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  • Trapani center near the beach

    Trapani center near the beach

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    Room facilities:Bathroom, Desk, Full Kitchen, Hairdryer, Ironing Facilities, Kitchen, Oven, Television, Towels

    Trapani center near the beach

    Via orfeo 12, Trapani

    Trapani center apartment near the beach This modern and comfortable apartment is located in the hear

    Bed size:Large Bed + 1 double sofabed

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Booking Trapani Apartments Holidays 4 Sleeps

This modern and comfortable apartment is aivalable for Booking,  located in the heart of Trapani old town and offers access to the beach at walking distance. Booking Trapani Apartments Holidays is full quipped: kitchenette with oven, 2 sofa-beds and tv with satellite, a double bedroom, a bathroom with shower (and washing machine).

The apartment is located on the 5th level of a modeern building (with lift)

so it is quiet and fresh in summer.
The apartment can accommodate up to 4 people; a comfortable alternative for couples and families who want to visit this superb part of Sicily.
Internet wi-fi is available in the apartment, as well as air condition and independent heating. Baby bed and other amenities are available on request. Parking is possible in the surroundings.
Trapani
The apartment is located next to the pedestrian area of the historical centre of Trapani, that with its scythe shape faces the delightful Egadi islands. In the zone you can find many typical bistros and coffee bars where to taste the local culinary specialities and wines.

At walking distance there are the beaches and the Port, from where many international sailing competitions start and from where to take a hydrofoil or a ferry to reach the near islands. You can reach the Lidos on the sandy beach on the northern shore within easy walking distance of the centre.
Also right in the heart of the town centre, there is the beautiful small rocky beach of Torre di Ligny, for snorkelling and swimming.
Trapani is the sailors town, during the whole year many international sailing competitions are set in this zone, Note that the town’s name is pronounced with the stress on the first syllable: Tràpani.

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Cancellation / Prepayment

The deposit must be arranged directly with the Guest after booking is completed.
Refundable deposit: €100

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City tax: Not added

Children and extra beds

At request we have available 1 extra bed for children (0-2 yrs)

Pets

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Accepted credit cards

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Check-in time

From 11:00 to 21:00

Check-out time

From 07:00 to 10:00 AM

Facilities

  • Bathroom
  • Fresh linen and towels
  • Full Kitchen
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Kettle / water-boiler
  • Kitchen
  • Living & Seating Area
  • Oven
  • Shower
  • Television
  • Toilet
  • Towels

Activities

Golf: Area activities
- 100 m from the bus stop; -
- 1 Km from private and public beaches; - 500 m from the train Station;
- 1 Km from the 'Lega Navale' Marina; -
- 1 Km from tennis court; - - 10 Km from a horse riding-school; - 75 Km from Palermo's Airport;
Local festivals and attractions:
The procession Easter of the 'Misteri' is the town's most famous procession. On Good Friday to Saturday twenty wooden statues, known as the Misteri, are carried through the streets by robed citizens.
Trapani's biggest events include the Operas and concerts held during summer months in the leafy park of Villa Margherita. More processions take place on 7th August, the feast day of the town's patron saint, Sant’Alberto, and on 16th August when a firework display celebrates the Feast of Madonna of Trapani.

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Trapani

Trapani

Trapani Best Destination To Travel

Trapani is a superb place for your wonderful holidays, Wheater is blessed by God.

Situated between the sea and Mount Erice, the ancient Drepanon on the west-coast of Sicily, was the site of a crushing Roman defeat by the Carthaginians, in 249 BC. Erice (Eryx).

Today Trapani is a modern medetirranean fascinating city, a perfect best destination to travel for a perfect holiday or a beach vacation rental and ideal to explore the most beautiful nearby destinations as:

The marvelous Egadi Islands The medieval atmosphere of Erice The ancient Hellenistic Segesta The wild and beautiful Zingaro nature reserve

Trapani Best Destination To Travel

Trapani Apartments run self catering accommodations, villas  or apartments to rent Ideal for 2/4 people or up to 8 people

Apartments  have been refurbished in 2013 with the addition of a new bathroom, kitchen, heating and air-conditioning.

