A gorgeous coastal settlement right at the edge of north western Sicily, Trapani is the perfect place if you long for a refreshing break in the Mediterranean sun. Surrounded by sparkling blue waters, the town of Trapani is not only a gorgeous coastal destination to explore as a family but also a wonderful area full of stunning beaches and magnificent architecture that is testament to its glorious ancient past. The town is surrounded by incredible hiking trails ideal for picnics that are simply begging to be discovered such as Monte Cofano, as well as some impressive marine wildlife that can be explored by boat. A small maritime community, Trapani is very family friendly and the local people will be delighted to welcome you to their spectacular home.
Renting holiday accommodation in Trapani
Travellers who want to escape the bustling crowds of Sicily will find that a holiday rental in Trapani is the more convenient option to enjoy the best that the island has to offer away from the noisy crowds found in hotels. With a wide choice of modern apartments with sea views or quiet inland holiday villas, HouseTrip offers a cheaper and exciting alternative to book your family break. Renting self-catered accommodation is the best way to interact with the friendly local community and discover the many hidden gems to be found in Trapani.
Where to stay in Trapani
If you want to wake up every morning to the sound of rolling waves your best bet is to rent a holiday apartment with views to the Mediterranean Sea. Do you feel like indulging in some rural tourism instead? In that case head towards the hills where you will find many fabulous holiday villas where you can enjoy your own private garden after a long day out and about on the island for the price of a hotel room. If you prefer a more original option, why not stay in your very own sailboat where you can enjoy a prime location over the marina? A holiday rental is perfect if you are seeking to experience an authentic holiday where you can chat to the friendly locals and discover their best tips to explore the best that Trapani has to offer whilst staying away from the bustling crowds. Only they can tell you where to find the best trattorias to sample some mouth-watering delicacies or perhaps share some of the delicious local recipes, such as pesto alla Trapanese that you can recreate in your very own kitchen with fresh produce bought at the market.
Trapani with the family
Children will love to explore the wonderfully well-preserved baroque town centre, a labyrinth of hidden alleys amongst ochre buildings, imposing architecture and sunny cloisters where they can play. If you prefer to enjoy the sun then head towards the marina for an invigorating lunch at one of the many cafes where you can indulge in some people-watching. In the afternoon, take a cable car to the top of Monte Erice, home to a medieval castle that will delight the youngsters where you can see the shores of North Africa on a clear day. Are you ready to revel in an unforgettable family holiday in Trapani? Enjoying the luxury of your own holiday rental for a fraction of the cost of a hotel room will make your well-deserved trip even more perfect.