'Egadistar' Holiday Flats are new, welcoming apartments with a comfortable atmosphere that make the Guest really feel at home; they represent the ideal choice for a relaxing stay, down town and near the beach.
A cheap house vacation rental direct by owner in Trapani allow you to immerse yourself in the excitement and charm of the western-sicily. A excellent place to spend your romantic holiday.
The apartment is located in the historical centre of Trapani; next to the pedestrian area, just a few steps away from the shop windows of the most prestigious boutiques, and in the close to the boarding quay to the Egadi Islands and railway station. Nearby the sandy beach offer both free access and facilities (lidos).
The apartment is about 700 Square Feet, fully furnished, ideal for short term rental. The apartment is a modern one bedroom, one bathroom one living room. A self catering accommodation that sleeps up to 4.
What to see in Trapani: Trapani was a Phonetician trading port, ideally placed for commerce with Africa, Naples and the western Mediterranean. The medieval phase of the town's past which is most evident in the old town. After the Second World War, much of the town was rebuilt in a more modern style. But the old town, extending westwards with sea on either side, is still worth a visit. Old palaces, some crumbling and some grand, cluster around the central Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Corso Garibaldi, Torre del Ligny, a 17th-century Spanish tower that now hosts a Prehistoric Museum. A stroll around the largely-pedestrianised old town gives travellers a chance to admire the offshore fortress called the Torre della Colombaia. There are several interesting churches in Trapani including the town's restored cathedral 'San Lorenzo' which dates to the fourteenth century. The Chiesa del Purgatorio is the home of the sculptures carried through Trapani during the town's famous Easter procession. Regional Museum Pepoli..
The Sicily region: Sicily, the largest of the Mediterranean Islands, comprises a number of satellite minor archipelagos; along its triangular perimeter is an endless number of splendid sea resorts and spots, some of which, renowned across the world. Along a roughly 1,000 km-long coastline combine tremendous and varied sea landscapes and colours, archaeological and historical sites, a precious geographical diversity, unspoilt sea-beds, all of what have contributed to make Sicily a cradle of tourism. Most of the resorts are today well-provided with accommodation and tourism facilities. From a tourist point of view, Trapani is certainly one of the richest & better endowed provinces in Sicily. Along its coastline are numerous well-known summer attractions. Bathed by two seas, it boasts both sea and historical wonders with remnants from past ages and domination. Tourism – along with the salt industry – is today a major resource also thanks to the many accommodation and entertainment facilities grown across.
Food, shopping and much more...: In the centre you can find many typical bistros and coffee bars where to taste the local culinary specialities ( such as the famous cous cous with fish and the spaghetti with “Pesto Trapanese”, or “pasta with sea urchin eggs”. Typical desserts with “ricotta” or the typical “Granita” are not to miss– the most famous is the one with mulberries from the famous “Colicchia’s bar”). You can find also many places where to taste local wines o simply listen good music. The surrounding area is also ideal for shopping. Typical are the “Corallari” shops which offer a wide choice of coral jewellery and items. Coral was caught up to the last century in the sea of Trapani.
A bus trip into the modern part of town will take you to two more of Trapani's tourist attractions, the Santuario dell'Annunziata and the adjacent Museo Regionale Pepoli.The town's tourist information office, where you can find information and advice on these and other sights, is located in the old town near the port.
|Space offered||Entire place|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine