San Vito Lo Capo is characterized by white houses one on top of the other, one next to the other against a well-known sea with everchanging hues and colours. The splendid and impressive church-fortress dominates the old fishermen village and it is fascinating to discover it by walking along the tiny little streets around it and the main street Via Savoia.
The promontory Mount Monaco (The Monk) protects the little town and faces a bay of fine golden sand.
At sunset, the lighthouse lights the sea and the entire town, offering a harmonious palette of tinges and tones.
A few kilometres away, the grandiose view of the Zingaro Reserve, the first Nature Reserve in Sicily, a gem of a varied coast full of uncontaminated inlets and coves.
[su_note note_color=”#53A5D7″ text_color=”#ffffff” radius=”10″]Average temperatures
March min 12 °C max 17 °C
April min 13 °C max 19 °C
May min 15 °C max 25 °C
June min 17 °C max 27 °C
July min 19 °C max 32 °C
August min 20 °C max 32 °C
September min 18 °C max 28 °C
October min 17 °C max 25 °C
November min 13 °C max 19 °C
A unique scenery you can easily admire walking along its paths or by boat from the sea.
In San Vito Lo Capo you can spend a relaxing holiday and at the same time you can discover the many treasures of western Sicily: Erice
, Castellammare del Golfo
i and the Egadi islands
The beach, with its shallow water and fine golden sand, is the ideal place for children and for those who love relaxing being gently caressed by the sea breeze.
Group and personalized excursions can be arranged by the various agencies in town: by boat, shuttle buses or renting a car, a scooter or a bicycle.
Our staff will be glad to help you choose the best itinerary for you.
San Vito Lo Capo is also the right place for those who love sport and nature. The area is suitable for young and adults: snorkeling, fishing, climbing, bike trekking, walking, horse-riding.
For more information, visit: How to get to San Vito Lo Capo.