San Vito lo Capo
San Vito lo Capo is an ancient fishermen hamlet placed at the slopes of the Monaco Mount – right in front of a beautiful beach of white sand lapped by crystalline waters – precisely at the north-western tip of Sicily, 30 Km away on the north-eastern side of Trapani. The present seaside village has developed around the ancient Saracen fortress – which has become a sanctuary now – and is characterized by low white houses, built one next to the other, all adorned with luxuriant Mediterranean plants. Pretty characteristic is the sea-front promenade with its small bars, night pubs and typical restaurants where you get the chance to taste gastronomic fish-based specialities and the famous “cous cous” which still in the present days is cooked in the full respect of the traditional Arab recipe. In its outskirts worth visiting is: the Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro (Natural Reserve), a real paradise for those ones who are fond of nature and sea.
Erice is 30 Km away, Trapani is 30 Km away, Marsala is 60 Km away, Mazara del Vallo is 80 Km away, the Egadi Islands (links from Marsala and Trapani), Segesta is 50 Km away, Selinunte is 80 Km away, Agrigento is 180 Km away, Palermo is 100 Km away, Catania is 280 Km away.