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The Sea between San Vito Lo Capo, Makari, and Castelluzzo.

San Vito beach, a wide beach with very fine sand, both equipped and free, suitable for children and families.

Baia Santa Margherita, a beach at Makari overlooking the panorama of Monte Cofano, both equipped and free, suitable for children and families.

The Tonnara del Secco, a wide ramp formerly used for tuna boats, just a few minutes from the center of San Vito.

The cove of Bue Marino, awarded in 2015 by the Italians “The most beautiful is you” through the Legambiente Contest.

Isulidda, very close to Bue Marino, the cove of Isulidda is so named for the large rock (small island) it overlooks.

Cala Mancina, a cove with high rocks behind it where you can go climbing.

Bagni di Venere, a series of coves accessible by boat or by a walking path, with crystal-clear waters.

Lido Cala Azzurra, between Makari and Monte Cofano, a rocky beach both equipped and free.

Baia di Cornino: sand, rock, and wooden platforms on another side of Monte Cofano.

Festival SiciliAmbiente

Cinema. Non-fiction. Music.
On the beach, by the shore.
July 15-20, 2024
San Vito lo Capo.

Le saline

A lagoon dotted with salt pans and mills which take on magical colors and atmospheres at sunset.

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