Custonaci is located in the province of Trapani, on the island of Sicily. It is known for its production of marble, and the numerous marble quarries and the quality of the land in the area have led to the creation of several natural caves, or grottos. One of the most popular tourist attractions in the town takes place in the Mangiapane Grotto from July to September, when live nativity scenes are portrayed in the cave. The Grotta di Scurati contains a miniature village and is now a museum. The Grotta Miceli contains line etchings done in the Paleolithic period.
Nearby in Segesta, there is a Doric temple that is 2,500 years old, as well as an ancient Roman theater. Scopello is known for its sea rock formations, and Marsala is also close with its famous wine. For budget Custonaci hotels or for cheap hotels in any of the surrounding towns, be sure to search EasyToBook.com.
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