Trapani is a city with an environmental and cultural heritage of great value. It is located in a flat area that stretches close to the sea. Ends with two strikers occupied respectively by the Ligny Tower, built in 1671 and from which you can enjoy a lovely panoramic city and the Egadi Islands, and a hospital, today houses the local branch of the Italian Naval League.
Nearby, in the midst of the sea, the Dovecote, or "Sea Castle" one of the symbols of the city. There are several local specialties, such as wine, capers, garlic, oranges, oil, and the cuisine is incomparable and unusual, with his magical flavor. Among the most famous dishes Cous cous with fish. It also admirable are the noble traditions that continue to be handed down through the centuries, examples are religious festivals, the local crafts of the coral and ceramics.