Stepping westward along the coast of Sicily with our little Fiat Panda.
First stop: Castellammare Del Golfo


Castellammare del Golfo is a town and comune in the Trapani Province of Sicily.
The blue sea and harbour gave me a real vacation feeling.
High season didn’t started yet, that gave us the opportunity to visit the landscape in silence and peace.

Our next stop was in Trapani where we enjoyed the lively nightlife with delicious cocktails.




Waking up in Trapani with a ‘healthy’ breakfast to start the day:


I already heard that the beach of San Vito Lo Capo is one of the best of Sicily.
But this beach was way beyond my expectations!
I never saw a pink beach before!

San Vito Lo Capo is so far my favorite place that I visited in Sicily.
Because there where not so many people, I could enjoy the beautiful view even more!


The roads through the little villages gave me a feeling that we were driving in Mexico.
(picture edited with the app InShot, short video on my Instagram page soon)

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I enjoyed to landscapes of Sicily so much.
Beach, mountains, green landscapes, small villages, … visiting Sicily with a car is absolutely a must!

Before going to Erice, we stopped in Scopello near the beautiful beach:


We went also to the village of Scopello where we ate a typical pane cunzato, a sandwich with sardines, cheese and tomatos.
Along the road we stopped and took a lot of pictures 🙂

Our next stop that day was in Erice.
Erice is a historic town and commune in the province of Trapani.
We went to the top of the mountain to the castle which gave us an extraordinary panorama.


Later that day we decided to drink prosecco at the harbour of Trapani to enjoy the sunset.


In the evening we went back to centre of Trapani where we enjoyed 2 times of an aperitive. (we were stuffed piggies during our trip)



On sunday we decided to visit Mazara.
Mazara is the most Arabic city of Italy and has a large population of Tunesian people.


The most beautiful part of the city was Kasbah located in the centre of Mazara.
Small winding streets that branch from a central axis and lead to numerous patios, where we could enjoy many beautiful art spots.








The arancini with funghi e speck that I ate in Mazara brought me back to life ❤

After visiting Mazara we went to Marsala to visit the saline dello stagnone di Marsala.
A unique area in front of the island of Mozia, on the famous “salt route”.



We stayed overnight in Marsala as well.
Our apartment was located very near the sea.
The view of the sea and city were worth the many pictures that we took.



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In the evening we decided to eat in the centre of Marsala.
We found a very good biologic restaurant named Assud where we could eat fresh fish.
We had a real food explosion in our mouth!
The wine and chocolate dessert that we choose were just magical…
(the pictures that I took are too dark)

After our delicous dinner we decided to take our last drink in a bar with life music.
We enjoyed our time in lively centre with very nice music.
We ended our evening with an extraordinary photoshoot :p




On our last of the trip we visited some beaches in Marsala and castellammare but it was to windy to enjoy the beach side.
We enjoyed our last day with eating a lot of rosticceria and croissants.

Because we are big sweet tooths, we ended our last day well with the best patisserie of Palermo in Cappello.


To every beautiful story comes an end.
Our roadtrip ended this day.
I hope to make some more roadtrips in Sicily because I still need to discover a lot!


I hope you enjoyed the adventure of me and Rael 🙂




Stay tuned for my next blogs!


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