Apartment ONE – 2 x Bedroom Apartment to Sleep Four/Five Central Trapani
Spacious apartment, one large double-bedroom/living-room with a king-size bed, and a spacious double bedroom with two single beds.
Apartment TWO – 2 x Bedroom Apartment to Sleep Six/Seven Central Trapani
Spacious apartment, one very large bedroom with king-sized bed, fitted wardrobes and a spacious triple bedroom with 3 x single beds, fitted wardrobes and small balcony.
These apartments are on the first floor in an elegant hundred year old building, with 5 m (17ft) high ceilings, new furniture, air conditioning, balconies, fully equipped kitchens with marble work tops, spacious lobbies. Both apartments have TV, DVD, stereo, internet connection and a desk top computer.
These apartments are in excellent condition and have been restored to highest of standards. Only ten minutes walk to the sea, beaches, bars and restaurants.
Fantastic location for airport transfers and the stunning islands of the Egadi archipelago.
1 Double bedroom attic apartment with large sun terrace also available. – Ideal for 2 people.
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Trapani (Sicilian: Tràpani) is a city on the west coast of Sicily in Italy. It is the capital of the Province of Trapani. Founded by Elymians, the city is still an important fishing port and the main gateway to the nearby Egadi Islands.
Trapani is a very good attractions for tourists for many reasons, there is a beautiful coast ideal for many seaside activities, there are archaeological sites of international interest, there are beautiful landscapes and naturals reserves to visit for sea divers or for hikers.
Much of the old town of Trapani dates from the later medieval or early modern periods; there are no extant remains of the ancient city. Many of the city's historic buildings are designed in the Baroque style.
The city is renowned for its Easter procession, The Misteri, when the town's guilds carry groups of sculpted 17th century and 18th century religious statues through the streets in a procession lasting for 16 hours on Good Friday and Holy Saturday.