There are numerous nature reserves, which invite you to listen to the silence to discover the most intimate essence of this land: from Monte Cofano to Pantelleria, from the Stagnone of Marsala to the Zingaro, from Alcamo Wood to the Santa Ninfa Cave.
Unique places of untouched nature, flanked by the historical beauty of the territory, a treasure chest of some of the most beautiful archaeological sites on the island. The province of Trapani was inhabited from ancient times by Elymians, Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans. Its position in the Mediterranean, the mild climate and the generous nature made this territory a perfect place for their settlements.
For this reason, today it is possible to visit their traces. We only need to mention the Sesi in Pantelleria, Segesta and Erice built by the Elymians. Also the splendid Mothia, a vast archaeological area where you can admire the remains of the ancient and flourishing Phoenician civilization that flourished there. And in Marsala the evidence of the presence of the Romans and their struggle with the Carthaginians can be seen. We are in the presence of a land of many riches, of which the landscape and the terrain, dedicated to the cultivation of the vine are shining examples.