Capo d’Orlando


Capo d’Orlando was originally a fishing village but today it has become a small tourist centre. The town is located on the northern coast of Sicily, near a cliff on which stands an ancient lighthouse overlooking the beach and the town. Thanks to its numerous and beautiful beaches, Capo d’Orlando today mainly lives on summer tourism; the sea here is very clear and clean, shimmering in all shades of blue and green, from cobalt to emerald.

Capo d’Orlando is a small seaside resort full of that simple and seafaring atmosphere typical of Sicilian cities and a beautiful recently opened marina.

Capo d’Orlando is one of the most popular seaside resorts on the Tyrrhenian coast. It is about one hour away from Cefalù, towards Palermo and Milazzo, on route to Messina. It is also the perfect starting point for adventurous trips out of town, exploring the Sicilian villages, that sit between the sea and the mountains.