Sailing holidays near Trapani

Best places and sailing routes for your sailing trip near Trapani. Sailing season details, trade winds and everything you need for perfect sailing holidays.

Marinas in Trapani

Trapani is located on the western coast of Sicily, 100 km west of Palermo. This island is considered one of the most famous.

 

From Trapani, you can sail on a yacht around the Aegadian Islands. The entire route can be covered in a week.

Sailing season
May — October
Travel season
May — October
Marinas in this location
1
Boats in this location
9

Main facts about region

Telephone code:
+39 0923
Language:
Italian
Timezone:
UTC+1, in summer UTC+2
Currency:
Euro (EUR)
Population:
67,531

Sailing trip in Trapani

The province of Trapani has an international airport. It is located in Palermo.

 

The island is suitable for yacht lovers, seafood lovers, people who want to try fresh fish and Italian cuisine.  Popular attractions in Trapani are the 14th-century Sant'Agostino Church and the Fountain di Triton (Fountain of Tritons). 

 

There are several beaches near the island. 

 

Trapani hosted the Louis Vuitton Cup in September and October 2005. 

 

The port is within walking distance of the old town and shops.  Trapani is a very small town. But it is very well located. From this point on the coast, you can explore all of Italy.

Trapani - Yacht Charter Sailica
Trapani - Yacht Charter Sailica
Trapani - Yacht Charter Sailica
Trapani - Yacht Charter Sailica

Yacht routes in Trapani

We suggest exploring the sailing routes in Trapani for 7 and 14 days.

7 days:

  • Trapani — Favignana — Marsala — Marettimo — Levanzo — San Vito Lo Capo — Trapani.

For 14 days:

  • Trapani — Favignana — Marettimo — Levanzo — Palermo — Sant'Agata — Portorosa — Vulcano — Panarea — Stromboli — Salina — Filicudi — Alicudi — San Vito Lo Capo — Trapani

1915 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
34 ft
Length
2015
Built in
2130 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
34 ft
Length
2020
Built in
2375 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
41 ft
Length
2020
Built in
2890 €
per week
8
Guests
4
Cabins
45 ft
Length
2016
Built in
3136 €
per week
8
Guests
4
Cabins
45 ft
Length
2017
Built in
3910 €
per week
12
Guests
5
Cabins
52 ft
Length
2016
Built in
4571 €
per week
10
Guests
5
Cabins
45 ft
Length
2008
Built in
6000 €
per week
10
Guests
4
Cabins
42 ft
Length
2020
Built in
6275 €
per week
10
Guests
5
Cabins
55 ft
Length
2020
Built in
Marina Trapani
9 yachts

Yachting season and weather in Trapani

Trapani has a warm temperate climate. There is more rainfall in winter than in summer. During the year, the average daily temperature reaches + 29 °C.

 

The wind practically does not blow on Trapani. The strongest wind comes from the northwest at a speed of 11-16 knots. It intensifies when the Mistral blows over the southern coast of France. 

 

From October to May, the winds here are practically unpredictable and unreliable both in direction and strength. This can make sailing difficult for inexperienced boaters. The sea temperature never drops below 15 degrees. Therefore, you can swim here all year round.

Water temperature in sailing season +21...+24 °
Air temperature in sailing season +26...+30 °
Wind speed in sailing season 10−15 knots

Weather forecast for yachting in Trapani

Upon arrival at the marina, you are usually given the forecast for the next day. You can also get storm warnings over radio links.

 

You can also use the following services to get information about weather conditions:

  • meteo-allerta.it — weather forecast in Italy;
  • weather — a site with accurate synoptic data;
  • windfinder is a service for tracking winds, viewing water and air temperatures.