It is the last town on Palermo’s west coast. It has an extremely long beach (public beach/facilities available), sided in some parts by pine trees and hosting some bathing establishments. The old town has a typical grid plan, with a lovely central square where, in summer, you can enjoy a drink in one of the several cafés. In the surrounding area there are the Madonna del Ponte Sanctuary, a pilgrimage site, and the Calatubo castle, a fortress on the top of a cliff, dating back to the Byzantine period and rebuilt by the Arabs. 
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