Scopello is a small and cozy tourist town, built around a 16th-century “Baglio”, on the site of a Moorish hamlet. Scopello is located in the northwest of Sicily, 30 miles from Trapani and 50 miles from Palermo, and houses a number of interesting ruins. The rocky coastline near Scopello is phenomenal with its crystal clear turquoise sea, beautiful bays, cliffs and with its high biodiversity, this region is one of the finest of Italy.

Scopello is located near the nature reserve “Zingaro”, one of the finest and roughest areas of the Mediterranean.

In Scopello you will find ceramics and souvenir shops, but also boutiques, caf├ęs and restaurants. In Scopello you should try the delicious local specialty “Cunzatu Pani” (bread with anchovy, herbs, tomatoes, cheese and oil) and Sfincione (Focaccia), a thick pizza.

The old tonnara, “La Tonnara di Scopello” where up in the eighties tuna was processed, is nice to visit.

The region around Scopello is very popular for its beautiful scenery, beautiful beaches and her wide range of fantastic holiday accommodation such as bed and breakfasts and villas with pool .

Route from (A) Trapani-Airport to (B) Scopello is 40 miles

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Route from (A) Palermo-Airport to (B) Scopello is 30 miles

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