Castelluzzo has been recognized as the village along the valley of the olive trees. A few kilometers from the coast where the most beautiful bays are located, Castelluzzo is countryside and sea.
The tranquility of the sea seasoned with the smell of the ground around it. Two magnificent reliefs overlook the village; Monte Cofano and Monte Monaco. At their feet, the sea opens up on rocks and small inlets.
In summer, a free train brings tourists to the cobblestone coves and the most famous beach in the area, La Baia di Santa Margherita, where guests can enjoy breathtaking sunsets. The beach has a refreshment point where you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas.
A few kilometers from San Vito lo Capo, Castelluzzo is the perfect destination for those who want to be close to the hubs of social life, but far from mass traffic.
Castelluzzo is also very close to Riserva dello Zingaro, Scopello and Castellammare del Golfo
San Vito Lo Capo
The kilometer-long beach and the low and transparent sea make San Vito the ideal destination for a comfortable holiday, especially for families.
Surrounded by rock, it is also a favorite place for climbers. The climbing festival welcomes many athletes every year.
The summer season is full of cultural events: books presentation, concerts and music on the beach. San Vito lo Capo is also culture, music and entertainment.
The Cous-cous Festival hosts many tourists every year and is known and appreciated all over the world.
Riserva dello Zingaro
The Riserva dello Zingaro is a place where history and nature coexist in an uncontaminated landscape. The routes that winds through 3 main paths has two entrances, one from Scopello and one from San Vito lo Capo.
Inside the Riserva there are museums, an ancient village and countless types of local, marine and terrestrial fauna. The Riserva is surrounded by dwarf palm trees and in the entire area you will encounter breathtaking coves. It can be visited only on foot, or by sea. Many boats offer interesting tours, leaving from San Vito or from Scopello.
At its center, Scopello has an ancient baglio (typical Sicilian country houses with a common lobby) on which graceful restaurants and craft shops overlook.
The tonnara, (place where tuna was processed) formerly used for mattanza (tuna fishing) is now privately owned and can be visited by paying a 3-euro ticket. Many tourists stop for a swim and admire the stacks not far from the riverside.
Castellammare del Golfo
It is overlooked by a castle: Castellammare del Golfo is a network of narrow streets and stairs leaning against the rock that go down towards the sea.
A city that lives by night, Castellammare is full of typical fish restaurants and has a very populated historic center, above all, young people who crowd the many bars.
Activities and Events
Widely Known all over the world, in San Vito lo Capo the taste of couscous is on stageshow more
Bagli olio e mare
Baia Santa Margherita turns into a restaurant by the sea.show more
It takes place every year in Spring, on the beautiful beach of San Vito.show more
Climbing enthusiasts from all over the world gather in October to continue feeling the summer.show more