Favignana, represented as a large butterfly painter Salvatore Fiume, is part of the Egadi. The beautiful waters rich with fish and wild coasts make the island a favorite destination of many tourists who love the sea and nature. Among the most interesting sites worth mentioning is the "tuna" Florio, recently restored and open to the public and the c..
The island of Levanzo opposite Favignana, is an island very well known for its sea, the coasts, especially in the cave of the Genovese, of prehistoric origin, immensely valuable scientific, cultural, where you can see rare and precious and prehistoric paintings and depicting scenes of hunting and fishing, human figures and animals, deer, cattle, ho..
The most distant and most savage and solitary islands of Egadi Marettimo. Renowned for the beauty of the scenery and the charm of the place. In addition to the interest of the coast, the seabed, marine vegetation, the island is in great demand especially by fans of migratory birds. To remember the Roman buildings can still see the remains of a Roma..
Mazara del Vallo is in the southern part of our province, owes its success to its location so near to Africa, and Mazaro River, whose mouth creates a natural harbor, has always been used for commercial traffic. The city is one of the most important Italian centers for deep sea fishing which is also a multicultural center where people and cultures h..
Salemi rises on a 442 meters high hill in a very fruitful area cultivated mainly with vineyards. The Church and the College of Jesuits are worth to be visited: the first has a rich baroque facade and the second houses a museum where are preserved the works of art survived the earthquake. Easily accessible via motorway Palermo / Mazara del Vallo is ..
Provincial capital of western Sicily, as well as the privileged geographical position, which characterizes the Mediterranean climate, has an attractive shape, occupies a spit of land from the slopes of Mount Erice narrows to the tip which houses the seventeenth-century Tower of Ligny. Trapani is know as the city of salt and sailing, for the cultiva..
A very special place, a museum under open sky, the only example of environmental art in Italy, a place where architects, sculptors and painters have experienced an outpost of the "modern art", through which hopes to give new life and momentum lost. After the 1968 earthquake there was nothing left to do but rebuild. This raises the big star, a symbo..
A bay extending three enticing lilometers from the beautiful Zingaro Nature Reserve to the Mount Cofano Reserve has brought San Vito lo Capo recognition as Italy's most beautiful beach by Traveler's Choice Beaches Awards 2011. Firs in italy and eight in Europe, admirable for a small fishing village wich is populated by little more than four thousan..
Protected by the gulf that goes from Cape San Vito to Cape Rama, Castellammare was the port and the emporium of the ancient towns of Segesta and Erice. It developed around a big castle, an invincible fortress, on a promontory stretching out into the se, surrounded by the sea along three sides and connected to the dry land by a drawbridge that then ..
The town of Selinunte in the municipal district of Castelvetrano no longer exists but its grandeur has survived. Between the 7th and the 5th century it was one of the most prosperous and important Greek colonies and today is one of the most remarkable archeological areas in Europe. You will be surprised for the vastness of the area where it rose, f..
Mothia is the most important island in the Nature Reserve of Stagnone. Because of its strategic position in the Mediterranean Sea, the Carthaginians wanted it to become one of their own trading ports. Unfortunately Mothia suffered the consequences for the fight between the Greeks and the Carthaginians to control Sicily. When it was attacked and des..
Erice represents for any visitor a thrilling encounter with and history, relived in every single precious ston of this medieval village perched on Mount Erice. Whether travelling by cable car from Trapani or along one of its winding roads, the journey to the township boasts rich landscapes and views over the Egadi Islands, Trapani, the salt pans an..
Today the reserve is located across the western Gulf of Castellammare, in san Vito lo Capo peninsula overlooking the Tyrrenian sea Beetween Castellammare del Golfo and Trapani. The territory is mostly for the town of San Vito lo Capo and to a lesser extent in the town of Castellammare del Golfo. Within the reserve there are the Nature Museum of Mar..