If you are planning a trip to Western Sicily, thanks to the Médithéâtres project, you will have the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in Mediterranean culture. Between visits to archaeological sites, sunset aperitifs, and breathtaking views, you can attend engaging theater performances and concerts. To learn more about the Médithéâtres project, visit the dedicated page on our website.
Let’s delve into the details of three special tours that allow you to discover the art and architecture of the city of Trapani, including visits to some of the nearby islands, as well as the opportunity to attend cultural events of the Médithéâtres project.
Morning: Arrival in Trapani and check-in at the hotel.
Afternoon: Visit to the Church of Purgatorio and the Regional Museum Pepoli, which houses a vast collection of art and historical artifacts.
Evening: Start of the Luglio Musicale Trapanese event at one of the city’s interesting venues.
Morning: Visit to the Church of San Pietro, famous for its Baroque architecture, and the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, which offers a panoramic view of the city.
Afternoon: Participation in a concert by the Luglio Musicale Trapanese, in an ancient theater like that of Segesta.
Evening: Exploration of the picturesque harbor area of Trapani and dinner in a typical restaurant offering local specialties.
Morning: Excursion to the Egadi Islands, with visits to Favignana, Levanzo and/or Marettimo to enjoy their wonderful beaches and crystal-clear waters.
Afternoon: Returning to Trapani, visit to the Salt Museum, which illustrates the traditional salt production in the region, and the Sanctuary of the Annunziata, an important religious site.
Evening: Dinner in a restaurant with a tasting of fish-based busiate pasta.
Please note that the Luglio Musicale di Trapani event schedule may be subject to changes, so we recommend checking the dates and performances closest to your visit.
Arrival in Trapani and accommodation in a hotel in the city center.
Afternoon: Visit to Trapani’s historic center with its Baroque buildings, narrow and charming streets, and the opportunity to taste the famous Sicilian cannoli.
Evening: Opening concert of the Luglio Musicale Trapanese at Villa Margherita, one of the city’s most charming venues.
Morning: Visit to the Church of the Collegio dei Gesuiti, an example of Baroque architecture, and the Church of Sant’Agostino with its picturesque facade.
Afternoon: Excursion to the island of Favignana, famous for its crystal-clear waters and sea caves. Visit to the Tonnara Museum. Possibility to take a swim at Cala Rossa or Cala Azzurra beaches.
Evening: Dinner in a typical restaurant offering local specialties.
Morning: Visit to the Pepoli Museum, which houses a vast collection of artworks and archaeological artifacts related to Trapani’s history.
Afternoon: Excursion to the Segesta Archaeological Park, with its Doric temple and Greek theater offering a splendid view of the surrounding countryside.
Evening: Symphonic concert inside the Basilica-Sanctuary of Maria Santissima Annunziata, one of the city’s main places of worship.
Morning: Excursion to the Zingaro Nature Reserve, with its beaches, hidden coves, and scenic trails.
Afternoon: Exploring Castellammare del Golfo and visiting the Norman Castle.
Evening: Seafood dinner in one of the seaside restaurants in Castellammare. Return to Trapani.
Morning: Excursion and visit to the Salt Pans of Trapani, Paceco, and Misiliscemi. Visit to the Salt Museum, which illustrates the traditional salt production in the Trapani region.
Afternoon: Exploring local craftsmanship.
Evening: Farewell aperitif in the picturesque Piazza Mercato del Pesce.
This cultural tour allows you to enjoy music, art, and the natural beauty of Trapani. We recommend checking the complete program of events for the Luglio Musicale Trapanese in 2023 and booking tickets in advance to ensure participation in the desired performances.
Here is a 7-day cultural tour that includes the 2023 event program of the Ente Luglio Musicale, points of interest in the city of Trapani, and the 2023 event program of the Teatro Antico di Segesta.
Arrival in Trapani, after checking in at your hotel, explore the picturesque city of Trapani and stroll along its waterfront. Optionally, visit the Agostino Pepoli Regional Museum, which houses a collection of art and historical objects.
Concert by the Ente Luglio Musicale. Attend the concert by the Ente Luglio Musicale at one of the city’s charming venues. After the concert, savor Sicilian cuisine at one of the local restaurants.
Excursion to Erice. Spend the day in Erice, a charming medieval town situated on a hill above Trapani. Explore the Castle of Venus, the Balio Gardens, and the Mother Church. Enjoy panoramic views of Trapani and the surrounding islands.
Visit to the Teatro Antico di Segesta. Reach the Teatro Antico di Segesta, located near Trapani and managed by Coopculture. Participate in one of the concerts or theatrical performances scheduled.
Excursion to the Egadi Islands. Embark on a ferry for a visit to the Egadi Islands, an archipelago consisting of Favignana, Levanzo, and Marettimo. Explore the beaches, sea caves, and breathtaking landscapes of the archipelago.
Concert by the Ente Luglio Musicale. Attend another concert by the Ente Luglio Musicale at another charming location in the city.
Free day in Trapani. Dedicate the last day of your tour to further explore Trapani. Visit the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the Sanctuary of the Annunziata, and the gardens of Villa Margherita.
Please note that event schedules may vary. It is advisable to check concert and performance dates and times in advance.
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