Castellammare, when seen from the panoramic terrace next to the highway, is timeless and fascinating. This feeling grows stronger when you arrive in the town and walk through the port, between docked boats and fishing nets laid out to dry. An Arab-Norman castle built on the seafront guards the town, majestic and severe. Today, thanks to a footpath, you can walk around its walls and be transported back to the age of duels and battles. Marine grottos, beaches and bays make this place even more special. Don't miss the grotto of St. Margaret, with its frescoes of sacred imagery.