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San Vito lo Capo

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San Vito lo Capo is a town in Trapani province.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

Take the motorway Palermo-Trapani, exit Castellammare del Golfo, continue along the SS187 road in to direction San Vito Lo Capo.

By bus[edit]

San Vito lo Capo is connected by bus to Palermo and Trapani (see AST website.

By plane[edit]

  • Airport Falcone-Borsellino, Palermo-Punta Raisi (take the motorway Palermo-Trapani, exit Castellammare del Golfo, continue along the SS187 road in to direction San Vito Lo Capo. Distance from airport 100 km.).
  • Birgi airport of Trapani (take the direction Trapani and proceed to San Vito Lo Capo. Distance from airport approximately 90-100 km.). With many flights operated by Ryanair

By Train[edit]

The nearest railway station is located in Trapani, continue in to direction San Vito lo Capo approximately 40 km.

By Ferry[edit]

Ferries from Genoa, Rome, Civitavecchia, Naples to Palermo, then on the motorway Palermo-Trapani, exit Castellammare del Golfo, continue along the SS187 road towards San Vito Lo Capo.

During the summer San Vito lo Capo is connected daily with Favignana.

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

Riserva dello Zingaro
  • Del Secco tuna-fishing net.
  • St. Vito Martyr Sanctuary and museum.
  • Riserva naturale dello zingaro (Zingaro Nature reserve). Daily from 7 to 19. The Zingaro has a large variety and abundance of rare and endemic plants it also has a rich fauna. The Zingaro Nature Reserve does not only include the land, but also the sea and beaches, which stretch along the coast for almost 7 km. They are beautiful and almost all sandy and lapped by the clear blue sea, and can be reached along various, rather steep paths.

Do[edit]

  • 1 Occhioalboma, Via Duca degli Abruzzi.. Pass a day on a sailing boat nearby one of the most beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean, the Bay of Santa Margherita, Bay of San Vito lo Capo, and then the Zingaro Natural Reserve.

Buy[edit]

Eat[edit]

Lo Stagnone. Good seafood, popular with locals.

Drink[edit]

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Go next[edit]

  • Segesta — the site of an ancient Graeco-Roman city famous for its temple and theater;
  • Selinunte — another Graeco-Roman city famous for its archaeological park;
  • Erice


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