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Country of Trapani



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The Province of Trapani is an alternation of mountains (Mount Sparagio 1,100 mt, 1,000 mt Monte Inici, Mount Bonifato 825 mt, 751 mt Monte Erice) and large flat areas (Val di Mazara) along the beautiful coast, fronted by West Egadi Archipelago, south of the distant island of Pantelleria, very close to the African continent.

The region has numerous but short courses of the water.
`The economy is based largely on` for agriculture, particularly on wine production (many of the wines, like those of Marsala Pantelleria and Alcamo, are famous throughout the world), fishing and fish trade, which have as their core Mazara del Vallo, but also on various industries (processing of agricultural products and fish conservation, building materials, shipbuilding, wood, paper, etc. ...). Its major ports, Trapani is now used mainly to call for the Egadi, Pantelleria, Tunisia, Cagliari, Livorno, and in summer for the island of Ustica and Naples.

In addition to capital, other important towns of the province are: Marsala, known especially for its wine tradition, Mazara del Vallo for maritime activity, being home to the most numerous Italian fishing fleet.
Castellammare del Golfo, Erice (Science City) and Calatafimi Segesta to recall historical tourism (Western Roman Empire, the decisive battle between Garibaldi`s troops Bourbon), natural beauty, the tourist attraction there is also heavily pursued by numerous places of interest Archaeological including:
Selinunte (Castelvetrano), Segesta Calatafimi Mothia and do not forget the island with the cave of Levanzo Genovese (the most important prehistoric discovery of the island), it has walls adorned with graffiti and paintings, depicting animals and men, Palaeolithic and the Neolithic.

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Tourist Resorts in the province of Trapani

  1. Segesta

  2. Selinunte




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Mulino a vento a Trapani
Mulino a vento a Trapani
Tramonto sulle saline di Trapani
Tramonto sulle saline di Trapani
Saline di Trapani
Saline di Trapani
Saline di Marsala
Saline di Marsala
Mozia
Mozia
San Vito lo Capo
San Vito lo Capo
Il tempio di Segesta
Il tempio di Segesta
Il tempio di Selinunte
Il tempio di Selinunte
Area archeologica di Segesta
Area archeologica di Segesta
Area archeologica di Segesta
Area archeologica di Segesta
Area archeologica di Segesta
Area archeologica di Segesta
Tempio C di Selinunte
Tempio C di Selinunte
Tempio di Segesta
Tempio di Segesta
Tamburello siciliano
Tamburello siciliano
Pantelleria, portone di un Dammuso
Pantelleria, portone di un Dammuso
Isola di Capopassero
Isola di Capopassero
Selinunte, fiat 500
Selinunte, fiat 500
Erice, villa abbandonata
Erice, villa abbandonata
Erice, il castello
Erice, il castello
Erice
Erice
Pantelleria, lago di Venere
Pantelleria, lago di Venere
Pantelleria, lago di Venere
Pantelleria, lago di Venere
Panorama dell'isola di Pantelleria
Panorama dell'isola di Pantelleria
Dammusi di Pantelleria
Dammusi di Pantelleria
Dammusi di Pantelleria
Dammusi di Pantelleria
Dammusi di Pantelleria
Dammusi di Pantelleria
Pescatore a Pantelleria
Pescatore a Pantelleria
Pantelleria, tramonto sul mare
Pantelleria, tramonto sul mare
Pantelleria, il castello
Pantelleria, il castello
Pantelleria, il castello
Pantelleria, il castello
Pantelleria, le stanze del Gattopardo
Pantelleria, le stanze del Gattopardo
Pantelleria, coltivazioni
Pantelleria, coltivazioni
Pantelleria, palma
Pantelleria, palma
Pantelleria, il porto
Pantelleria, il porto
Pantelleria, laghetto ondine
Pantelleria, laghetto ondine


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