Beaches in Trapani
Among the beaches of the city of Trapani, San Giuliano is certainly the largest, stretching over two kilometers of the coast. Passing San Giuliano, you can see another 15 km of small bays that run through the town of Pizzolungo, Bonagia, Lido Valderice up to the Gulf of Cornino and the Natural Reserve of Monte Cofano. Still near Trapani, you can visit the beaches of Torre di Ligny and Marausa, the latter is in the final part of the Riserva delle Saline. Another beach of Trapani is one of San Teodoro, with its islands can also be reached on foot at low tide. On the northwest coast of Sicily lies the small village of San Vito lo Capo, known to be one of the capitals of the Sicilian summer fun, both for its beaches than for its extraordinary natural reserves. In the town of Castellammare del Golfo, near the Riserva dello Zingaro, Scopello is another small village, whose characteristic is given by the striking and imposing cliffs that border the sea, creating a spectacular bay. Continuing the route of the Sicilian coast, you can admire the beaches of Marsala, Mazara del Vallo. In this part of the sea, the landscape is varied as alternate aspects of rock, such as Mouth Arena and Tower Granitola, and stretches of fine sand as the beach of Tonnarella.