Trapani

Ferry tickets to Trapani

Trapani, borrowing its’ name from the Greek word “drepani”, meaning scythe, is a city on the west coast of Sicily, Italy. Fishing is the main force behind the area’s economy directly connected to the canning businesses. The island’s port is a very important station connecting Sicily with Sardenia, Italy and Tunisia.

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Trapani, the salty city of Sicily

During ancient times, this was the Greek city of Drepanon. Today, this busy port located at the western part of Sicily, the largest Mediterranean island, is the capital of the region. The city’s name means “sickle” because of its shape, and it comes from a Greek word. The reconstruction that took place here after World War II has helped the place bloom. Explore the Italian port of salt with cheap ferry tickets to Trapani through Let’s Ferry.

Trapani port view


Best attractions
- As you enter the port you can see the Trapani Saline di Nubia, a natural reserve, with windmills and salt pans. At the same area you can visit the Salt Museum and learn about the story of salt and how it played a vital role in the local economy. From there you can see the Torre Nubia, a well-preserved tower.
- The Tower of Ligny is the city’s best-known landmark, at the north entrance of the port, close to the Torre Ligny Museum.
- Piazza Umberto is the main square of the port where you can see the San Lorenzo Cathedral and indulge in local cuisine. Try the famous vastedda cheese, the Castelvetrano bread and a glass of delicious wine from Sicilian vineyards.

Beautiful beach in Trapani


Best beaches
- Spiaggia di San Giuliano
is a piece of art! Exotic waters, a big sandy coast, palm trees and a traditional windmill, just 4 km from the port. 
- Spiaggia di Marausa Lido has crystal, transparent waters, a stunning view to the nearby islands and an idyllic sunset. 
- Spiaggia San Vito lo Capo is sandy, with emerald, shallow waters. You can find it between Trapani and Palermo.

The port of Trapani
Be
st activities
- Rent a boat to visit the Aegadian Islands (Isole Egadi), which consist of Favignana, the biggest of all, Levanzo and Marettimo.
- The Natural Reserve of the Stagnone Islands
has a beautiful landscape which includes the islets of Grande, Mozia, Santa Maria and La Scuola. Explore this unique scenery and find coasts for kite surfing, see some salt pans and observe its pink inhabitants, the flamingos. Take a boat tour that starts at the beginning of the reserve, 25 km from the port, at the point where the windmills are.
- In Mozia you can visit the remains of the ancient city as well as the Whitaker Museum (also known as the Mozia Museum) to see archaeological findings like the amazing statue of the Charioteer of Mozia.

Tip: You can reach Trapani by car, train, bus, ferry or plane. The city airport is 20 km away and there is a bus connection available. The Palermo airport is 85 km away. Here, as well as in many parts of Sicily, the Holy Week and the Easter are celebrated with special ceremonies. Start planning a trip to enjoy this unique experience with cheap ferry tickets to Trapani through Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Trapani

The port is connected to Tunis and Civitavecchia. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxi, car rentals, luggage storage and paid parking.