There is a place in Trapani which I have literally fallen in love with. Where Italy begins or ends, depending on whether you come from the sea or from inland. It's at the very tip of the city, in fact it's the North-Western-most point of Sicily itself. The TORRE DI LIGNY. Originally it was built as a watchtower, to warn local people of possible attacks from the sea, now it has been turned into a museum. Located between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, it is a fascinating place, the air is unbelievably clean and fresh. I can just sit here for hours looking out into the open sea.
Here I'm standing behind the tower, this is where the two seas meet. Notice how tightly I am holding on to the railing, it's pretty scary here, below you have rocks and the deep sea. Just until a few years ago there was no railing and it was terrifying to walk around the tower, but exhilarating at the same time.
Fishermen at work below the tower.