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ITINERARY TRAPANI - SAN VITO LO CAPO

Name: Within San Vito Lo Capo and the “Tonnara” of 

Bonagia 


Kilometers: Outward 40.23Km; Return around 

39.51Km - TOTAL 79.74 KM



Difficulty: Medium/High 4/5

Location and/or turist spots: Trapani -Cornino - San 

Vito lo Capo - Monte Cofano - Via dei Marmi - “Tonnara” 

of Bonagia.

Information and advice: a road bike or a trekking 

bike, are recommended.

Road surface: 80% asphalt, 20% dirt.

DESCRIPTION

I

t is a very suggestive trail that runs along the Sicilian 



coastline to the village of San Vito Lo Capo. The way back is 

nearly the same, except for the circumnavigation of Monte 

Cofano which is optional.

The trail begins from Piazza Vittorio in Trapani and proceeds 

towards San Vito lo Capo, through a bike path and then 

continuing on a major road. A detour at km 9.96 leads to the 

optional route of the coastal road Bonagia/Cortigliolo.

Proceeding along the major road SP18 towards San Vito, you’ll 

pass through the village of Cornino at Km 17.62. Then, you’ll 

finally reach San Vito lo Capo, a lovely town located on the 

promontory of Capo San Vito, where the coastline, all made of 

rocks, opens and forms one of the most beautiful and famous 

beaches of Sicily.

Between history and legend, the birth of San Vito lo Capo is 

very charming and characteristic: it seems to have been born 

around a “little chapel”, later become a sanctuary, consecrated 

to San Vito who worked there making many miracles, and 

today it is still revered and celebrated. In the old village center 

you can admire the sanctuary of San Vito Martyr and the small 

temple of Saint Crescenza. Also in the main street there is 

the Maritime Museum which houses wreckages recovered 

from the seabed of San Vito. The evocative Nature Reserve of 

Zingaro, with its beautiful inlets and hiking trails surrounded 

by the nature, is located just 1 km away from San Vito . The 

return trip is scheduled on the same trail, although at km 

48.20 you can choose to continue along Via dei Marmi on the 

major road SP18, or to circumvent Monte Cofano. The great 

circumnavigation of Monte Cofano is very challenging and 

suitable for mountain biking and trekking; many places still 

need to be traversed using a walking pace. A track, between 

inlets and Chamaerops Humilis (palmettos), goes along the 

perimeter of the mountain to come back again on the road 

which that passes through the village of Bonagia, where you 

deviate to visit the Tonnara of Bonagia, at km 69. It opens 

onto a tiny harbor that once was a shelter for fishing boats, 

but nowadays is entirely for tourist use. Despite significant 

transformations, the Tonnara, which already existed in the 

Norman period, kept its original appearance of Baglio (typical 

rural Sicilian facility) with a large central courtyard, in which 

there were various buildings like a little church currently 

existing (where the Rais with the fishermen gathered in prayer 

before facing the burdens of the tuna fishing), warehouses, 

stables, a kitchen, an ancient oven and a mill. In the outside of 

the Tonnara you can admire the many anchors and boats used 

for tuna fishing, the “mattanza”, a proof of a tradition now lost 

in this place. Leaving the Tonnara and continuing on the way 

back, you will reach again Trapani and the starting place in 

Piazza Vittorio.



PRODUCT GROUPS

Listed in the following hospitality facilities, you will find 

dedicated services to bikers.

