Lesser known destinations in Italy: spectacular places in Sicily, Tuscany and on the Amalfi Coast for your 2023 summer holidays.
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Spring is coming, bringing that scent of vacation, sea and relaxation: Why don’t you savor the arrival of the warm season with a relaxing luxury stay under the Sicilian sun?
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The end of the summer doesn’t mean necessarily the end of the holidays: the autumn’s atmosphere, full of hot colors - such as yellow and orange - is so magical that giving up living it is an enormous mistake!
In Trapani and its surroundings, you can see and visit fascinating places such as San Vito Lo Capo, Erice, the Egadi archipelago, Mozia, Segesta, Marsala, Custonaci and Mazara del Vallo, but in fact the list could go on and on because the area around the city is undoubtedly among the most evocative ones of Sicily.
Capo Gallo Nature Reserve is a regional nature reserve located in Sicily and established on 21st June 2001. It comprises an area of 586 hectares and the massif of Monte Gallo mainly composes it. Said massif is a huge conglomeration of carbonate, formed in prehistoric times, culminating with the promontory called Capo Gallo. Monte Gallo is classifiable as a karst mountain, characterized by several superficial and endogenic erosive features, and just as many cavities.
The Natural Reserve of Monte Cofano, situated in the municipality of Custonaci (TP), is a protected natural area located on a promontory overlooking the sea, between the gulfs of Bonagia and Cofano. It’s an ideal place for hiking or mountain biking: you can reach the top of the mountain, which is about 659 meters high, and admire an unforgettable 360-degree panorama of the surrounding landscape.
The famous Salt Museum of Trapani is located in the middle of the Saline Nature Reserve of Trapani. It is a private business, run by the Culcasi family, situated along the route known as the Salt Road, a tourist and cultural project created with the intent of enhancing the coastal area of West Sicily, with its particular moist environment, salt pits and mills.
Salaparuta is an Italian town in the province of Trapani, in Sicily. It is located in the valley of the Belice river, standing on a hill 385 meters above the sea level. Said town is of Arabic origin, once called Menzil Salh (The lady’s farmhouse). In the Fifteenth century it became a fief of the Paruta family, who then proceeded to re-establish the area standing at the foot of the Medieval Castle.