Custonaci is an Italian municipality in the province of Trapani.
It is located in the western coast of Sicily, a few kilometers from the sea and the beaches of San Vito Lo Capo and Cornino. The territory of Custonaci is hilly and mountainous, with numerous caves and karst cavities, including the famous Mangiapane Cave, an archaeological site where traces of human from the Paleolithic period are still visible today.
The town of Custonaci is famous for the production of high-quality marble, extracted from the quarries of Mount Cofano and used in many italian works of art and monuments. The historic center of Custonaci still keeps the atmosphere and architecture typical of a medieval village, with its narrow streets and stone houses.
Custonaci’s main tourist attractions also include the church of San Michele Arcangelo, with its fine portal in Gothic-Norman style, and the sanctuary of Maria Santissima di Custonaci, a destination for many pilgrimages.