San Vito Lo Capo beach


The ancient seafaring village of San Vito is located on the promontory that closes the Gulf of Castellammare, between the Zingaro Nature Reserve and the Cofano Mountain. It extends along the coast and, because of its white sand, every summer, it becames a popular destination for anyone in the area. The present village began to take shape during the XVIII century around an ancient Shrine, dedicated to the martyr St. Vito, saint patron of the city. The Cous cous with fish is a typical dish to which, every year in September, is dedicated the Cous Cous Fest, the International Festival of Cous Cous.