CALATAFIMI SEGESTA

Tenute Gucciardi +39 338 50 82 944

antonino1.gucciardi@libero.it

CASE SANTE ERICE

Brezza Grecale Casa Vacanze +39 0923 56 68 69

arcipelagosrl@virgilio.it

FAVIGNANA

Noleggio Plaia +39 339 101 76 20

noleggioplaia@libero.it

Plaia Casa Vacanze +39 339 101 76 20

info@plaiacasevacanza.com

Insula Hotel +39 339 14 79 690

arcipelagosrl@virgilio.it

Aegusa Hotel +39 339 14 79 688

arcipelagosrl@virgilio.it

MARSALA

Casa Solare Rakalia +39 339 41 21 871 

casasolarerakalia@gmail.com

Baglio Oneto Resort and Wines +39 0923 74 62 22

info@bagliooneto.it

Disio Resort +39 0923 99 83 57

manager@disio.eu

Camping Lilybeo Village +39 0923 99 83 57

info@trapaniturismo.com

PANTELLERIA

Hotel Village Suvaki +39 333 53 23 459

direzione@hotelsuvaki.it

Corte dell’Itria Casa Vacanze +39 373 75 45 157

info@cortedellitriapantelleria.it

SAN VITO LO CAPO

El Bahira Camping +39 347 51 65 661

info@elbahira.it

Hotel Mediterraneo +39 0923 62 10 62

medimare@libero.it

Baglio la Luna B&B +39 335 83 62 856

info@baglioluna.com

Hotel Baia di Venere +39 0923 62 14 66

info@baiadivenere.com

Albergo Auralba +39 0923 62 14 47

info@albergoauralba.it

TRAPANI

Agriturismo Sanacore +39 0923 86 42 79

prenotazioni@sanacore.it

Agriturismo Valle Benuara +39 335 56 84 795

margherita.scognamillo@gmail.com

Officina Gastronomica Resort +39 0923 53 25 94

info@officinagastronomica.com

Hotel Vittoria +39 0923 87 30 44

info@hotelvittoriatrapani.it

Tra i Venti Casa Vacanze +39 373 75 45 157

info@traiventi.it

VALDERICE

B&B Al Frantoio +39 0923 83 69 51 / +39 333-3180116  



THE OTHER COMPANIES FOR BIKERS

Associazione Custonaci è Turismo +39 347 8300762

info@custonaciinsicily.it (

Custonaci

)

Noleggio Plaia +39 339 101 76 20



noleggioplaia@libero.it (

Favignana

)

Viva Pantelleria Agenzia Escursionistica +39 0923 91 32 83



info@pantelleriaisland.it (

Pantelleria

)

Ristorante Mediterraneo +39 0923 972027



medimare@libero.it (

San Vito Lo Capo

)

Y.M.C.A Climbing San Vito Lo Capo +39 0923 30 30 762



info@ymcaclimbingsanvito.it (

San Vito Lo Capo

)

FIAB Trapani  



fiabtrapani@gmail.com (

Trapani


)

Cicloturismo Sicilia Guida turistica +39 348 72 21 418

cicloturismodepasquale@gmail.com (

Trapani


)

PH:  Alessandro Tedesco

 Castelluzzo



ALTIMETER PLAN

Distance 



from WP 

to WP 


[mt]

Accumulated 

distance 

[mt]


 Altitude[m]

Roadbook 

Count

 Description



 1

 0

 0



 4

0

Start from Piazza Vittoria parking 0km to San Vito Lo Capo on major road 



SP20

 2

 3179



 3179

 4

Km 3+179



At the roundabout towards San Vito on SP20

 3

 5957



 9136

 6

Km. 9+136



Keep the right and proceed on SP20 towards San Vito Lo Capo

 4

 832



 9968

 10


Km.9+968

Turn left to ride along the coastal road Bonagia Cortigliola or continue to 

proceed towards San Vito

 5

 1025



 10993

 10


Km 10+993

Km. 0000


Turn left on SP18 to San Vito (road sign on way) (reset the odometer)

 6

 2912



 13905

 3

Km. 2+006



Turn left to the seafront of Cortigliolo. 

 7

187



 14092

 5

Turn right



 8

 895


 14987

 8

Km. 2+850



Turn right to seafront 

 9

 1111



 16098

 5

Km. 3+400



Proceeding along the seafront

 10


 355

 16453


 6

Km. 5+200

Km.0000

Turn right on SP18 towards Cornino  (road sign on way) (reset the 



odometer)

 11


 507

 16960


 6

Km. 0+510

At the croassroad follow the direction to Cornino

 12


657

 17617


 6

Km.1+200


Againg turn right to Cornino

 13


 1362

 18979


 10

Km.2+570


Km. 0000

You are in Cornino. Turn right on San Vito direction (reset counter). Go 

straight on Custonaci

 14


1259

 20238


 7

Km 3+170 

Continue for Custonaci till SP 16 crossroads, continue straight ahead (Via 

Purgatorio)

