Cous Cous Fest in San Vito Lo Capo. All information about the event.2017 streaming
We were in the evening before the closing day last week Without this festival it would be more boring. Fun, tasty, interesting, beautiful. The tasting is We planned our Sicily trip around this festival, Disappointed in the quality of food and it was pricey, still had the beach at San Vito Lo Capo, the best in Europe. The tasting is accompanied by evening concerts of Italian musicians. Gathers a lot of tourists and local residents.
Couscous can be cooked in many different ways, offering also special recipes reinvented from great chefs at the Cooking Show. Ten countries and more than 30 recipes with meat, fish, vegetables, exotic and gluten-free variants.
oroscopo 28 maggio 2017
San Vito Lo Capo is one of the most famous summer residence of Sicily, for the beauty of its beach that in the best Italian beach was elected. Nestled on the beautiful beach that has made him famous around the world, San Vito Lo Capo, with its mild climate even in winter, it is one of the most popular destinations in western Sicily and is located a few kilometers from the famous Zingaro Nature Reserve. The Mediterranean atmosphere that you breathe, the wealth of natural beauty and numerous cultural opportunities of the surroundings make San Vito Lo Capo the ideal destination for a beach holiday with the whole family. The heart of the town is Piazza Santuario overlooking the Via Savoia, full of shops and local, very popular especially in the evening, a favorite meeting place for shopping and relaxation. In the square there are concerts and shows and also perform street artists in the long warm summer evenings, while the premises on the beach at sunset young people meet for friendly Happy Hour. But it is the beautiful beach that all meet and stay relaxed the hottest hours of the day. On the coast road that runs along overlook many restaurants and bars, where you can comfortably have a snack or lunch overlooking the sea and where it is good to be back in the evening to meet friends.
Every year, great chefs come to this beautiful corner of Sicily, from different countries, to live, with the pretext of cooking, a unique experience, comparing with cheerfulness among the stoves, preparing original and tasty cous couses surrounded by a more and more attentive audience. In a multi-ethnic atmosphere you can taste the peace of the 6 Cous Cous Houses located along the streets of the center or on the beach in a Berber tent or at the WAHA where you will feel the desert dunes. Ten days rich in events, from morning to afternoon, cultural encounters, cooking shows and talkshow, and in the evenings there is so much music and entertainment on Santuario Square or on the beach with artists of great fame. A really special couscous, with fennel and pomegranate crumble, grilled orate fish and dusting of wild summation that struck the jury with its harmony and balance. Want to experience the unique atmosphere of the Cous Cous Fest?
Le Case di Palma
It is the 20 th anniversary of the festival that takes place annually in the Province of Trapani, Sicily. The Festival will celebrate the recognition and use of couscous in different types of cuisines, having originated in the dunes of Magreb and now popular across the world.
Cous Cous Fest a San Vito Lo Capo
I had never been to Sicily so when my Sicilian friend, Federico, proposed a trip, I was game! San Vito Lo Capo, located on a promontory jutting dramatically into the Tyrrhenian Sea on the northwest coast of the island, has been hosting the Couscous Fest, also known as the International Cultural Integration Festival, each September for the past 20 years. The festival celebrates multiculturalism with an international couscous cook-off as its main event with chefs invited from all over the world. Within a few minutes I spotted a table with more Italian licorice than I had ever seen. The heart of San Vito and the festival is Piazza Santuario and its radiating streets where artists, vendors, concerts, and activities took place almost continuously during the day festival. Tastings of the day's fare, cooking demonstrations by famous chefs and symposia by experts on biodiversity all helped bring the festival-goers together through cultural exchange and food.