Baia Santa Margherita
An excellent example of sustainable tourism
Before arriving to San Vito Lo Capo and after passing by Castelluzzo village, you can admire one of the most pristine stretches of the western coast of Sicily.
We are talking about the coast that goes from Monte Cofano to Macari and where here is the beautiful Bay of Santa Margherita.
An amazing beach with crystalline waters and a beautiful Mediterranean envirement.
It is a good alternative to the beach of San Vito Lo Capo, expecially in the days of grecale winds and certainly a must for those who love to explore the natural beauty of our land and want find a quiet place.
The relaxing beach is served by a small bar where is possible to rent umbrellas and sunbeds.
Thanks to a little train that connects all the beaches to the car park it is very simple to visit all of them even with children.
Some of these coves are sandy while others are rocky or made of pebbles. Santa Margherita Bay is the largest and it is really close to the Nature Reserve of Monte Cofano.
An unforgettable experience for young and older.
A beautiful sea and a breathtaking nature make this side of the coast a little paradise where you can admire fantastic sunsets.
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From June 1 to September 30, from 8.30 to 20.30, the area is closed to vehicular traffic and visitors who want to reach the various parts of the coast.
Visitors with disabilities can enter by car. Two dedicated parking spaces are available in the vicinity of the sea.
You can park for free in one of the two parking lots, in Macari or in Castelluzzo, and use “ Ercolino”, the tourist train. The rides are every 10 minutes. The service is free
- Free train
- Rental umbrellas and sunbeds