Poised between land and sea, western Sicily speaks Arabic and looks to Africa, producing one incredible surprise after another.
From up high, Erice dominates the expanses of wheat fields and vineyards that extend towards the sea, all the way to Trapani, set on a west-facing crescent-shaped bay that is the perfect place to watch truly magical sunsets. The Greeks, Romans and Carthaginians realized this early on, settling in an area that now tells the story of a distant past through the ruins in Segesta and Selinunte. The home of integration and hospitality, expressed in an unparalleled food and wine tradition ranging from couscous to Marsala.
A wonderful natural landscape formed by long white beaches in San Vito lo Capo and the plunging rocks of the Aegadian Islands lapped by crystal-clear waters. A real paradise for lovers of the great outdoors, offering sailing, diving, boat trips, hiking, horse riding and cycling. Visitors will be enchanted by the coral from Trapani, the pottery from Erice and the salt and sun of Paceco.
Discover the age-old history of Segesta and Selinunte
Immerse yourself in the heavenly Riserva dello Zingaro nature reserve
Stroll among the artworks in Gibellina
Watch the sunset from the salt flats in Trapani and Paceco
Swim among the stacks in Scopello
Dive into the sparkling waters of the Aegadian Islands
Enjoy a glass of Marsala in its birthplace
Buy pottery in Erice
Go kitesurfing on the island of Mozia
Have fun all night: the hottest clubs are in Lido Valderice, San Vito Lo Capo and Marsala