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San Vito Lo Capo is a picturesque Italian resort in a dramatic location on the north western coast of Sicily. Acclaimed for its beaches, glorious climate and laid back atmosphere, San Vito Lo Capo has become an increasingly popular destination for sun worshippers seeking the perfect stretch of sand. The waters here are clear and warm, encouraging swimming and watersports. The town has a welcoming selection of relaxed restaurants serving traditional Sicilian fare and local wines. Use the Hotels.com travel website, specialists in online accommodation, to find the best value San Vito Lo Capo hotels, regardless of your requirements or budget level. Book San Vito Lo Capo accommodation in advance with Hotels.com to ensure a stress free vacation in Sicily
What's San Vito Lo Capo Like?
Located by the cape on the west coast of Sicily, San Vito Lo Capo is off the beaten track and has retained a tranquil and authentic Sicilian atmosphere. The beaches have pristine white sand and inviting clear waters. Inland, there are interesting hiking routes in the nearby mountains and great facilities for serious climbers and cavers. The town tourist office has some suggested itineraries and information on hiking trails. The Caverna della Capra Guasto is a cave that can be explored on foot without specialist equipment, and several of the caves in the vicinity feature neolithic era drawings. The nearby Zingaro nature reserve is a birdwatchers' paradise with the chance to spot peregrine falcons, kestrels and buzzards. San Vito Lo Capo hotels are the perfect base for exploring the dramatic coastline and attractive towns of western Sicily.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in San Vito Lo Capo
San Vito Lo Capo has not been discovered by large numbers of English speaking visitors so having a few Italian phrases will be necessary in the bars and cafes. Note that Sicily has a conservative culture and beach wear is not considered appropriate attire for sightseeing or for dining. Local cuisine blends Italian and north African influences. Couscous is a particularly popular dish on San Vito Lo Capo menus, and the town hosts an international couscous festival every September. Sicilian wines, including Marsala and the popular Nero d'Avola red, are favorites on the town's wine lists. The Hotels.com site features a wealth of information to help you narrow down our selection of San Vito Lo Capo hotels to your perfect option. Browse the candid and informative reviews from past guests and check the photo galleries and sample room descriptions to get a clear idea of what to expect from San Vito Lo Capo accommodation.