San Vito Lo Capo

A Sicily that enchants and excites

 

San Vito Lo Capo, a small town located on the promontory of Capo San Vito, It is a place that welcomes every type of traveler and makes him feel at home; its intrinsic characteristics and its geographical location make it an ideal spot for those who want to spend a holiday in Sicily.

Sea, nature, gastronomy, nightlife, excursions, San Vito Lo Capo is a place of departure and arrival, a place to stop and relax, but also a place from which start short day trips.

San Vito Lo Capo

A place where time has stopped

 
San Vito Lo Capo - Ghibli Hotel

The fine white sand and the blue sea overhung by Monte Monaco are already worth the trip;
To this it is enough to add the scent of jasmine that you feel walking through the alleys and perfume of cooking that inebriate every corner.

In San Vito Lo Capo there are not only events that animate the town throughout the year, there is the opportunity to walk, play sports on the beach, get passionate about snorkeling, dare to climb or rent a boat.

And then there is the Zingaro Reserve, a few kilometers away, a place where time stops and you enter into symbiosis with nature. You can enjoy a breathtaking scenery along the path that leads from San Vito Lo Capo to Scopello, stop for a swim, then restart and discover in the small museums the ancient habits of the shepherds.
And if the Zingaro Reserve is not enough, there is the Monte Cofano reserve, leaving San Vito Lo Capo behind and following the road to Trapani.

The Gulf of Macari, Baia Santa Margherita are enchanting places for those who want to immerse themselves in the blue waters.
San Vito Lo Capo is the right place for a walk in Erice, a glimpse from above to the spectacular Egadi Islands and a taste of almond sweets that enchant the palate.

Trapani, the via del Sale (the Route of salt), Marsala make up an unforgettable scenery.
Segesta and Selinunte, archaeological areas of immense value, are places where time stops.
At a few hours drive, Palermo and Agrigento tell a Sicily of a time that seems far away, but that also lives in the corners that you do not expect.

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