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Macari, between the blue of the sea and the green of nature

Made famous by the fiction “Màkari” aired on Italian television, we get to know Macari better, a small seaside town really close to the more famous San Vito Lo Capo.

Macari is studded with beaches and coves characterized by the blue of the sea and the green of an unspoiled nature and is an unmissable destination for those who want to discover the most authentic places and, of course, good food while visiting Sicily.

Although the town is very small, the name Macari refers to an entire side of the gulf, which is wild and breathtaking. It is in fact a crescent-shaped coast dotted with rocks from which coves, sheer cliffs and golden sandy beaches peek out, offering the possibility for sea lovers to choose between rocks, stones and sand, which are all located just a few meters away from each others – perfect for those who want to enjoy them all on the same day!

Among the places in the surroundings of Macari that should be visited, we cannot fail to mention the Cala del Bue Marino, with its sea characterized by ​​a thousand shades of green, blue and turquoise, the Caletta Rosa, whose name derives from the color of its flat rocks, and the Baia Santa Margherita, a beach where stretches of sand as far as the eye can see merge with the waves of the sea. As the names of the beaches and coves already suggest, color is one of the most important aspects of the landscape, especially during the spectacular sunsets on Monte Cofano and even on the Egadi Islands, on particularly clear days, where the red of the sun spreads on the shades of the sea.

Speaking of Macari it is impossible not to mention, moreover, the beaches of San Vito Lo Capo and the Zingaro Nature Reserve, ideal locations to enjoy completely the Sicilian sea, in locations of unique and unforgettable charm.

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