A number of rocks facing north-east and increasingly becoming smaller, on which stands the 15th century Torre di Ligny (Ligny Tower), mark the boundary between land and sea: rocks facing towards an infinite horizon. Trapani, due to its elongated shape, has an historical center with narrow and winding streets enriched by beautiful palaces in Baroque-style.
The three islands of the archipelago, Favignana, Marettimo and Levanzo, twins but different, rise from the water in front of the port of Trapani. Levanzo, the nearest and even the smallest, is a tiny seaside village at the foot of a hill surrounded by the Mediterranean maquis. Its coasts are rich in coves and inlets characterised by turquoise waters.
The whole province of Trapani is rich in history, culture and traditions. Settlements dating back to the Prehistoric Age, guests, various colonizers and invaders from all over the world: the Phoenicians, the Greeks and Romans and still, the Arabs, the French and Spaniards, as well as the British who, enchanted by our lush countryside, stopped here so as to provide an early boost to produce the renowned Marsala wine and to the archaeological researches.