We spent our first afternoon exploring Trapani - which is full of paintable delights, from baroque buildings, typical Italian architecture, a very active fish market, forts, castles and ooooh endless subjects!
Giovanni recommended our itinerary and I have to thank him for choosing some perfect locations.
On our first morning we went up to the Medieval walled city of Erice, high above Trapani. We had a wonderful day painting there.
On the second day we went off to the salt pans, first the ones nearby Trapani, and then further afield to Marsala. The piles of salt and the windmills were a good subject to practice limited pallette paintings on. Some went on a boat trip around the pans in the afternoon, but the rest of us carried on painting into the setting sun!
Next day we took a hydrofoil to the islands, stopping for the day in Levanso which is absolutely charming. Just a small village clustered around the dock.
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