Food and enchanting scenery are just two reasons to visit Trapani, Sicily
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The Province of Trapani is an enchanting land of marvellous coasts, steep cliffs, and gorgeous beaches that stretch out endlessly before you. It is on this backdrop that the Stragusto festival takes place, this year from 26th-30th July. An event of street food that lines old market streets and absorbs a concentration of flavours, smells, colours and voices from the years, it takes place in and overwhelms the town of Trapani. A celebration of the street food of the Mediterranean, something so unique to the rest of the world, the festival blossoms to welcome tourists and residents alike. There are so many specialties that characterise the gourmet itinerary of the event: panelle, arancine, sfincioni, rascadura, focacce, panini cà meusa, dolci, typical trapanese food and more! And when you’re too full of food to move, you can enjoy the view of the wonderfully naturalistic coasts that the west of Sicily has to offer, including the Gulf of Castellamara and San Vito Lo Capo, with white sand and waters of the most dazzling hues. Trapani is also a place of great history, with architecture and artefacts that stand momentum to that fact. The Cathedral of San Lorenzo, with its elegant Baroque façade, stands tall, whilst Erice is a medieval town perched on a mountain that offers incredible views and a magnificent military history. A popular marine attraction can be found at the Egadi Islands, where the nature is still wild and the beaches are explicitly untouched by pollution. These coasts – flat and sandy or high and rugged – offer you the chance to try every watersport imaginable. Sail across the ocean’s surface or break through it whilst diving and see the gorgeous seabeds. Take a tour boat to the breath-taking caves of Maréttimo Island or visit the thermal baths of Segesta, known for the properties the water contains that are used for treatments and therapies. Trapani, Sicily is a natural wonder that will allow you the chance to try genuine and rich Mediterranean food, a silhouette against beautiful beaches and an abundance of history that is just waiting for you to sink your teeth into. For more information about the Stagusto street food festival, visit the website.
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