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Tour Description

  • 8 days
  • suggested
  • multi-centres

This is the perfect Sicilian beach escape, combining two fantastic north-coast seaside towns. San Vito Lo Capo’s beaches look like they were plucked from Sardinia, while Cefalu’s more lively beach runs alongside the old town, where there’s plenty to do if you need a little more activity. There’s also the option to extend your stay with a few days in historic Palermo. 

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At a glance

• Split your stay between two Sicilian beach towns
• Sunbathe on the white sands of San Vito Lo Capo
• Explore Cefalu’s atmospheric old town
• Extend your trip with a stay in island capital Palermo

Suggested Itinerary

Day 1-3: Cefalu

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Points of Interest

Map of Day 1-3: Cefalu

On arrival in Sicily, pick up your hire car and make your way east to Cefalu. This coastal town has a handful of golden sandy bays backed by a photogenic old town. 
Spend your days on the beach (where you can hire parasols to shade you from the Sicilian sun), or wander through the narrow lanes of the medieval old town, seeking out family-run trattorias and gelaterias for afternoon ice-creams. 
A half-hour drive south of Cefalu and you’re in the verdant hills of the Parco delle Madonie. Set aside some time to explore a few of the hillside towns here – we love Castelbuono, where you’ll find cobbled streets, quaint churches and a lovely, laid-back way of life. 

 

Day 4-7: San Vito Lo Capo

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Map of Day 4-7: San Vito Lo Capo

Around two and a half hours’ drive west of Cefalu is your next destination, the beach resort of San Vito Lo Capo. 
Still relatively unknown to British visitors, San Vito Lo Capo is like a slice of Sardinia in Sicily. While most of Sicily has golden or pebbled beaches, the bays here are all white sands and turquoise waters. 
The town is charmingly Italian – think cafés crowded with locals and rustic trattorias serving up the catch of the day – with the 1st-century San Vito Sanctuary at its heart. 
Just next door is the sprawling Lo Zingaro Reserve, a seven-mile stretch of olive groves, rosemary-edged walking trails and rugged, unspoilt coves. We’d recommend packing a picnic and spending a day exploring the reserve.

 

Day 8: Sicily - UK

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Map of Day 8: Sicily - UK

Today, you’ll drive back to Palermo for your flight home. If you fancy extending your Sicilian stay, why not add a couple of nights in Palermo itself? The island’s capital city boasts buzzing markets, eerie catacombs and a UNESCO-listed Norman cathedral. 

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Flight Information

Flying is the quickest and easiest way to get to Italy from the UK and there are plenty of direct flights available to most airports within Italy. The biggest choice of flights are available from London and Manchester but you'll also be able to fly to certain destinations from regional airports. Flights take from 2 to 4 hours depending on where you fly from/to.

Visa Information

At the current time, British citizens do not require a visa to visit Italy.

Tipping

Tipping isn’t expected in Italy and most Italians do not leave a tip for a service they receive from any of the following places: restaurants, salons, pubs or bars and taxis. However, by leaving a tip, you may receive quicker and more pleasant service.