Tour Programme

Arrival at the airport and individual transfer to Trapani.
Time for an individual visit to the city of Trapani, which is fascinating for the richness of its historic centre, with its baroque churches and sumptuous palaces.

Participation in a cookery course at the Nuara gastronomic culture centre, housed in a beautiful historic courtyard just outside Trapani.
Tuna will be the absolute protagonist of the recipes that will be prepared, tasted together with the chef at the end of the activities in the kitchen.

Free overnight stay in Trapani.

Individual transfer to the Baglio Fontanasalsa farm for a lunch with guided tasting of extra virgin olive oil, combined with typical local dishes. The oil pressed here has been awarded the MB mark and the “Valli Trapanesi” Protected Designation of Origin.

In the early afternoon, we recommend an excursion to the Mount Cofano Oriented Nature Reserve, a natural promontory located just north of the town of Custonaci, which can in effect be considered one of the most evocative landscape areas in western Sicily, with a series of caves overlooking the sea. The most interesting and scenic in this geo-archaeological context is undoubtedly the Mangiapane Cave, inside which, over time, small buildings have been constructed, used by the residents (fishermen, farmers, local breeders) as living units, warehouses and animal shelters.

Afterwards, transfer to Bonagia, a fishing village at the foot of Valderice, strategically located halfway between Trapani and Custonaci.

Guided visit to the fishing museum located inside the Tonnara watchtower. The museum houses tools and utensils that tell the story of tuna fishing and a miniature in the sea where the caught tuna ended up.
Followed by a tasting of the fine products of the tuna factory accompanied by a local wine.

Dinner with a typical menu at the Saverino restaurant, near the tuna factory.

Free overnight stay in Trapani.

Departure for San Vito Lo Capo, known throughout the world for its Caribbean beach and crystal clear sea.

Lunch at the Al Ritrovo restaurant.
On the way back, stop at the belvedere of Macari, a small village nestled on the slope overlooking the gulf that bears its name, from which you can enjoy one of the most evocative views of western Sicily.

Individual return to the airport.

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