Calatafimi-Segesta is a small town, more popularly known simply as Calatafimi, in the Province of Trapani, in Sicily, Italy. The sleepy little town is situated in the northwest of Sicily, about 38km from the city also named Trapani. The municipality of Calatafimi rises on a hilly area, 300m above the sea-level and is steeped in history. The addition of Segesta to the municipality’s name was adopted in 1999, and it is meant to highlight one of the most beautiful still intact 5th century BC Doric temples next to the well preserved 2nd century Roman amphitheater.
Staying at one of these budget hotels does not only ensure great value for the money but it leaves the discerning traveler with extra cash to squeeze in an extra few days of rest and relaxation. The guests can explore the countryside and forget about the hustle and bustle. As the most important crops of Calatafimi are fabulous citrus, table and wine grapes and olives paired with seafood that Sicily is so famous for. The guest will find constant traditional culinary treats paired with the fantastic wines of the region.