Salemi, nestled on the hill of the Belice Valley, among the changing green of vineyards and olive groves, tightens around the Norman-Swabian Castle. The village, with its medieval imprint, is located in the center of the province of Trapani and looks delightful with its shiny little streets of pale stone, like the good living room at home. Due to its particular charm, it becomes part of the club of “The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy”.
The ancient Halicyae, as the town was called, has experienced all the historical events of the oldest settlements in Sicily. From the Elymians onwards, he met Greeks, Romans, Vandals, Goths and Byzantines, peoples so ancient as to be legendary, but it owes its current name to the Arabs, from Salam which means peace.
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