Filled with windmills and blessed with awe-inspiring sunsets, Trapani is the perfect mix of ancient and modern Sicily. Streets are accentuated with Romanesque-Gothic style facades and churches, like the Church of St. Augustine with its colorful rose window. Visit the Palazzo della Giudecca in the jewish quarter, the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the Salt Museum and the Regional Museum of Agostino Pepoli where you’ll find Titian and Giacomo Balla. Discover the archeological sites of Selinunte and Segesta. Taste the essence of this city by trying the Trapani pesto sauce, tuna, and an endless variety of luscious desserts. Don’t forget this area produces a vast assortment of wines such as the Pantelleria Moscato and Marsala.

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