The sea is like a dream: the stacks emerge impressively out of the crystal clear water, opposite the ancient tunaries, characterizing the landscape. The tunary which lays on part of the beach, was built in the thirteenth century, renovated during the eighteenth century and abandoned only in 1981.
The coast nestles picturesque bays, suitable for those who cannot help themselves by diving in with mask and snorkel. Do not miss Guidaloca Bay, further south, the beach is small but still cozy and charming, set across a green length and a large rocky ridge. It is possible to rent umbrellas and chairs.
In the immediate surroundings there are numerous dive sites, some a little busier, while others are decidedly more secret: Cala Bianca, Cala Rossa and Punta Pispisa are chosen by the most daring and reached only by boat, given the difficulty of the dive into the sea.
Cala Mazzo however, hides a small beach of white sand in front of a beautiful turquoise sea. To get there, you will need to take a dirt road.
To the south, Scopello is a stage of departure for excursions and trekking inside the Natural Reserve of the Zingaro, a place to discover unspoiled landscapes.
In the evening Scopello becomes a place for walking and fine cuisine, where it will not be difficult to find among the narrow streets of the village, restaurants or taverns to taste the delicacies of the local cuisine as well as fresh fish and several couscous dishes prepared with genuine products of the ‘hinterland of Trapani.
Along with San Vito lo Capo, Scopello is a popular choice by Italians and foreign tourists for the coast of Trapani.