The sea and its traditions can be seen in every street and in every face in San Vito Lo Capo. Its beach doesn’t need any presentation, but its territory can have beautiful surprises: Castelluzzo, a small town tucked in the Valley of Olives, and also Macari. These two villages are less known but have got unique and pristine beaches, views and cuisine.
San Vito has been for a while a symbol of cous cous thanks to the annual Cous Cous Festival which attracts foodies from all over the world.
From San Vito’s peninsula to the city of Castellamare del Golfo you can find the Zingaro Reserve. You can reach coves, nature and the sea only if you walk through the path which crosses the reserve and is open to only pedestrians.
The flora and fauna of this area are extremely rich: 39 bird species, rabbits, foxes, porcupines and hedgehogs all living in an evergreen Mediterranean bush corner. The Reserve helps the beauty of this area to remain untouched. Traditions are kept alive. The school of weaving vegetable fibres has skilled weavers who are able to weave dwarf palms, reeds, olive trees, giant fennels and stalks of grain.
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