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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.
The calendar is rich in local events, and highlights the famous Holy Friday Procession in Trapani, the Feast of the Holy Crucifix in Calatafimi (May), and the Feast of Sant’Alberto in Trapani (August).
Among the celebrations dedicated to gastronomic specialties and typical products, food and wine week reigns in San Vito Lo Capo (August), as does the Mediterranean Wine Fair in Marsala (May and September).
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.
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.
This enchanting land is composed of marvelous coasts that alternate with steep cliffs and endless beaches.Other typical towns worth visiting are Mazara del Vallo and Castelvetrano.Trapani's coast - by turns flat and sandy or high and rugged - and the islands of the Province (Pantelleria and the Egadi Islands) offer fun opportunities to spend a relaxing vacation by the sea, and even practice every water sport imaginable.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.