 15

2169


 22407

 7

Km.3+350



Turn right then turn left quickly on via Ragusa

 16


 53

 22460


 7

Km.3+370


Turn left on via Ragusa

 17


 587

 23047


 7

Go straight on SP 16 overstep Purgatorio in San Vito Lo Capo direction

 18

9339


 32386

 7

Km.13+400



Turn right after Castelluzzo in San Vito Lo Capo direction

 19


 7662

 40048


 29

Km.20+700

Turn left at crossroads (beach direction)

 20


 173

 40221


 33

Km.22+000

Km.0000

Turn right (beach direction) 



 21

 1224


 41445

 12


Km 0000

Return to Trapani

 22

 1215


 42660

 33


Km1+020

Turn left (Trapani direction) 

 23

 160


 42820

 29


Km.1+260

Turn right (Trapani direction)

 24

 5380


 48200

 58


Km.6+730

From here begins a dirt by M. Bonnet, viable by appropriate means . ( MTB 

or similar ) The dirt road continues with the Mount Hood Hiking . continue 

straight


 25

 12660


 60860

 58


Km.19+400

Turn left on Via dei Marmi SP 16 after Castelluzzo and Purgatorio (Trapani 

direction)

 26


 2220

 63080


 58

Km.21+400 

Turn right on SP18

 27


 5230

 68310


 8

Km.26+400

Turn right on SP20

 28


1030

 69340


 7

Km.27+400

Km.0000

Turn right on  Tonnara Bonagia. Reset  counter



 29

 270


 69610

 10


Km.0+400

Turn left on Via Alace. Go straight on the coast (Trapani direction after 

Bonagia)

 30


950

 70560


 6

Go straight on  Trapani

 31

9180


 79740

6

Km 11.400



Destionation Parking Piazza Vittoria

 Macari


PH:  Alessandro Tedesco

   

ITINERARY  TRAPANI - MARSALA

Name: The Road of Salt

Kilometers: Outward 39.92Km; Return around 43.20Km 

- TOTAL 73,10 KM



Difficulty:  Easy 2/5

Location and/or tourist spots: Nubia - Marausa lido 

- San Teodoro - Mozia - Saline - Marsala - Cantine Florio



Information and advice: Road surface:  100% asphalt. 

A road bike or a trekking bike, are recommended.



DESCRIPTION

T

his trail starts from the center of Trapani, precisely in the 



parking in Piazza Vittoria, close to the Central Station. 

The route runs across the tarmac between minor roads 

and major roads. Trapani was born in the north-west part of 

Sicily, surrounded by the sea and protected by Monte Erice. The 

old town center of Trapani fully reflects the essence of Sicily: a 

sequence of historical eras concerning monuments, churches, 

buildings, fountains and squares, that tell the past of Trapani 

and that make the different corners of the city characteristic. 

As a typical seaside town, the crucial center is the port that has 

gone through several changes over time. The morphology of 

the territory of Trapani is a small peninsula that extends to the 

sea. 


You can live Trapani passing through the port and moving on 

The Road of Salt towards the detour to Nubia. The “Oasi Saline” 

of Trapani with Paceco, constitute a Regional Nature Reserve 

which covers almost a thousand hectares within a site of 

Community Importance and Special Protected Area, managed 

by WWF. In the oasis an old method of salt production still 

persists. The Road of Salt, which extends from Trapani to 

Marsala, is exciting and breathtaking in some points. Visiting 

Nubia you can see the Salt Museum which looks back over 

the history and facts through so many centuries. The journey 

continues on the provincial road SP21 and at Km 10.50 you will 

meet the sign for Marausa Lido, the largest seaside resort of 

Trapani: its sandy bay is 3km long and the waters are shallow, 

surrounded on three sides by a breathtaking view of the Egadi 

Islands, the city of Trapani and Monte Erice. At Km 24 turn 

right towards the island of Mozia, a small island in the middle 

of a lagoon with its archaeological remains of the ancient 

Phoenician civilization as a testimony. In the Nineteenth-

century house of the archaeologist Whitaker, it is possible to 

visit the important archaeological museum. Proceeding on The 

Road of Salt you will ride among the typical windmills of the 

Saline. 


