The two best hotels in the Province of Trapani

Giardino di Costanza Resort 5-star hotel
Giardino di Costanza Resort 5-star hotel

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Via Salemi, Km 7,100, 91026 Mazara del Vallo, Italy .

Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Giardino di Costanza Resort

One of our top picks in Mazara del Vallo.
Featuring a restaurant, terrace and garden with outdoor pool, Hotel Giardino di Costanza is 9 km from Mazara del Vallo beach. Offering free Wi-Fi throughout, it has a wellness centre and tennis court.

With a private bathroom, the air-conditioned rooms come with a flat-screen TV, sofa and minibar. Guests at Giardino di Costanza can enjoy a sweet and savoury breakfast.

It is possible to work out at the fitness room and relax with a sauna or a massage. During the summer months, 1 free parasol, 2 sun loungers and a free beach shuttle service are available.

Trapani Airport is a 50-minute drive away.

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Giardino di Costanza Resort 5-star hotel
Grand Hotel Palace 5-star hotel

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Lungomare Mediterraneo 57, 91025 Marsala, Italy

Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Grand Hotel Palace

One of our top picks in Marsala.
Situated on the seafront in Marsala, New Hotel Palace offers an outdoor swimming pool, a sea-view terrace, and Sicilian cuisine. The Chiesa Madre church is 2.5 km away.

The Palace Hotel features air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom and flat-screen TV. Some rooms overlook the garden and some enjoy full sea views. Breakfast is buffet style.

The elegant restaurant serves a wide range of local and international specialities. The cellar has a selection of local and national wines, and the bar serves drinks and snacks all day.

The hotel is also within easy reach of famous Sicilian archaeological sites, such as Mozia, Segesta and Selinunte. Free outdoor parking is provided, and a garage with direct access to the reception is also available.
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Taormina, most celebrated tourist resort in Sicily

Modern Taormina is a refined centre built on Monte Tauro and sits snugly between rocky slopes and the smooth Ionian Sea, not forgetting the lush beaches of Mazzarò, Lido Spisone and Mazzeo. Taormina can claim to be the most celebrated tourist resort in the whole of Sicily. It first attracted travelers in the 18th century by offering accommodation following the suppression of the religious guilds in 1866. But its name really took off in 1868 when Prussian Baron Ottone Geleng was inspired by Goethe to see this corner of Italy for himself. The Baron spent his time painting and his work was soon exhibited in Paris. Taormina then became a magnet for Europe’s elite. Another stroke of good fortune was an outbreak of cholera in Palermo which encouraged the nobility of the city to take refuge in 1875. The sumptuous villas are a result of this period. Read more>>

Isola Bella in front of Taormina, Sicily

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Trapani, most strategic spot in the west of Sicily

Accommodation in Trapani, Sicily

Trapani is getting more and more attention as a low budget holiday destination and as a starting point for a tour around Sicily. This is mainly because Ryanair offers cheap flights from different parts in Europe. A beautiful historic centre, gateway to the Egadi Islands and having hosted the 8th and 9th acts of the Louis Vuitton Cup, part of the Americas Cup, made Trapani become famous in recent times. The nearby island of Pantelleria, and the Aegadian Islands are also administratively a part of Trapani province. The province of Trapani alone produces more wine than the entire regions of Tuscany or Piedmont or such nations as Hungary, Austria or Chile. Find more about Trapani here>>

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At the foot of Mount Etna – Catania

At the foot of Mount Etna - Catania

Catania is the second largest city of Sicily and is the capital of the province which bears its name. With some 350,000 inhabitants (750,000 in the metropolitan area) it has the second highest population density on the island. The city’s patron saint is Saint Agatha. Catania is located on the east coast of the island, half way between Messina and Siracusa and is at the foot of the active volcano Mount Etna. It was founded in the 8th century BC by Greek colonizers from Chalcis in Euboea led by Euarchos.  It was extensively destroyed by earthquakes in 1169 and 1693 and by lava flows which ran over and around it into the sea. The first Sicilian university was founded there in 1434.

At the foot of Mount Etna - Catania

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Palermo, Capital of Sicily

GdS - Edizione di Palermo

Palermo is the principal city and administrative seat of the autonomous region of Sicily, Italy as well as the capital of the Province of Palermo. Inhabitants of Palermo in Italian are referred to as Palermitani or poetically Panormiti. Palermo was founded in the 8th century BC by Phoenician tradesmen around a natural harbor on the north-western coast of Sicily. The Phoenician name for the city may have been Zîz, but Greeks called it Panormus, meaning all-port, because of its fine natural harbor. It should be noted however that the city was never a Greek city-state, but was later part of the Greek speaking Eastern Roman Empire. Palermo is widely considered to be the most conquered city in the world. read more>>

Giornale di Sicilia

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