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The province of Trapani is one of the most suggestive of Sicily, full of nature resources and landscape of rare beauty, historical - monumental assets and traces of ancient civilisations going back a long way in time.

Baglio Donna Santa agritourism is situated in an ideal position to easily reach the main tourist- cultural attractions of the province of Trapani: Erice, Segesta, Selinunte, Mozia, Egadi Islands, San Vito Lo Capo, Marsala, Salt Pans of Trapani etc.
We are in Dattilo, a small village near Paceco, in 84, Via Antonino Scuderi - Postcode 91010.
The GPS coordinates are: 37.9705, 12.6361

 

The structure is easily reachable and is situated:
 
Trapani (10 Km.)
in the main town of the province it is possible to walk along the streets of the historic centre whilst eating a delicious lemon water ice.
Segesta (7 Km.)
Famous for the ancient Greek ruins and the thermal waters.
 
 
Selinunte (50 Km.)
With its archaeological park, it is a cultural must-see within any trip.
Mozia (15 Km.)
Inside the Nature Reserve of the Stagnone islands, this small island conserves the ruins of a Phoenician stronghold.
 
 
Erice (12 Km.)
Medieval town, rich in historical remains and traditional food.
San Vito Lo Capo (35 Km.)
Seaside locality with an extremely white beach. The fauna reserve of the Zingaro is worth visiting.
 
 
Marsala (30 Km.)
City of wine, it conserves precious Phoenician and Punic finds in its museums.
Egadi Islands (13 Km.)
Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo. For those who love uncontaminated sea.
 
 
Scopello (30 Km.)
Seventeenth century village right over the sea. Its stacks are not to be missed.
Salt Pans of Trapani
(15 Km.)
Inside the reserve, it is possible to see flamingos, cranes and storks live in harmony with the surrounding area.

 


1 Km. from motorway

13 Km. from port

15 Km. from airport

 

 

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