The arrival in Marsala is after 39.92 km of cycling. 

Marsala is the city of wine of Sicily but also a place full of history 

from the Phoenician origin, to Greek influences, Roman, Arab, 

Norman, Swabian, Angevin and Spanish. With the landing of 

Giuseppe Garibaldi - May 11, 1860 - the City wrote one of the 

most beautiful pages of the Risorgimento that, a year later, 

would have led to a united and republican Italy. 

Marsala is rich in art and unique contents. As a completion 

of this trail, there is the visit to the famous winery “Cantine 

Florio”. The return trip may be arranged on the route Marsala/

Paceco/Trapani so you will cycle in the hinterland, along the 

Sicilian countryside and the Lake of Paceco. The route is drawn 

on the map using a different road sign.

PRODUCT GROUPS

Listed in the following hospitality facilities, you will find 

dedicated services to bikers.

CALATAFIMI SEGESTA

Tenute Gucciardi +39 338 50 82 944

antonino1.gucciardi@libero.it

CASE SANTE ERICE

Brezza Grecale Casa Vacanze +39 0923 56 68 69

arcipelagosrl@virgilio.it

FAVIGNANA

Noleggio Plaia +39 339 101 76 20

noleggioplaia@libero.it

Plaia Casa Vacanze +39 339 101 76 20

info@plaiacasevacanza.com

Insula Hotel +39 339 14 79 690

arcipelagosrl@virgilio.it

Aegusa Hotel +39 339 14 79 688

arcipelagosrl@virgilio.it

MARSALA

Casa Solare Rakalia +39 339 41 21 871 

casasolarerakalia@gmail.com

Baglio Oneto Resort and Wines +39 0923 74 62 22

info@bagliooneto.it

Disio Resort +39 0923 99 83 57

manager@disio.eu

Camping Lilybeo Village +39 0923 99 83 57

info@trapaniturismo.com

PANTELLERIA

Hotel Village Suvaki +39 333 53 23 459

direzione@hotelsuvaki.it

Corte dell’Itria Casa Vacanze +39 373 75 45 157

info@cortedellitriapantelleria.it

SAN VITO LO CAPO

El Bahira Camping +39 347 51 65 661

info@elbahira.it

Hotel Mediterraneo +39 0923 62 10 62

medimare@libero.it

Baglio la Luna B&B +39 335 83 62 856

info@baglioluna.com

Hotel Baia di Venere +39 0923 62 14 66

info@baiadivenere.com

Albergo Auralba +39 0923 62 14 47

info@albergoauralba.it

TRAPANI

Agriturismo Sanacore +39 0923 86 42 79

prenotazioni@sanacore.it

Agriturismo Valle Benuara +39 335 56 84 795

margherita.scognamillo@gmail.com

Officina Gastronomica Resort +39 0923 53 25 94

info@officinagastronomica.com

Hotel Vittoria +39 0923 87 30 44

info@hotelvittoriatrapani.it

Tra i Venti Casa Vacanze +39 373 75 45 157

info@traiventi.it

VALDERICE

B&B Al Frantoio +39 0923 83 69 51 / +39 333-3180116 



THE OTHER COMPANIES FOR BIKERS

Associazione Custonaci è Turismo +39 347 8300762

info@custonaciinsicily.it (

Custonaci

)

Noleggio Plaia +39 339 101 76 20



noleggioplaia@libero.it (

Favignana

)

Viva Pantelleria Agenzia Escursionistica +39 0923 91 32 83



info@pantelleriaisland.it (

Pantelleria

)

Ristorante Mediterraneo +39 0923 972027



medimare@libero.it (

San Vito Lo Capo

)

Y.M.C.A Climbing San Vito Lo Capo +39 0923 30 30 762



info@ymcaclimbingsanvito.it (

San Vito Lo Capo

)

FIAB Trapani  



fiabtrapani@gmail.com (

Trapani


)

Cicloturismo Sicilia Guida turistica +39 348 72 21 418

cicloturismodepasquale@gmail.com (

Trapani


)

PH:  Alfio Garozzo

 

Marsala



R

egione


 S

iciliana


Assessorato del Turismo dello Sport e dello Spettacolo

ALTIMETER PLAN

Distance 



from WP to 

WP [mt]


