Welcome back to LaBlanca Blog Village & Resort! Today I tell you about the largest of the Egadi Islands: Favignana, the so-called “big Butterfly on the sea” for its characteristic shape. Favignana is 7 miles far away from Trapani. It’s possible to visit the island by car and by boat, but the best way to […]
BWelcome back to the blog of La Blanca Village&Resort! For those who want to breathe an entirely medieval atmosphere, a must-see is Erice. Erice is located on the mount which rises above Trapani and is easily accessible by cable car. Lovely the view at sunset!
Welcome back to the blog of La Blanca Village&Resort! Today I would like to introduce you to another place a few kilometers far away from Castellammare del Golfo. The ancient village of Scopello lies on a red rock overlooking the gulf and its name comes from the Greek Skopelòs, that means “rock”.
Welcome back on La Blanca Village&Resort’s blog. The road from Castellammare del Golfo to San Vito lo Capo leads to one of the most famous natural sites of Italy: The Zingaro Nature Riserve, a necessary step for those who wish to visit a timeless nature where past and present meet each other and it’s only […]
Other tips to live your holiday here on our LaBlanca Village&Resort’s Blog! We have thought for you a tour to guide you to discover this corner of paradise. Castellammare del Golfo with its coast, its seabeds and its Harbour full of pubs and restaurants can offer you an unforgettable holiday!
Welcome back to the blog of La Blanca Village & Resort. Today we will discover Segesta, an ancient city that was said to have been founded by the Trojan refugees. It is located in the municipality of Calatafimi, about 15 km from our Resort.
Welcome to the Blog of LaBlancaResort.com. I’m Alice, and together with all the members of the La Blanca Crew, I will try to take you with us to discover the beauty of Sicily.