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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
Located in the center of Trappeto, a small town of Castellammare del Golfo, 50 meters from the sea and only 500 meters from the beach of fine sand. Air-conditioned apartments feature a living area with TV and a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with shower and hairdryer. Nearby: restaurants with local cuisine, bars, pizzerias and shops. Nearby Palermo, Monreale, Segesta, Scopello, Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro, Erice. Close to the airport of Palermo
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||50 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Palermo 14 km, Nearest railway: Trappeto|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1)|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
About this location
The Sicily region
Sicily is the largest of the Italian islands, separated from the Continent by the Strait of Messina and surrounded by the Ionian, the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean Seas.
It is one of the pearls of Southern Italy and can be discovered, understood and experienced through a series of itineraries dedicated to areas of interest ranging from nature to history and traditions.
Nature seems to have endowed all its wonders to this land: mountains, hills and above all the sea, with its incredible colors, its crystal-clear water and the beauty of its seabeds, in no way inferior to those of other seas.
Last but not least, its great volcanoes are symbols of the irresistible beauty and vitality of this incredibly charming region.
Fascination for this region grows with treasured archaeological sites that tell the story of the ancient origins of Trinacria (ancient name for Sicily).
The provinces of the region are: Palermo (regional capital), Agrigento, Catania, Caltanissetta, Enna, Messina, Ragusa, Siracusa and Trapani.
he undisputed ruler of this ancient and beautiful land is undoubtedly the sea, that can be enjoyed in so many different ways: relaxing on one of the many coastal beaches, exploring the wonderful seabeds, or windsurfing and kitesurfing with the waves and the wind.
Here, the power of the sea, together with that of the wind, allows for the opportunity to feel the thrill of “running” or even “flying” over the crystal-clear waters of the coasts of San Vito lo Capo, Mondello, Cefalù, Marina di Ragusa, Taormina, , and Ustica, just some of the many places where one can practice these sports year-round.
Trekking lovers can go on a guided excursion along the routes of Sicily's natural parks, while those who prefer other means can choose to explore these wonderful places on a horse's back or riding a mountain bike.
It should be mentioned that in recent years Sicily has even become an important destination for lovers of golf. Several new courses have made their home on the island, which is host to the by-now famous Sicily Open.
The Belpaese has always been considered one of the most sought-after destinations for thermal cures, a form of natural medicine existing in Italy since the Roman ages. Sicily is a region of water and volcanoes and it offers a wide range of treatments for those who wish to unwind from stress and daily life by "spa-ing". In thermal spas and wellness centers one can find various regenerating, therapeutic and, without a doubt, beauty treatments. The most renowned spas are Segesta, with its famous , caves where the high concentration of steam reaches a temperature of about 40° C,
For enthusiasts of cultural tourism, Sicily is a source of knowledge, history, art and culture. It is here, this island with its mild climate and enchanting surroundings that famous writers such as Salvatore Quasimodo, Giovanni Verga, Luigi Pirandello, Leonardo Sciascia, and Tomasi di Lampedusa found their inspiration to write great works including The Leopard and The House by the Medlar Tree. Today, anyone who travels here can still plunge into everything the island has to offer. Embarking on a journey of “spaces” where these legendary writers lived, one can better understand the social, political and historical conditions that became the setting of their novels.
Those wanting to travel even further back in time will be content to see the Greek Temples of Selinunte and Syracuse, as well as those of Agrigento and of Imera. Not to be forgotten is the Greco-Roman theatre of Taormina and the cathedrals left by the Normans, especially the Martorana, San Giovanni degli Eremiti and San Cataldo Churches.
If it's customs and traditions you're looking for, a visit to Acireale is practically obligatory; there one can see the Opera of Marionettes and the story of Orlando Furioso.
There is plenty of choice for those who enjoy festivals and cultural events, too. Countless events take place every year in the amazing scenery of Taormina's Ancient Theater, including the well-known Cinema Festival, an award ceremony for the best films.
The warmth and joie de vivre of the Sicilians can be seen during the celebration of Carnival, the happiest and most colourful festival of the year. Acireale Carnival is defined as "The most beautiful Carnival in Sicily", for the creativity and originality of its allegorical papier-mâché or flowered floats that parade along the streets with their cheerful and colorful masks.
Many festivals are dedicated to the Patron Saints of Sicily as well, mixing faith, folklore and tradition into a display of the Sicilians' profound religious devotion. The Festival of Saint Rosalia in Palermo and the Festival of Saint Agatha in Catania are just a few of the many events that take place every year throughout the region.
Between 2 area: Palermo and Trapani
This enchanting land is composed of marvelous coasts that alternate with steep cliffs and endless beaches.
The archaeological remains and the small villages where the most authentic traditions are still part of daily life make the Province a very attractive tourist destination.
The Trapani Coast, one of the most impressive in Italy, comprises very valuable naturalistic spots, particularly the Gulf of Castellamare, with its seafront full of cliffs and stacks alternating with beautiful beaches.
Scopello is particularly renowned for its sea stacks and for its transparent sea.
Part of this enchanting scenery is San Vito Lo Capo, with its white beaches and waters of the most brilliant hues.
The Trapanese province encloses an extraordinary natural heritage, starting with the renowned Egadi Islands and the splendid volcanic Isle of Pantelleria, genuine oases that should not go undiscovered.
Innumerable protected areas such as the Zingaro Natural Reserve, which stretches out along the coast and reefs, inlets and marine cliffs a sheer drop to the blue sea, covered by thick Mediterranean scrub.
In proximity with Trapani, the particularly breathtaking landscapes are composed of saline banks from which windmills arise. This is certainly one of the most important humid coastal zones, protected by the Trapani and Paceco Saline Natural Reserve.
Trapani Province is particularly renowned for the extraordinary cultural heritage spread all over its territory, from the archaeological area of Segesta, located in the coastal hinterland, to Selinunte, Erice and the Island of Mothia.
The City of Trapani boasts its historic center and several splendid monuments dating to different epochs, a unique and fascinating collection.
This corner of Sicily is special for its traditions, passed down through the centuries and always reserving new surprises for its visitors.
Trapani Province is especially renowned for the important signs of old civilizations, among which is the Segesta archaeological area, dominated from above by a majestic Doric temple.
Besides traces of fortified doors and perimeter walls, you can admire the magnificent Greek theatre and the remains of a sanctuary.
Selinunte is one of the most representative sites of Classical Civilization, located in a very charming spot within the reserve of the River Belice Nature Reserve.
Here you will see the ruins of the colossal Greek temples looming over the territory, the acropolis and the remains of houses and of a perimeter wall.
The small isle of Mothia, meanwhile, is one of the most important Phoenician settlements with a great number of ruins are visible, specifically the necropolis with the Tophet and the Whitaker Archaeological Museum.
A popular marine attraction in Trapani Province are the Egadi Islands, three pearls wedged into the Mediterranean's blue waters, where nature is still wild, and both beaches and sea are extraordinarily clean.
Favignana, Levanzo and Maréttimo offer unique landscapes, and important archaeological finds on the seabed date back to the Punic and Roman periods.
The volcanic island of Pantelleria is the largest of the islands surrounding Sicily, and is famous for its landscapes of contrasting black lavic stone and green vegetation.
Another important city is Marsala, famous for its wine and for being the site where Garibaldi landed; it also boasts excellent archaeological remains from the Carthaginian and Roman epochs - now exhibited in the Baglio Anselmi Archaeological Museum.
The Arazzi Museum preserves a spectacular collection of Flemish tapestries from the 16th Century.
Other typical towns worth visiting are Mazara del Vallo and Castelvetrano
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