Trapani, con la sua la forma a falce, dal greco Drepanon, gode di una posizione geografica invidiabile: tra due mari, ai piedi del Monte Erice, vicino Selinunte, di fronte le splendide Isole Egadi e le famose Saline.

  • Segesta Thermal Baths

    In the countryside resort called Contrada Bagni, in the province of Trapani, you can enjoy a relaxing break on your [...]

  • Sicily by motorbike

    A tour of Sicily by motorbike is a wonderful adventure. Travelling on the roads, from coast to coast, from city [...]

  • Sailing Sicily: cruise to Trapani, San Vito Lo Capo, Egadi Islands

    For a relaxing sailing holiday to discover the most extreme tip of western Sicily, this is the best solution you [...]

  • Holiday in Trapani with children and teenagers

    Need ideas for a holiday in Sicily with children and teenagers? Go to Trapani and its surroundings! Start with the Water [...]

  • Easter desserts to try in Sicily

    The renowned Sicilian desserts tastes best on special occasions. At Easter, on the feast that coincides with spring, on the [...]

  • Underwater archaeology routes

    Are you passionate about the deep sea? Do you like discovering new underwater treasures? There are twenty-one underwater routes in [...]


    Freshly produced homemade sauce is the secret recipe that makes every Sicilian dish so special. From arancine (or arancini?!) to [...]

  • Following the bluefin tuna on their route from Favignana to Mondello

    You're probably wondering what "Following the Bluefin tuna" means. In this tour, we're going to follow the famous route which the [...]

  • Oil in Sicily

    Olive oil is a main ingredient of the Mediterranean diet, it enriches any recipe, adds flavour to dishes, seasons vegetables [...]