Alcamo is situated 270 miles (435 kilometers) south of Rome, the country's capital.
Discover why Sicily is so popular by travelers from all four corners of the globe, by experiencing the numerous natural and man-made attractions around Alcamo. To explore the area in even greater depth, head 17 miles (27 kilometers) where you'll find Custonaci. Here you can pay a visit to the Prehistoric Caves Mangiapane and Monte Cofano Nature Reserve.
Around 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northeast of Alcamo is Palermo, an important regional center and the home of Vucciria Market, Teatro Politeama and Villa Malfitano. If you still have time left, check out Utveggio Castle, San Francesco d'Assisi Church and Palermo New Gate (Porta Nuova) before returning to Alcamo.
You'll find a few moments of relaxation at Sicily's shrines. Go to Sicily's popular historic palaces, it's a good way to explore the area's fascinating history.
If you are looking for a break from sightseeing, why not check out the local watersports? Water skiing and scuba diving are both popular in the area. In this hectic world, the perfect holiday often means finding good places to relax. When it's time to de-stress, take your lead from the locals and have a go at camping or sunbathing.
When the time comes to leave Alcamo, say farewell the way locals do, with a heartfelt "Ciao."