: Sciacca, Verdura Golf
- Cave di Cusa
- Ancient Greek temples in Segesta and Selinunte
- The small island Mozia and the Aegadian Islands, reachable by hydrofoils leaving from Marsala.
- Mazara del Vallo and its museum of the “Dancing Satyr'
- Nature Reserve 'Foce del Fiume Belice'
- Natural Reserve 'Saline di Trapani e Paceco'
- Natural Reserve 'Gorghi Tondi'
- Erice and Salemi
- Cretto di Gibellina in Gibellina Vecchia. After the1968 earthquake the village of Gibellina was abandoned. The internationally renowned artist - Alberto Burri - decided to preserve the memory of Gibellina by throwing cement over its surface. The result is an impressive piece of land art.
- Sambuca di Sicilia and its lake 'Lago Arancio'
- Beach of Porto Palo
From Triscina several day trips are possible. Triscina is at only 10 minutes from Cave di Cusa where ancient Greeks extracted the boulders to build the temples of Selinunte. In 30 minutes you can relax on the beaches of Porto Palo, amongst the most beautiful in Sicily, on the beaches at the mouth of the river Belice or on the beaches at the lake of Sambuca di Sicilia. Just 10 minutes more and you can visit the village of Sciacca, which is a working fishing town with a well-preserved historic centre, famous for its sulphur baths and its artistic ceramics. The coast around Sciacca is sprinkled with excellent sandy beaches
The town of Mazara del Vallo and its museum of the Satyr are worth a visit. From there you cannot miss the nature reserve of “Gorghi Tondi” rich in migratory birds. Moreover, Mazara also offers a beautiful promenade and marina, many pubs, restaurants and the Arab casbah.
Sambuca di Sicilia is a historic Arab-Norman town with a beautiful lake 'Lago Arancio'. In the country side of Sambuca di Sicilia the premium wine producer Planeta can be visited. Originallyhome to the family and the business, the 17th century farmhouse stands between the ruins of an Arab castle, the Arancio lake and a mountain range. The vineyards “Ulmo” and “Maroccoli”extend over a total of 95 hectares, surrounding the first Planeta winery where the quality white wines Alastro (Chardonnay and Grecanico), Chardonnay and Cometa (Fiano) are produced.
Also within easy range is Marsala, with its old town centre full of wineries, the Egadi Islands, the Greek temple and theatre of Segesta and Erice. Agrigento is just 50 km away and is a major tourist centre due to its extraordinarily rich archaeological legacy. The beach of Scala dei Turchi and the archaeological site of Eraclea cannot be missed. At the Valley of the Temples, the Classical world comes alive. The temples are the largest and best-preserved ancient Greek buildings outside of Greece itself. They are listed as a World Heritage Site.
Taking the highway from Castelvetrano, you can get in 30 minutes to Gibellina Nuova and Gibellina Vecchia, which host numerous works of art of Consagra and Burri. Continuing for another hour you can reach the cosmopolitan city of Palermo, capital of Sicily.