This 4 sleeps apartment is extremely convenient: located Old Town Trapani and yet within walking distance from the beach. The apartment is situated in a very central and quiet position, in the center of the old Trapani town, close to the Trapani port and the Terminal to Egadi Island. Waterfront Located

Set on the western most tip of Sicily, Trapani has both a commercial port and an airport.

Trapani can be reached also through both Palermo port and international airport, which is connected to several European capitals.

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Sports & nature

Sports & natureTrapani Best Destination To Travel The impressive stretch of coast from Trapani to Marsala follows the so-called "salt routes": roads flanked by salt-works and dazzling white salt piles in the distance. Today the salt marshes are part of a nature reserve inhabited by hundreds of herons, cranes, flamingos and storks. Once in Marsala, the town whose name is inextricably linked to Garibaldi's famous landing, the power of its heritage is hard to resist: churches, caves, shrines, statues, ancient vases, and the remains of ancient ships and necropolises, all of which testify to a legendary land and a glorious past, a pearl in the heart of the Mediterranean, known throughout the world for its sweet Marsala wine. Sicily Kite School The oldest kite school near Lo Stagnone lagoon. The best place for kiting in Sicily, between Trapani and Erice, in few minutes from Marsala and Trapani airport -Birgi, in front of Mozia and Egadi islands.

Nightlife info

Trapani nightlife Trapani has several good bars and restaurants and a vibrant nightlife that is spread all over town. In the center there are several bars with dj’s and people like to stay and drink at the streets. The young generation is fond of cocktails. The best places to be in the center are at Via Garibaldi, via Torrearsa and Corso Vittorio Emanuelle. There are also some late night clubs such as Bar 8.5. In general the bars in the center stay open up to three o clock at night.
All About What to see in Trapani
The city of salt and wind mills, Trapani is located in the northwestern part of Sicily, and for several reasons is expanding in its tourism, thanks to among other things, to its numerous international connections due to the nearby airport of Birgi. An ancient city and one of the most important, many times, over the centuries, in the fate of Sicily, Trapani boasts its old town, great religious events, its proximity to important cultural sites, and beautiful seaside resorts; and not to mention for those with a sweet tooth, its cuisine of prelibatissima.

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoMost famous in recent times for having hosted the 8th and 9th Acts of the Louis Vuitton Cup, part of the Americas Cup, Trapani boasts a long history which, according to myth and legend, all began when something fell off the back of a lorry! That, of course is not quite true, but it does appear that a giant scythe fell off the back of Demeter’s chariot as she roamed around Sicily in search of Persephone. The scythe formed a tongue of land on which “Drepanon” (scythe in ancient Greek) was built. While it would be lovely to believe such stories, the rather more mundane reality is that Trapani was founded by the Elymians, who used it as an agricultural centre for their hill-top fortress town of Eryx (modern-day Erice). When the Phoenicians took over, Trapani was turned into an important port. During the First Punic War the very same Phoenicians scored a famous victory over the Romans there in a famous naval battle. The port and the coast were soon to become even more important as tuna fishing and salt production became the principle activities of Trapani and its surrounding areas. Tuna fishing plants soon sprung up all over the area and many of these evocative, generally crumbling structures can still be seen in San Giuliano, San Cusumano, Isola di Formica, Favignana, Bonagia, San Vito Lo Capo and Scopello. The mattanza (culling) of tuna still takes place off the Egadi Islands and has become something of a tourist event for those brave enough to witness a literally wine-dark sea. The excellent quality of the salt produced in the salt pans was internationally renowned and was exported, amongst other places, to Norway where it was used to cure cod. Today, Trapani’s old town centre, much of which has recently been restored, is well worth a visit and is an essential point of departure for the magnificent Egadi Islands, just a few miles off its coast. Nearby is the perfect beach of San Vito Lo Capo, the wine town of Marsala with its impressively restored old town centre and the Temple and Amphitheatre at Segesta. With its newly opened international airport and direct to Dublin, Paris, London Luton, Brussels, Frankfurt and Barcelona (amongst others), Trapani is now well and truly on the tourist map!

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