HOLIDAY

FORETASTE OUR SICILIAN AFTERTASTE AND PLAN YOUR JOURNEY

THE PERFECT SPOT

TRAPANI & SORROUNDINGS

Trapani’s province offers a wide range of atmospheres and experiences. For the sun and sea lovers Zingaro Reserve and Faraglioni di Scopello are a must see, both of them between San Vito Lo Capo, with its white beach and Castellammare del Golfo, which is the town that hosts the festival.

Egadi islands named Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo would deserve a dedicated holiday to discover their fascinating nature. However, if you are around, a day off to the archipelago is well worth even only for a swim through its crystal clear water.


Trapani has a Baroque city centre full of ancient churches ideal for shopping or food tasting. It’s also known, together with Motya, for the incredible sunset over the salt pans, which reflects the sunshine creating spectacular colours.

an aereal view of Castellammare del Golfo
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A WELL KNOWN TRADITION

SICILIAN FOOD

It's no surprise that sicilian food is a delicacy everyone should taste at least once in their lifetime, but the more, the better!
Traditional food will make your holiday a true experience. Fresh fish is the king ingredient of most of the receipts but pasta, cous cous and ricotta cheese dessert will last long in your senses.

A MILLENARY HISTORY

SICILIAN CULTURE

What on earth is more enriching than pairing breathtaking cultural testimonies to soulful music and heart-warming food?
Art and culture are not less present than nature in western Sicily: greek temples can be admired in Segesta, Selinunte and Agrigento and a medieval town, also known as the city of the Science, stands on the top of a mountain which dominate Trapani, Erice Mount.

picture of the greek temple of segesta

How to get to the festival?

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IF YOU ARE COMING

BY CAR OR BIKE

From Palermo airport: Highway Palermo-Mazara del Vallo (A29) exit Castellammare del Golfo

From Trapani airport: Highway Trapani – Palermo (A29) exit Castellammare del Golfo

IF YOU ARE COMING

BY BUS

There’s a direct bus from Palermo airport to the festival’s city Castellammare.
Visit Autoservizi Russo for timetable and fares

For those arriving at Trapani airport, take a bus to Trapani’s port, then a second bus to Castellammare del Golfo. You can find the information you need at AST - Azienda Siciliana Trasporti.

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IF YOU ARE COMING

BY TRAIN

Take a train from the Palermo airport to Palermo’s central train station. Then take a second train to Trapani and stop by Castellammare del Golfo

tickets and timetabiles may be found on Trenitalia

STAY COMFORTABLE, WE WILL HELP YOU FIND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR

ACCOMODATION

Castellammare del Golfo offers a rich variety of accomodation options. Whatever you are looking for, you will find it.

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