Summer is just in San Vito Lo Capo
Put that has come the summer season; put that you're an Italian average; put that you like to spend the holidays in a place where the paradigm "sun, sea, relaxation" is considered a cult; put that this year you want to go in Sicily (or stay in Sicily if you are native): the key words are "San Vito Lo Capo."
Italy is beautiful all but one offering San Vito is unparalleled. If we were to list the advantages of this location would put primary emphasis on the beach: golden sand, clear blue sea, summer scent.
The environment is serene: children building sand castles, adults relax with a good book in your hands, swimmers who enjoy the crystal clear water. So who goes to San Vito tries definitely a quiet and relaxing place where you can forget the usual routine town. In the evenings, during sunset, the sky offers shades indescribable. And then the kitchen: every restaurant has at least a couple of dishes that is impossible not to enjoy. Obviously not miss the famous and delicious couscous! Inherited from the Arabs, this dish has now become, thanks to the Cous Cous Fest, the "Plate of Peace."
Maybe younger people will remain a bit disappointed by the lack of pubs open late, except for a couple that offer drinks and music until two in the morning, the village is not inclined to the nightlife is concentrated more in offering a 'excellent evening of relaxation, a walk along the main street or the promenade. But for those who love the sea and especially those who love to spend the whole day at the beach, there is a great lack.