Dreamy places for a memorable holiday

San Vito Lo Capo and its surroundings

The area of San Vito Lo Capo embraces a series of enchanting territories that embody the unspoiled Mediterranean beauty of western Sicily. Places that will remain impressed in the hearts of their visitors; landscapes that seem drawn, where time seems to have stopped and every moment spent becomes a memory you will never forget.

Tradition and modernity coexist in one of the liveliest villages in Sicily

San Vito Lo Capo, a country with two souls

San Vito Lo Capo is the ideal town for those who want to spend a relaxing stay, slowing down the fast paced times of the daily routine, without giving up the opportunity to live fun and stimulating moments. Among the streets of the village you can find traces of fishermen’s ancient habits marking the slow daily life of the village.

At Nighttime, San Vito Lo Capo reveals its modern soul, which has made the small town one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Sicily: among the typically Mediterranean scents and colors of jasmine and bougainvillea, a lively nightlife comes to life, capable of entertaining tourists of all ages. Lots of clubs and events will enliven the evenings of a holiday that is actually the perfect blend of relaxing quiet and sparkling fun.

The perfect match between accessibility and an enchanting sea

San Vito Lo Capo’s beach

There are no words to really describe the magnificent beach of San Vito Lo Capo. A coastline of about 3 km, where an expanse of fine golden sand laps the stretch of coast bordered by the embrace of Mount Cofano, characterized by clear waters and shallow sandy bottoms.The beach of San Vito Lo Capo, already elected the most beautiful in Italy, is also 100% accessible, to really offer anyone the opportunity to enjoy the immeasurable beauty of sicilian sea.

The soul of Sicily, between unspoiled nature and breathtaking landscapes

The Zingaro Reserve, Monte Monaco and Monte Cofano

The whole area surrounding San Vito Lo Capo is a concentrate of unspoiled beauty, capable of giving its visitors suggestive views and experiences in close contact with nature. The Zingaro Reserve, the first natural reserve in the history of Sicily, is an area of 7 km of coastline that connects San Vito Lo Capo to Scopello and that preserves the typical flora and fauna of the place, in a succession of coves and paths ideal for trekking and walks surrounded by nature.

Monte Monaco is the silent guardian of San Vito Lo Capo: from the top of its peak it is possible to embrace the panorama of the Tyrrhenian Sea, to live the exciting experience of a sunset with pink-orange hues.

Monte Cofano and its nature reserve are another corner of paradise, where the wild beauty of the Mediterranean scrub meets the ancient charm of tradition, embodied by the old Torre della Tonnara. The area houses the Bay of Santa Margherita, famous for its crystal clear waters and its evocative landscapes.

Small but with great charm, the hamlets of San Vito Lo Capo

Macari and Castelluzzo

Macari and Castelluzzo are two fractions of San Vito Lo Capo, small villages where you can touch the ancient Sicilian traditions. Close respectively to the two reserves of Monte Cofano and Zingaro, Macari and Castelluzzo are the perfect destination for those who want to take a break from city life, indulging in the slow and compressed rhythms typical of small seaside villages, interspersed with excursions and walks immersed in the Mediterranean nature of the surroundings.

Discovering the province, between art and tradition

Erice and Trapani

The province of Trapani offers a rich artistic and landscape heritage to its visitors. Moving from San Vito Lo Capo, an ideal starting point to independently discover the territory. Trapani, is a coastal town, which stands on a strip of sickle-shaped land, which will conquer its visitors with the strong flavors of its food and wine tradition, the changing colors of its recently renovated historic center and the joy of its nightlife.

Erice is a medieval village, where life seems immune to the flow of time: its stone houses, its castle, its cobblestone paths that lead to numerous historic churches, characterize the village that dominates the province from above, giving a soulshaking view.

Erice view