A charming fishers village that once practiced “Mattanza” (Tuna fishing). The breathtaking scenery of its tuna fishery and its stacks

Castellammare del Golfo

A charming little town built on the slopes of Mount Inici, with a pretty fishing port, a medieval castle and a long White sandy beach


Alcamo is a town on the Northwest coast of Sicily. Famous for its white wines and numerous churches in Baroque style


Situated on the slopes of Mount Rose between the rivers Mazzaro and Grande, Salemi is situated on the site of the ancient city of Elima Halyciae


Erice: Perched at 751 m high on the homonymous mount, this old Phoenician and Greek town is linked to the myth of the tenth work of Hercules. It is also known for the temple that the Phoenicians dedicated to Astarte, the Greek Aphrodite and the Roman Venus. Sanctuary of international tourism where time has stopped, with its cobbled streets where an ancient mythology echoes, Mount Erice has always been devoted […]

San Vito lo Capo

San Vito is a beautiful seaside resort situated in the middle of a bay on the western coast of the Gulf of Castellammare del Golfo


Capital of the province of Trapani, this town boasts many palaces and Baroque churches and is famous for its salt works and tuna fishing


Famous for its wine and for the landing of the Garibaldi’s Thousands, It was called Lilibeo during the Carthaginian domination

Mazara del Vallo

Mazara del Vallo on the southwest cape of Sicily was an Arab, Norman and finally Spanish town where each of these civilizations left its mark.


Capital of Sicily, Palermo is one of the most beautiful Italian cities of art with its monuments, museums, churches and multi-ethnic traditions


Monreale boasts one of the world’s most stunning architectural treasures: The Duomo in Monreale.


In Cefalu, you will find sandy beaches, culture, history, a beautiful cathedral and many restaurants serving the freshest seafood