Our tour is keeping on the west coast of Sicily. We’d like to introduce you another precious province.
Trapani is a city in western Sicily with a crescent coast. On the western tip, overlooking the Egadi Islands, is located the Torre di Ligny watchtower, dating back to the 17th century, which houses the Museum of Prehistory and Marine Archaeology.
North of the port, the Church of Purgatory preserves wooden sculptures that parade through the city during the Procession of the Mysteries at Easter.
It is not necessary to use a car to visit the historic center of Trapani. It is not a huge city and can be easily visited on foot.
There are no famous or particularly interesting buildings here, but a short walk through its narrow alleyways will be a really enjoyable experience. The oldest streets are Via Garibaldi, Corso Italia and Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
Enjoy your strolls!