HISTORY AND CULTURE
At the same time, you can take advantage of the hotel’s privileged location for a dynamic holiday. The ancient village of Scopello and the nearby town of Erice, The archaeological site of Segesta, with the temple and the famous Greek theater, the charming Selinunte, the city of Palermo, Marsala and the Stagnone, Trapani and Saltpans are easily accessible places, which will characterize a culturally stimulating stay.
About thirty kilometers from the village of Castellammare lies the town of Trapani, known as the salt and sailing city.
Segesta, the ancient rival of Selinunte, is still present today as a true labyrinth of ruins.
The archipelago of the Egadi Islands is located in the extreme west of Sicily, about 7 km off the coast between Marsala and Trapani.
Situated on the coast overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the homonymous Gulf, Palermo is the capital of the Sicilian region.
Particularly famous for its wonderful Valle dei Templi, Agrigento also boasts other beauty and artistic testimonies, including religious architecture and museums.
45 km from Trapani we meet Selinunte: it is one of the largest and most important archaeological parks in the Mediterranean .