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West Sicily Bike Trip

West Sicily Bike Trip – Self-guided on an E-bike or Trekking bike.
From January – November
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Cycling Holiday West Sicily on an E-bike or Trekking bike

This cycling tour will be along the fabulous Tyrrhenian coastline of Western Sicily for the most part. However, it will also allow you to ride inland through the countryside of Sicily. You’ll ride some 190km on your Trekking or E-bike. The self-guided West Sicily features many highlights, you will experience and see the greatest views of the West coast of Sicily.

Your Self-guided West Sicily cycle Trip starts from Scopello. On the first day, you’ll cycle only 6km and walk another 14km in the beautiful National Reserve park Dello Zigalo. On the second day, you’ll cycle to Trapani and experience the hinterland of the Sicilian countryside. Stops worthwhile are the archaeological site of Segesta and Erice a lovely medieval town before you arrive in Trapani (the city of Salt). The next day the route goes along The Salt Way where you’ll see old windmills and finish in Marsala. From Marsala, you go further to Mazara Del Vallo which is beautiful because of the Tyrrhenian coastline. From here you cycle to your last stop Selinunte and continue in the direction of Campobello di Mazara, a little village known for its tasty olive oil. At the end of this day, you reach the beach where you be able to take a swim.

Cycle West Sicily and get an unforgettable cycle Trip in Italy

  • Charming (3* and 4* hotels) where you’ll be able to relax
  • Fabulous Gulf of Castellammare
  • The archaeological site of Segesta is an ancient city founded by the Elymians more than 2500 years ago.
  • Marsala, the city of wine, is also famous because of the landing of Garibaldi.
  • See the Tyrrhenian coastline surrounded by vineyards, olive trees, and several Baglio, walled country estates where all agriculture activities are concentrated.
  • visit the ancient Greek town of Selinunte that, with some of its imposing temples still standing, will make you go back 2500 years
  • Campobello di Mazara is a little village known for its tasty olive oil.
Day 1
Check in
Arrival in Castellammare del Golfo, a beautiful portal town whose history goes back to the classic antique era when it was the harbor of the towns of Segesta and Erice. Handover of the bikes and the tour information.
Day 2
Castellamare del Golfo, Riserva naturale dello Zingaro to Scopello / +28km by bike & +14km hiking
From Castellamare, you start cycling to the wonderful Nature Reserve "Zingaro". You will have the chance to explore it on foot, trekking along its undulating footpath offers an enchanting view of the Tyrrhenian Sea, with its coves and bays (calette), where you can swim and snorkel in the limpid water. On the way back, you stop in the pretty village of Scopello, a lovely, old hamlet (locally known as Bagio from the arab bahal: courtyard), dating back to the 17th century. Around its small square, you will find most of the houses and shops of the entire village.
Day 3
Castellamare to Trapani / +56km
After admiring the fabulous gulf of Castellammare, only a few kilometers from Scopello, the first ride of this tour will allow you to explore the hinterland of the Sicilian countryside where olive trees and vineyards are in abundance. 25km into this landscape, alternating ascents to flat parts, you will reach the archaeological site of Segesta, an ancient city founded by the Elymians more than 2500 years ago. From here, following secondary country roads, you will finally arrive in Trapani, known in Sicily as the city of Salt. Don’t miss an evening stroll in its pretty old town.
Day 4
Trapani to Erice to Trapani / +38km (or a day out in Favignana Island)
Today you can choose between two possibilities. Your first option is a visit to Erice, a lovely medieval hamlet, nestled on top of a mountain at 750m. You can either reach the mountain by car (you can also take your bike inside) or cycle up. 11km of sharp, steep bends separate you from reaching the summit and from enjoying the spectacular view stretching to the Egadi Islands. You will ride down the western slope and through the village of Bonagia you will head back to Trapani. If you rather relax and enjoy the peace of the largest of the Egadi Islands, Favignana is your best bet. You can reach it by ferryboat (you can also take your bike with you) and once there you can cycle everywhere and reach all the hidden coves and inlets to swim in places of untamed beauty.
Day 5
Trapani to Marsala / +44km
Today's itinerary is completely flat as you will skirt the beautiful coastline the whole time. You will cycle along La via del sale (The Saly Way), a series of lagoons and salt pans where salt is still extracted nowadays with the use of old windmills. Salt pans and mounds of freshly extracted salt will be the backdrop to an unmatchable landscape. You will also have the chance to visit Mothia Island, the ancient cradle of Phoenician- Punic civilization which can be reached by motorboat from the lagoon within minutes. Today's stage ends in Marsala, a city famous for its homonym wine and for the landing of Garibaldi with its expedition of the Thousand.
Day 6
Marsala to Mazara del Vallo / +30km or +50km
Today's stage continues along the enchanting Tyrrhenian coastline until it winds inland through the typical countryside of this part of Sicily with its numerous vineyards and bagli (old centers of farming activities). It will end in Mazara del Vallo, the seat of the most important fishing fleet and located at the mouth of the river Mazaro, which divides the town in two. The Arab influence is so dominant as you stroll through the narrow alleyways of the Kasbah (Arabic quarter), with its bright colors and powerful scents, that you will be reminded of the African continent just across the sea!
Day 7
Mazara del Vallo to Selinunte / +35km or +41km
Leaving Mazara behind you will ride along a road that runs parallel to the coastline and that will take you to Lago Preola and Gorghi Tondi nature reserve. It’s a valley with several lakes of Karstic origins which attracts plenty of migratory birds into its marshes. You will continue in the direction of Campobello di Mazara, a little village known for its tasty olive oil, along a hilly road that will lead you to Cave di Cusa. This is a special archaeological site where all the material needed to build the temples of nearby Selinunte was extracted. Only 13km from here, you can visit the ancient Greek town of Selinunte, with some of its imposing temples still standing, which will make you go back 2500 years. You can also head down to the beach of Selinunte for a swim.
Day 8
Departure day
Departure day... Time to say goodbye, a good flight back home, or a pleasant stay in Italy. Transfers on request

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  • All prices are based on double rooms.
  • Base package per person in double room €835
  • Every Saturday from January to November
  • On request departures on other days for groups of min. 4 participants are possible.

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  • 7 nights with breakfast in 3* and 4* hotels or B&B of comparable level
  • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
  • Detailed maps and roadbook (1 kit per room)
  • Assistance by telephone
  • Base package per person in double room €835
  • Single room supplement €250
  • High season supplement (July/August) €130
  • Half board supplement (drinks excluded) €250
  • Single participant supplement €150
  • City bike rental €90
  • Fitnessbike (hybrid) €120
  • E-bike rental €190
Child reduction (with 2 full paying pax in a double room):
  • 0-5 years 100%
  • 6-10 years 50%
  • 11-13 years 25%
Transfer per person, min 2 persons (to be paid on site):
  • Palermo airport – Castellammare del Golfo €35
  • Selinunte – Palermo airport €60
  • For arrivals or transfers after 10 PM a supplement of €5 per person is applied.




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