The Trapani coastline is one of the most impressive in Italy and comprises valuable nature spots, particularly the Gulf of Castellamare. Its seafront features diverse cliffs 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. The area also features protected areas such as the Zingaro Natural Reserve, which stretches along the coast, including reefs, inlets and marine cliffs which drop to the clear waters below, covered by thick Mediterranean scrub. The breathtaking landscape nearby is also protected by the Trapani and Paceco Saline Natural Reserve.
Trapani Province is particularly renowned for its extraordinary cultural heritage, from the archaeological area of Segesta, located in the coastal hinterland, to Selinunte, Erice and the Island of Mothia. The City of Trapani itself boasts its historic center and has a unique and fascinating collection of splendid monuments dating through the centuries and is always sure to bring new surprises for its visitors.