The excursions go along San Vito Lo Capo coast

!tinerary 1 East Coast – Zingaro Reserve – Scopello stacks

Leaving the port, off the beach of San Vito Lo Capo, start your navigation towards Punta Solanto, with its Saracen Tower, also called "Punta di Levante". Once you pass the tower you will find to your right a small gulf where the "tonnara del Secco" is reflected. Going further along the cliff "firriato" and the "Lake of Venus", a body of water enclosed among the stacks.

Passing the village of calampiso, dominated by the Saracen Tower of ’Impiso, you will find yourself in the Zingaro Reserve. Seven kilometres of coastline covered by a lush mediterranean maquis that are reflected in transparent water and deapwaters rich in life.
On the coast of the Zingaro open seven wonderful coves which you can easily reach swimming.
If you have time you can decide to continue sailing towards Castellammare del Golfo to the "faraglioni" and the "tonnara di scopello", must-see for snorkeling enthusiasts, where you can admire the beautiful deapwater rich in fish such as Castagnole and Occhiate.

Sailing further another 4 miles you will reach Castellammare del Golfo where you can easily moor and enjoy the picturesque atmosphere of the seaside village. There are numerous docks and seafront clubs where you can have a coffee or a full lunch.

Itinerary 2 West coast – Monte Cofano Reserve

Leaving the port to your left you will pass round the lighthouse and in a few minutes of navigation you will find yourself in the small "Cala Rossa" characterized by red rocks from which it takes its name, immediately after "Cala mancina" in correspondence of the homonymous cave behind it, great spot for fishing in apnea.
Continuing to sail you pass the village El bahira and you find yourself in the Isulidda, a small pebble beach under the Saracen Tower, which takes its name from a rocky islet detached from the coast.
Continuing the navigation in the directions of Monte cofano we find the "Cala del Bue Marino", elected in 2015 the most beautiful of Italy by Legambiente and a little later the beach of "Baia Santa Margherita", the largest in the gulf.

The following cove is that of the "Calazza" in correspondence of a bunker tracing back to the second world war.
This coast is characterized by a lower as well as varied bottom, with sand and rocks, and has numerous sources of fresh underwater that make the water cooler than the eastern side.
This itinerary is completed by the small pebble beach of the "Tono" and the "Torre della tonnara di cofano" with its small village of houses once inhabited by tuna fishermen.

The estimated fuel consumption per each route is about 20 liters, it could change according to various factors, such as weather conditions, people on board, speed, etc.