Accumulated 

distance 

[mt]

 Track 


altitude[m]

Roadbook 

Count

 Description



 1

 0

 0



 8

Km.0000


Start from Piazza Vittoria parking (seafront direction – Via Palmeri)

 2

979



 979

 7

Km 0+960



At the crossroads turn left

 3

 1830



 851

 4

Km.1+013



Turn right on via Isola Zavorra

 4

 2707



 877

 6

Km.2+600



Take cicle path on the right

 5

 5715



 3009

 9

Km.5+650



Turn right on Via Libica. Follow indication to NUBIA (from here you can go 

for Nubia’s salt flat)

 6

 10050


 4784

 20


Km.10+300

Turn right if you want to visit Marausa. Go back on SP21

(C.da Spagnola) and go straight ahead till crossroads

At crossroads take the exit for Marsala . Reset  counter

 7

 22000


 11496

 11


Km.21+800 

Km.0000


At crossroads take the exit for Marsala. Reset counter

 8

 22059



 588.4

 15


Km.0+839

Turn right on (follow indication to Mothia)

 9

 24002


 1429

 16


Km2+007

Turn right on Mothia

 10

 24018


 162.4

 16


Follow the indication to S. Teodoro 

 11


 25032

 1142


 6

Km.3+440


Turn left on per Mothia

 12


 28044

 3122


 5

Km.6+370 

Km. 0000

MOTHIA . Reset counter

 13

 32095


 4514

 0

Km.4+330



Go straight ahead SP21 (Marsala direction)

 14


 33036

 405.8


 4

Marsala’s salt flat

 15

 35043


 2070

 11


Km 6+790

Turn right on via dell’Orto (seguire la litoranea)

 16

 39001


 3582

 9

Km.10+300



Swerve right and follow the Marsala’s 

 17


 39092

 912


 10

   Go straight ahead Marsala’s seafront

 18

 39896


 1107

 6

Km.12+300 



Km.0000 

Km.1+900


Destination cantine FLORIO. Reset counter. Same path for comeback

Turn right on via Isonzo

 19

 43082


 2790

 19


Km.2+690

Go straight ahead Via del Fante (SP21)

 20

 44062


 796.6

 15


Km.3+570

Go straight ahead Via Falcone (SP21)

 21

 45022


 602.3

 11


Km.3+780

At crossroads go straight ahead C.da Spagnola

 22

 45034


 12

 11


Km.4+190

Turn right on SP 21

 23

 55012


 9978

 26


Go straight ahead SP21

 24


 56085

 1073


 11

Km.15+700 

Km.0000

Take the second exit on the right (Trapani direction)



 25

 60019


 3934

 14


 Reset counter

 26


 69070

 9051


 11

Follow the directions to Trapani SP21

 27

 70049


 979

 6

Follow the directions to Trapani SP21



 28

 71700


 1197

 5

Follow the directions to Trapani SP21



 29

 72021


 321

 8

Km.13+550



Follow the directions to Trapani SP21

 30


 72560

 539


 8

Km.14+710

Turn left on Via Dorsale Z

 31


 73010

 450


 10

Km.16+000

Turn right on via Isola Zavorra

 

Marsala



PH:  Alessandro Tedesco

ITINERARY MARSALA – MAZARA DEL VALLO

Name: Wine, fish and history along the sea

Kilometers: Outward about 30.00Km

Difficulty: Easy 1/5

Location and/or tourist spots: Marsala - Port of 

Marsala - Torre Sibiliana (Sibiliana tower)- Sea-front of 

Biscione - “Strada del Vino” (meaning wine route) - Sea-

front “Fata Morgana” - Mazara harbor area - Mazara - Sea-

front Hopps

Name: Wine, fish and history along the sea

Kilometers: Outward about 30.00Km

Difficulty: Easy 1/5

Location and/or tourist spots: Marsala - Port of Marsala 

- Torre Sibiliana (Sibiliana tower)- Sea-front of Biscione - 

“Strada del Vino” (meaning wine route) - Sea-front “Fata 

Morgana” - Mazara harbor area - Mazara - Sea-front 

Hopps



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