LOCATIONS OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ITINERARY
CONNECTIONS OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ITINERARY
- Trapani-Erice: by cable car (https://www.funiviaerice.it/ ) or by car (SP 31 road )
- Trapani-Mothia: by car ( SP 21road) (the salt road)
- Trapani-Segesta: by car motorway A29 Segesta exit
- Trapani-Selinunte: by car motorway A29 Castelvetrano exit then take the SS 115 road.
itinerary - Day 1 :
Morning: Visit of Trapani historic centre. Recommended visit to the cathedral and the Civic museum in Ligny Tower on the most western point of the city.
Afternoon: a relaxing afternoon either shopping in the characteristic streets of the historic centre or, weather permitting on the, San Giuliano Beach.
itinerary - Day 2:
Morning and Afternoon: Excursion to the Summit of Erice. Unmissable is the sunset seen from the Castle of Venus when the sun sets over the Egadi islands into the sea.
- Day 3:
Morning: Drive towards Marsala and the ancient Phoenician settling on the island of Mothia. Along the road a stop at the Salt pans and salt museum is recommended. Once in Mothia, tour of the island and its museum
Afternoon: A choice between continuing on to Marsala, or spending another afternoon by the sea. If you choose the sea, a stop at the free beach of Marausa Lido is recommended. (half way between Trapani e Mothia).
itinerary - Day 4:
Morning and Afternoon:Taking motorway A29 you can reach Segesta (about 20 minutes by car) and spend the whole day there. A visit to the thermal baths is recommended.
itinerary - Day 5:
Morning and Afternoon: Taking A29 you can reach the second stage of the itinerary: Selinunte (about 1 hour by car). A Selinunte, a stay of 2 days id recommended in order to fully experience the beauty of the area.