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Beaches in Trapani City Centre
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Although the long sandy beaches in the Marausa Lido resort have
everything you need for your holiday in Trapani - we appreciate that
some of you might want to go swimming after a some sightseeing or
shopping in Trapani itself. Accordingly, this page contains details of
each beach in the city of Trapani.
There is a helpful location map on the right, together with photographs
of each Trapani beach and a short description.
Lido San Giuliano Beach, Trapani
Lido San Giuliano is the longest beach in Trapani city centre and has an excellent
range of bars and sporting facilities - making it a an attractive destination for
activity-led visitors. Windsurfing and surfing are popular. But this Trapani beach is
also famous for its large coral reefs and scuba diving can be easily arranged
through hotels and diving shops. Sailing and fishing trips can be easily organised
by any of the tour operators close to the beach. Car parking charges.
Although the majority of the beach is free to use, there are a few lido-bars which
charge for umbrellas and sunloungers. The oldest of these is Lido Valenti -
serving Trapani’s tourists and swimmers since 1929!
Litoranea Beach, Trapani
This beach in Trapani is a little bit closer to the centre of the city than San Giuliano
and mostly free, with shallow waters allowing for safe bathing. Easy access for via
a footpath also very popular with circuit joggers. Close to bars and restaurants. Car
Mura di Tramontana Beach
A free beach accessed via Porta Ossuna. This beach is
located alongside the ancient walls of Trapani on the north side
of the city. Safe waters and quieter than Lido San Giuliano
beach. Car parking charges.
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele Beach
Located in front of the homonymous square, this Trapani beach
features a large expanse of sand with free admission. Popular
with residents in the centre of Trapani. Car parking charges.
Unlike these beaches in Trapani city centre, the beaches in Lido Marausa have a lot more space for visitors to spread out on, play beach
games and promenade. Lido Marausa is the city of Trapani’s largest beach resort and is set 9km (5 miles) away from the confusion and
noise of city life. The coastal road is lined with palm trees and unlike Trapani, you can hire speedboats, take windsurfing lessons and
escape the crowds - even on busy days. Over 80% of the beaches in Trapani resort are free to use and the typical summer climate means
that they are used from May through to October by locals and tourists alike. When local people head to the beach, they don’t go to the
crowded tourist beaches in Trapani - instead they head to Lido Marausa and the best beaches in Trapani!
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Map of Beaches in Trapani
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Trapani city centre
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Lido Paradiso Beach
A private beach which you pay to enter. This is a small artificial
cove made from the old fishing hardour defences. There are all
the usual refinements of umbrellas, sunloungers, bar,
lifeguards and sheltered, shallow water. Car park charges.
Torre di Ligny Beach
This small intimate beach on the tip of Trapani’s promontory
comprises no sand, only large flat rocks. Popular with local
resident and relatively well hidden, you wouldn’t really know it
existed. No car parking facilities.
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