With its suggestive panoramic landscape, Castellammare del Golfo is a precious jewel of Western Sicily where sea and land join together in perfect harmony.
There are several reasons that the town offers to those who decide to donate a pleasant holiday here. One of the most famous beaches, for example, is the Playa beach with its various restaurants that offer their customers the taste of excellent fish dishes and traditional culinary specialties.
The port with its marina is a must, this has always been a major tourist spot both for its historical and cultural importance and its amenities.
Here, visitors can admire the Arab-Norman castle in all its majesty, and visit its museum, dedicated to the mills and to both industrious and maritime activities and archeology.
For those who want to enjoy the pleasures of the sea, the marina is equipped with piers and offers diving boats for rent, boat excursions and sailing courses.
However, Castellammare del Golfo has much more to offer, such as attracting its visitors to its suggestive streets of the old town centre with its mysterious murals by the artist Giovanni Bosco, which you can come across quite ly unexpected on the walls of old buildings in the centre, as well as the excellent taste of the catch of the day with delicious dishes of local ciusine
Something else worth a mention is Scopello, a small part of Castellammare del Golfo’s community, which has always been an important tourist destination thanks to the Zingaro Nature Reserve, the stacks with the nearby tuna fishery – one of the most important in Sicily – the historic ‘Baglio’ village in the heart of Scopello and the ancient Bennistra Tower which offers breathtaking views
Finally, a visit to San Vito Lo Capo is not to be missed, known for its three kilometres of golden sand and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy.
A real natural paradise that makes the town the ideal place to spend enjoyable moments of leisure and relaxation.