A central location is just steps from the renovated old town, where the history of centuries of domination, including Arabic, Angevin and Spanish, mingles with the new structures of the PORT specially renovated to host the America's Cup and a few km innovative AIRPORT Birgi-DRILLS (well connected with Europe thanks to the flights of the airline Ryanair). The apartment has very close a pharmacy, a supermarket, a cinema, a tobacconist and a bar and a restaurant-pub.
In Trapani we recommend a visit to the Regional Museum Pepoli Augustine (only open in the mornings until 13. 30) with its incomparable display of delicate coral and silver works. Adjacent to the Museum, the Shrine of the Annunciation, where you can admire the marble statue of the revered Madonna of Trapani (fourteenth century).
The old town of Trapani tightens on a narrow crescent of land jutting into the sea on the extreme tip of which is the Tower of Ligny where you can admire the scenery exquisitely small fishing boats dock with the large crew, the old hospital fortified with the Castle in front of the Dovecote. Going up the central Corso Vittorio Emanuele until the Senatorial Palace (late sixteenth century), you can admire the Church of the College (the late fifteenth century) and the Cathedral dedicated to St Lorenzo, the fourteenth century and which houses a Crucifixion attributed to the Flemish painter Van Dyck.
To the left of the Senatorial Palace Torrearsa the way that leads to pretty round fish market embedded in the old ramparts of the city walls in 1500, on the right is reached along a few meters, piazza S. Augustine where the fountain of Saturn shows the place where in 1300 was laid before the public fountain at the behest of the family of Tagliavia, lords of the city. In the same square as the eponymous church with its magnificent rose window that bears the symbols of the Christian faith, Jewish and Muslim. Not far away is the Church of Purgatory which houses the famous Mysteries, twenty groups of statues, made in the seventeenth / eighteenth century that recall the stations of the Passion of Jesus. Continuing along the Via S. Pietro, we go to the ancient Library Fardelliana, the Church of St. Maria Jesus (whose interior houses a polychrome terracotta by Andrea Della Robbia, surmounted by a canopy of marble Gagini), until you reach the imposing bulk of the Church
Chapel was founded by Roger I. in 1076 and later expanded to the current building with five naves; inside a monumental organ of 1753. Trapani is also advisable to visit the remains of the Jewish quarter and the Palazzo della Giudecca, the Gardens of the Villa Margherita, not far from the Post Office made a fine art nouveau. Leaving the city, along the Provincial Road # 21, they cross the salt flats that stretch as far as Trapani to Marsala. A complex system of water basins in which the sun and wind favor the evaporation of water until you get the precious crystals of sea salt. The windmills are a unique for their dual function of grinding of the salt or of lifting water from a basin to another. Along the way, a few kilometers from Trapani, you can reach the Natural Reserve of Saline of Trapani and Paceco with the Salt Museum in Nubia.