Capo di Gallo and Mondello (PA) (video)

Mondello Beach, Palermo

This video is a beautiful take on Capo di Gallo Mondello beach in the north west of Palermo.

Mondello Beach is a stunning oasis located in the outskirts of Palermo. Known for its crystal-clear turquoise waters and fine golden sand, it is a popular tourist destination for both locals and visitors alike. The beach is surrounded by picturesque mountains and lush greenery, which make for a breathtaking view.

Mondello Beach is perfect for those who love to sunbathe, swim, and relax. The beach has plenty of amenities, including showers, changing rooms, and sun loungers available for rent. In addition, there are several restaurants and cafes along the promenade, offering a variety of delicious local cuisine and refreshing drinks.

For the more adventurous, there are plenty of water sports activities such as windsurfing, kite surfing, and paddleboarding available. The beach is also a great place to go for a romantic walk in the evening, watching the sunset and enjoying the cool sea breeze.

At times Mondello beach can be very crowded

if you want to avoid the crowds, there are certain times of year when Mondello is less busy. The summer months, particularly July and August, can be very crowded, making it difficult to find space on the beach. Consider visiting in May, June or September where the weather’s still sunny and warm, but not as packed with people.

If you are looking for other places to visit near Mondello Beach, you might want to consider the nearby Capo Gallo Nature Reserve, a protected area with stunning cliffs and turquoise waters.

You can get a very good idea of the coastline, when you compare it to maps as you watch this.

After the video, you may want to read Nicos tips on how to get there.

Capo Di Gallo Natural reserve located further away from Palermo, if you continue North west from Mondello, to the cape. It is a small, rural, and is known for its wild wineflowers and berryiculture. The Capo di Gallo natural reserve is also known for its carbon sequestering trees, such as the black cherry and the raspberry.

Capo Di Gallo Natural Reserveweb

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