A few kilometers away from San Vito Lo Capo, the tuna fisheries are a must-visit as a symbol of that splendid territory.
Located in the municipality of Castellammare del Golfo, Scopello is a beautiful seaside resort also famous for its marvelous sea rocks.
The ancient Greek town of Segesta is set in the municipality of Calatafimi, in the province of Trapani, and thanks to its archeological park, its temple and theatre, it is one of the most extraordinary destinations in the world.
Ancient Phoenician and Greek town first and a medieval town of great charm then, Erice is situated just outside the city of Trapani, at almost 800 metres above sea level on top of the mountain that carries the same name.
The Oriented Natural Reserve of the Salt Pans in Trapani is a protected natural area established in 1995 and now managed by WWF Italy.
The Egadi Islands archipelago is placed in front of the coast of Trapani; it consists of three islands and two islets worldwide famous for the quality of the sea water and it has long been a top destination for international tourism.
The Zingaro Natural Reserve is a protected area thanks to its great naturalistic value and is located in the area between Castellammare del Golfo and San Vito Lo Capo.
The Mount Cofano Natural Reserve is a protected area situated in the municipalities of Custonaci and San Vito Lo Capo and famous worldwide for its Mediterranean ecosystem.
In the province of Trapani there are 9 nature reserves, among these: Monte Cofano, Zingaro, Stagnone di Marsala, Saline di Trapani and Paceco, Bosco di Alcamo, Foce del Belice, Grotta di Santa Ninfa and Preola and Gorghi Tondi.