Car rental Trapani
Some fun facts ofVia del Sale
Trapani is a city in northwestern Sicily
, 100 kilometers west of Palermo
, Italy. The city lies on a peninsula in the Mediterranean and is the capital of the province. In antiquity the city was called Drepana. The road here is called Via del sale. The name owes to years of salt mining in this area. It's ideal to discover this interesting area by car rental in Trapani.
Torre di Ligny, the old defensive tower
Torre di Ligny is an old defensive tower at the most northerly point of the city. The tower was built in 1671 commissioned by Claudio Lamoral, a Belgian soldier and viceroy of Ligny. Car hire in Trapani is a good option to enjoy the landscape and learn more of the local cultural. Compare car rental in Trapani at holidaycars.com and book before departure with no hidden costs.
The Egadi Islands, also known as Aegatische Islands, are named after a small group of mountainous islands in the Mediterranean. The largest islands are Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo. In caves on the islands of Favignana and Levanzo rock paintings from the Neolithic and Paleolithic are found. Car rental in Trapani is the most convenient way to quickly reach the harbor to the islands.
Make good use of car rental and visit Sicily's Temples
Car rental in Trapani is a comfortable and safe way to enjoy the cultural heritage to the fullest in this beautiful region. The most beautiful temples of Sicily, Agrigento, Segesta, Selinunte, Siracusa, Taormina's theater and the ruins of Solunto are easily accessible by car.
Old Roman roads and Italian culture
Drive along ancient Roman roads between white steaming pans and discover the ancient temple complexes between remote rustic hamlets, where the pizza baker arguing with the butcher about the quality of the prosciutto. Rent a car in Trapani and enjoy the authentic Italian culture at your own pace.
Wel known gastronomy
Sicily has a gastronomic reputation to uphold. Here you eat the best, well-filled pastas of Sicily which makes extensive use of olive oil and herbs. You can still eat fusilli, short twisted spaghetti. Try the homemade pasta on long tables where the Marsala wine is lavishly bestowed. When you had your fill of delicious itallian dishes and wines you can comfortably travel back to your place of stay by car hire.
Trapani is charming enough on its own, but its surrounding areas are also worth visiting, such as the hilltop town Erice, San Vito Lo Capo, a white sandy beach with crystal blue sea, the beaches of Scopello, which are featured in movie Ocean's Twelve. All these places are within easy reach when traveling by rental car in Trapani.