Travel Blogs from San Vito lo Capo
No words can do justice to the magic of this place: the food, the climate, the people, the unmatched scenery and history -- no wonder this place honouring the goddess Venus is a cross-roads of great minds from ancient civilisations to present time.
Arriving at Erice - June 15
Ryanair, delayed a bit, but no dramas. It was raining heavily in Rome, but arrived in a very sunny Trapani! Heat was scorching, but ...
Sicily never fails to amaze with its ancient monuments. Segesta and Selinunte were a fascinating day trip. Both were built around 400 centuries BC, the earliest and most important Greek colonies in Sicily.
First stop was Selinunte. The Doric temple and the Acropolis were highlights of this most important ancient Greek colony in Sicily. We had to pay 6 Euros entrance. The bus had to pick us up from ...
... have a choice of bus... The views walking along were awesome, and heightened the sense of adventure... Till i got to a crossroads and had no idea which way to go! Luckily I flagged down a car and was able to check with them. I wasn't successful finding anybody going in my direction till I got onto the autostrada (motorway), where there was an old guy setting up a stall and called me over to ask where I was going... When he gave me a proposition to join ...
... ago with help x. They are both here as friends, and apparently many other friends come to stay and help now and again.
The work is basically to do what I think needs doing... Help in the kitchen, helping to pull up weeds etc. Giodarno had to go to Palermo for 3 days, so when he gets back we will build a wall in the kitchen so that its not totally outdoors!
The last couple of days myself and Jet (the Swede) have been ...
... My gentle reverie was interrupted by the appearance of Ian in his swimming trunks, dripping water over the restaurant floor, in search of the key. Mrs Vittorio looked mildly disapproving but then shrugged her shoulders at this show of English eccentricity. An hour later and we were ready for the off. My references to Giorgio Locatelli the previous evening must have given the impression that we were famous food critics rather than hungry cyclists so lots of ...
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Other places to stay in San Vito lo Capo
Via Duca degli Abruzzi , San Vito lo Capo | Hotelfrom $70
Via Litoranea 57 , San Vito lo Capo | Hotelfrom $118
Via Gen Arimondi 61, San Vito lo Capo | Hotelfrom $81
Via Mazzini 13, San Vito lo Capo | Hotelfrom $103
via Fiorio d'Ischia, San Vito lo Capo | Hotelfrom $94
Via Cavour, 104, San Vito lo Capo | Hotelfrom $87
Via Savoia, 263, San Vito lo Capo | Hotelfrom $64