I am very excited about today’s post as I will be taking you all back to the beautiful little town of San Vito Lo Capo, in Sicily. Today I will be reviewing one of my all-time favourite pastry shops: Pasticceria Peralta. Their sweets, pastries and cakes are the best in town!
Whenever we are in San Vito and feel like something sweet, we also pay this place a visit.
They make all kinds of delicious Sicilian treats like cassata, pesche dolci, cream puffs, ricotta filled graffe…
In fact, I really find it hard to make up my mind about what to choose!
Their cannoli, though, are simply perfect. When we last visited San Vito, we were lucky enough to witness how they actually make them. Here are some photos I took to be able to show you!
See how quickly they fill them!
We also saw them making and decorating cakes filled with lemon cream… yum!
And baking cassata’s.
If you are ever in town, check out Pasticceria Peralta, it highly recommend it!
RESOURCES ON MSM
SOME RECIPES FROM THE REGION OF SICILY:
Cazzilli/Crocche’ di patate
Ham and Cheese Sicilian Brioches
Spaghetti with home-made Tomato Sauce
Pasta con i Broccoli Arriminati
Sedanini with Swordfish and Eggplant
Busiati with Pesto Trapanese and Fried Eggplant
Pasta con le Sarde alla Palermitana
Busiati with Herbs, Pistachios and Zucchini
Sarde a Beccafico
Gatto’ di Patate
Baked Swordfish Involtini
Pork Involtini alla Palermitana
Home-made Sicilian Pork Sausage with Fennel
APPETISERS, SIDES & DRINKS
Sicilian Almond Milk
Bruschetta with Matarocco
Sweet and Sour Pumpkin
Biancomangiare with Citrus Salad
Pesche Dolci alla Siciliana
Gelo di Melone
Ricotta filled Graffe
Browse through all my Sicilian recipes here.
TRAVEL IN ITALY:
Venice Guide – Italy
Milan Guide – Italy
Rome Guide – Italy
Palermo Guide – Italy
Trapani, Erice and Segesta Guide – Italy
San Vito Lo Capo Guide – Italy
REVIEWS – ITALY:
Nonna Betta – Rome
Da Enzo al 29 – Rome
Da Bucatino – Rome
Azzurra – Macari
Panificio La Sala – San Vito Lo Capo
HOW TO GET AROUND IN SAN VITO LO CAPO & MACARI
The best way to get around in San Vito is on foot or by bike!
A car is necessary if you want to visit the surrounding areas like Lo Zingaro, Erice and Trapani.
HOW TO GET THERE
The little Airport of Trapani Birgi “Vincenzo Florio” is about halfway between Trapani (18km) and Marsala (16km).
It is served almost exclusively by low-cost Ryanair flights, mostly from other cities in Italy and a few other European cities like London-Luton, Paris-Beauvais, Stockholm, Barcelona-Girona, Malta, Monaco, Frankfurt, Brussels.
Or you can land at Palermo’s Falcone-Borsellino Airport in Punta Raisi.
To get to San Vito it is best to rent a car or get a transfer from your hotel.
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