Sea and Relax San Vito Residence
The house, perfect for a holiday with family or friends, is nicely furnished in the soft tones of pink and green and can comfortably accommodate 5 people. It features two bedrooms (one double bedroom and another room with bunk bed) and a single sofa bed in the living area; the latter is furnished with a table for 4, TV, sofa and kitchenette with gas stovetop, kettle, moka and fridge with freezer. A bathroom with shower stall completes the apartment.
The house is accessible through an independent entrance overlooking the outdoor patio, equipped with table and chairs for your complete relax. In addition, if you wish, you can park your car free of charge in a parking lot located in the same building.
We also offer to our guests truly authentic experiences to live like a local. If interested, visit our website wonderfulitaly.eu or contact us and we will be more than happy to help you out designing an unforgettable holiday to discover Italian beauties.
Famous for its crystal-clear waters, San Vito Lo Capo is considered as one of the most beautiful locations in Italy and worldwide, also thanks to its proximity to the Gulf of Macari, the Zingaro Reserve and the Gulf of Castellammare.
More specifically, the Zingaro Nature Reserve will seduce you: it is a protected natural area where the local flora and fauna coexist in harmony, and it is characterized by 3 paths (“costiero”, “di mezza costa” and “alto”) enriched by numerous coves, where their crystalline waters stand out. For this reason, we suggest you take your mask and flippers with you, to fully enjoy the beautiful seabed that the reserve offers.
Also the Gulf of Macari, located just 5 km from San Vito, is not to be missed: here, the sea has some wonderful shades to be discovered.
30 km away is Erice, an ancient city of Phoenician and Greek origins, perched 751 m high on the mountain that bears the same name. Surrounded by the walls, the city is a maze of narrow streets with two faces: the sunny, bright one of the hot summer days, and that of the winter days, when one has the perception of visiting a place out of time.