San Vito Lo Capo ideal place for vacation, thanks to a sea of intense blue and a beach of fine white sand. From San Vito Lo Capo you arrive at the Nature Reserve of the Zingaro. Many events during the summer. Do not miss the International Festival of Cous Cous, held in September.

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San Vito lo Capo

 


   
 The Gypsy has an area of 1650 hectares and a coastline of about 7 km, formed by a rocky coast of the Mesozoic limestones, interspersed by numerous coves and characterized by overhanging cliffs from a height of up to 913 meters. (Monte Speziale) leads quickly to the sea.

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 Riserva dello Zingaro

 
   
 The Elimi Iruka called it the Punic EREC, the Greeks and the Romans Eryx. Centuries of history and myth make fascinating Mount Erice, which is characterized by the village of medieval, made up of narrow streets lined with cobblestones and basolato. For centuries, Erice, called by Muslims Gebel Hamed and Normanni Monte San Giuliano, was the place of worship of love, with the Castle of Venus, where, says the legend, Aeneas in his journey he stopped to pay homage to the Goddess mother. To see the walls Elimo - punic, the Mother Church, the Garden of Balio, Museo Civico "A. Cordici ". Erice is located at the Center for Scientific Culture "Ettore Majorana," where throughout the year are organized seminars and meetings of the greatest scientists of the world.

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 Erice

 
   
  The island-shaped butterfly is the largest of the Egadi and is visited by tourists for its beautiful sea, characterized by numerous creeks. Land rich in history (before the Egadi was fought the famous battle between Romans and Carthaginians), Favignana is known worldwide for the tradition of the "slaughter", fishing for tuna. To see the sites archaeologists in the area of St. Nicholas with finds of prehistoric times, a necropolis of the eighth century BC, those contrada Bosco, with finds from the Punic era. Do not miss a boat trip, which allows you to discover all the beauties of the sea.
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Island of Favignana
 
   
 The smallest of the islands Egadi is ideal for those who want to engage in hiking, thanks to the presence of many paths to walk. You can not miss a visit to the Grotta del Genovese, reachable by land or by boat, which preserves prehistoric graffiti. The island tour by boat to reach the many coves and swimming in a sea of intense blue.

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 Island of Levanzo

 
   
 E 'Egadi of the island furthest from Trapani and for this was still a real natural paradise, with rugged and enchanting nature and the sea crystal clear. Also significant in terms of archaeological features caves that can be reached by the boats of fishermen. E 'the ideal place for those who wish to spend a holiday in close contact with nature and respecting the traditions, habits and customs that no longer exist in other urbanized areas now.
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Island of Marettimo
 
   
 

  Accessible From the contrada Spanish, in the municipality of Marsala, was one of the largest centers Phoenicians in Sicily. The archaeological excavations have proved a valuable asset with a necropolis, home of the mosaics, a paved road. Do not miss a visit to the Whitaker Museum that conserves archaeological finds of great importance, as the Younger in tunic, a statue of Greek origin of the second half of the fifth century BC

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Mozia

 
   
 

 Archaeological area on Mount Barbaro, was, along with Erice, one of the main settlements of Elimi. The legend says was founded by Alceste, son of the Trojan Egesta, who had hosted Aeneas on his journey after the end of Troy. To see the temple in Doric style, the Greek Theater, the remains of a sanctuary is likely to ritual Elimo and the ancient city where you can see the ruins of some square towers, a gate and the remains of fortified walls.

 
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