A full-immersion holiday in the nature reserves of Sicily

A full-immersion holiday in the nature reserves of Sicily

The naturalistic heritage of the province of Trapani is of great importance: there are in fact 11 natural reserves, which include the most varied and unspoiled landscapes of an extraordinarily diverse territory.

Between islands scattered in the sea and limpid lagoons, across sand dunes and woods, to caves that challenge the underground, the enchantment of western Sicily is revealed.

Particularly renowned is the Zingaro Reserve, in the San Vito Lo Capo area. It spreads along one of Sicily's most evocative coastal stretches, marked by a multitude of enchanting coves.

Among the limestone rocks of a Dolomite nature, the characteristic cliffs suddenly climb, crossed by paths overlooking the sea. The fauna and flora reflect this alternation of tones.

In fact, the reserve is home to 39 species of birds, especially birds of prey, a wide variety of rodents and other terrestrial animals, and a myriad of marine creatures that enjoy pristine waters.
Thanks to the particularly humid local microclimates, hundreds of species of plants and flowers, some very rare, dot the 1600 hectares of the park.

On the road that leads from Trapani to Marsala, right in front of the island of Favignana, you will find the Stagnone Reserve. It is a lagoon, the largest in Sicily, scattered with tiny islets, which gather around the splendid Mozia. The entire area can only be explored on foot or with flat-bottomed boats, to protect the ecosystem and the magnificent migratory or sedentary fauna, which enjoys an absolutely "alien" habitat. The same one that catches the eye of those who visit it.

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