Beautiful third floor apartment in Trapani in an excellent location

Beautiful third floor apartment in Trapani in an excellent location

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our flat is situated in a delightful 18th century building located in the historical center of Trapani. This building has a lift and is strategically located within a few minutes walking distance from the main street (near San Lorenzo Cathedral). It is 5 minutes' walk to the Port where there are boats to the Egadi islands.
Very comfortable furnishings, totally modernised with all conveniences. There is an entrance hall and a living room with a sofa which has two single extra beds. There is one bedroom and a bathroom. We recently put soundproof windows in the bedroom and in the living room in order to keep our place quiet.

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Who we are

  1. I am a secondary school teacher. My husband Massimo is a veterinary researcher and we have a son who is 23. We live in Perugia (Umbria) and Trapani is our vacation home.
    I have two months holidays during the summer so I will probably travel during that period and long weekends. I will likely travel with a friend, my husband or even alone.
    I will respect your property as if it were my own.
    We will also swap not simultaneously.

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Where is it?

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Trapani: hugging the harbour where Peter of Aragon landed in 1282 to begin the Spanish occupation of Sicily, the sickle-shaped spit of land occupied by Trapani's old town once sat at the heart of a powerful trading network that stretched from Carthage to Venice. Traditionally the town thrived on coral and tuna fishing, with some salt and wine production. These days, Trapani's port buzzes with ferry traffic to the Egadi Islands and Pantelleria, and the adjacent historic centre is a popular place to stroll, for both locals and travellers awaiting their next boat.

Best restaurants
you have plenty of restaurants
very lively from April until late October
Favourite cafés
They are all marvellous, especially in the summer
Where to go shopping
Via Fardella, Via Garibaldi
Your area's cultural and historical landmarks
Erice: in its own personal cloud, Erice is a wonderfully preserved Mediaeval town offering the most breathtaking views
Local walks
Near Scopello (north-west Sicily), head to nearby Lo Zingaro nature reserve, explore the coves, grottos and beaches along the well-marked coastal trail.
Places you love to exercise
Lungomare Dante Alighieri (jogging)
Top day trips
Favignana: or La Farfalla as it is often referred to thanks to its butterfly shape, is the largest and most important of the islands. It lies some 10 miles of the Trapani coast and is a popular holiday destination in the summer months largely thanks to its crystalline azure waters in bays such as Cala Rossa. San Vito lo Capo: white sands and the beautiful backdrop of a rocky mountain jutting dramatically out into the sea are just a couple of reasons to go to this tropical-feeling beach in the west of Sicily (avoid month of August)

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