Must See : Aldo was a wonderful, knowledgeable private tour guide based in Trapani. He was very personable with a great sense of humor. We felt like we had made a new friend. It was a relaxing day, although we saw much. Highly recommended.
Photographer's Paradise: Riserva Naturale Orientata dello Zingaro is a stunning water reserve that is as beautiful as they come. The beaches are the main attraction, but it does hold a few little museum. If you do come be sure to take long walks on the beach, and bring a camera.
History: Basilica-sanctuary of Maria Santissima Annunziata is a stunning piece of architecture. The insides have 16 stunning columns and silver stuccoes, and a rosette also greats whoever enter. The outsides are as magnificent as the inside. The tower is also wonderful
Beautiful tapestries : Museo degli Arazzi Epoca Fiamminga is a truly rich museum.The eight tapestries are really stunning.The workmanship, the exotic look and colors were truly magnificent. I was surprised at how beautifully the tapestries had been preserved. All in all a truly magnificent experience.
Spirituality personified.: A visit to Marinella di Selinute is more akin to therapy. Walking on the sandy beaches or on the street beneath star lights can be a very spiritual experience. The town is a perfect blend of nature, history with just the right amount of humanity sprinkled on top.
Simply Amazing : A stunning museum in such a beautiful environment, the ex-convent of the Carmelites, placed side by side to the Santuario dell'Annunziata (Sanctuary of our Lady of Annunciation) known also as Madonna di Trapani. Rich museum. in particular, you should take a look at the art works made in coral by local artisans
Photographer's Paradise: Cave di Cusa is a stone quarry in a wide field. It is a peaceful place, and provided us with a very tranquil experience. A literal photographer's paradise, be sure to bring our camera with you. Otherwise you will be kicking yourself.