve in which numerous migratory birds can be contemplated.3. Visit the Aegadian Islands: Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo
These are the rocky islands off the coast of Trapani and are home to small solitary coves and a beautiful steep relief. Although they all have their charm, the most recommendable if you don't have much time are Marettimo, because it is a Natural Reserve, and Levanzo, because of the many paths it has. However, north of Trapani, in the Zingaro Nature Reserve, you will also find a multitude of trails.4. Try the exquisite fish couscous
In the port of Trapani you will find a great variety of restaurants that will allow you to taste delicious dishes of fish and fresh seafood, while you enjoy the spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and the Aegadian Islands. But if there is one dish that stands out above the rest is the fish couscous with paprika sauce, with a clear Arab influence.