San Vito Lo Capo

San Vito Lo Capo is a popular seaside resort, especially for its beautiful Costa that opens in a bay and beautiful beach with crystal clear water that is tinged with shades of the blue clear green and blue.

San Vito is a small all-white built around its mother church in 700. The hub of the country is this church, square and massive reminiscent of his birth as a Saracen fortress. Inside there was a small church dedicated to St. Vito (sort, where the saint is said to have lived), which had become too small to accommodate all the pilgrims, was expanded to incorporate his "defense."
The road from Custonaci climbs on his head, enjoying views over the Gulf of Cofano. Before reaching San Vito on the left you can see one of the towers sixteenth so frequent in this area and along the beautiful chapel of St. Crescentia (XVI c.), From the typical form in Cuba. After San Vito you can see, on the left, the old Tonnara del Secco, now disused, and reach the Tower of the solitary (not visible in the first leg, but only to return), also sighting. At the end of the road lies the beautiful Zingaro Nature Reserve.
The Mount Hood - Nature Reserve, this impressive limestone lace crown and the gulf that offer a beautiful spectacle of steep reddish walls that are reflected in crystal clear water. Take the road that skirts the mountain on the right, before Custonaci. Along the rocky side were opened some quarries of marble Pearl of Sicily whose whiteness contrasts with the color of burnished rough rock. Near the cave is the Cave Mangiapane (locations Scurati) that houses inside a small rural settlement complete with chapel and cobbled street. The charm of this abandoned village, vaguely Mexican (with square houses the colors of burnt sienna), lives at Christmas time when there is a charming nativity scene set up.
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