Àlcamo is a town in the province of Trapani, in the northwestern part of the island of Sicily. The town’s origins date far back in time, to around the year 828. The first significant colonists were Arabs, though they were subsequently chased away and replaced by Christians. Indeed, though some remnants of Arab culture can still be seen, the town is highly Christianized. The rich history that characterizes Àlcamo is evident in its numerous monuments. For example, all tourists should visit the Castello dei Conti di Modica, built in 1350, and which now houses the Tourist Information Center. You should also stop by the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta, built in 1332, and the Chiesa del Santissimo Salvatore, a church that was built before the year 1300.
The Santuario della Madonna dei Miracoli, built in a mixed Baroque/Renaissance style is also worth a visit. For some time at the beach, finally, check out Àlcamo Marina, the beach district of town. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in history for a weekend, Àlcamo may be the place for you. Visit EasyToBook.com to find the discount hotels Àlcamo has to offer; if not in Àlcamo, cheap hotels can be found in the surrounding area. There are a number of different hotels in Àlcamo and in nearby towns, so do some Internet research on Àlcamo hotels to find the one that most suits your needs.
Please provide this reference number to our customer service center representative on request, so we can help you better