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The town developed in the 16th century. Its name comes from the "trappetum cannamellarum" built here in the 15th century by Francesco Bologna for the processing of sugar cane, widely cultivated on the banks of the nearby River Nocella. In 1985, a number of renown painters created as series of large wall paintings along the road leading to the beach.
Churches (Monreale Diocese) include the following:
Links to other sites about Trappeto include: