The coastline of Western Sicily is a real amusement park for climbers. The protagonists here are the Mediterranean sea, the golden tufas, and the laid-back Sicilian vibe. Besides the world-famous Salinella cliff near San Vito lo Capo, Western Sicily has so much to offer. Nature is still the protagonist here, creating countless possibilities for exploring off-the-beaten-track, and for finding yourself alone on cliffs with extraordinary rock quality and scenery. Near Custonaci, you will find impressive red-white-and-black tufas on the majestic overhanging Never Sleeping Wall; drive only 10’ south, and you will be climbing stunning limestone amidst the natural scenery of Erice and its hidden bays. A short drive towards the countryside, and you will be exploring the lush Scorace forest with its numerous sandstone boulders: true diamonds in the rough.
Once you land in Palermo, rent a car and drive towards the Trapani area. If you are staying at local climber Cata's B&B, you can enjoy a massive aperitivo overlooking the countryside and get some tips on the newly opened routes in the area.