Hotels to remember: Trapani

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Trapani: introduction

Trapani Hotel

Trapani is the most Westerly Sicilian City. Originally constructed by the Sicani, the town was called "Drepanon" by the Greeks. Not surprisingly, its strategic position has meant that Trapani has always been a port of great commercial importance, as well as being a successful fishing town.

Its cultural significance is represented in buildings such as the Sanctuary of the Annunziata, the Cathedral of St Lorenzo, the Church of St Maria del Gesù, the Church of Purgatory, the Grande Palazzo, Palazzo Riccio di St Gioacchino, Palazzo Cavaretta, Palazzo delle Giudecca, Colombaia Castle, Terra Castle, the Ligny Tower and Prehistoric Museum, Pepoli Museum, and the Salt Museum.

Not to be missed: the Via del Sale with its characteristic salt works. The most important cultural, religious and popular events held in the town is the Good Friday Procession which represents the various stages of the Passion and the death of Christ.

Trapani: suggestions from the hotels

Emerico Amari


Baglio Villa Sicilia

Small Boutique Hotels

Emerico Amari

Selinunte: a unique landscape suspended between the intense blue of the Mediterranean sea and sky. A land dotted with number of treasures, some of which are so well hidden that only the most fortunate of visitors will be able to find them (Baglio Villa Sicilia) →



Club Levante

Seaside Residences


clublevante is the first resort created on the island overlooking the sea and located in the most spectacular & characteristic bay of pantelleria (Club Levante) →

federico montalto


Baglio Spanò

Bed & Breakfast

federico montalto

Ideal stopover to visit all the sites of archaeological and landscape of the province of Trapani. Visit of the cellars where wine is produced Marsala. Charter or scheduled ferries to the Egadi Islands. The kitchen area ......... (Baglio Spanò) →

Trapani: places to see in the area