Punta Bianca, in Sicily, is part of the Costa Bianca of Agrigento, a splendid coastline with a characteristic white appearance.

After the route of a dirt road you can walk the path that takes about 20 to 30 minutes to reach the cove. Given the particular conformation of the place and the route completely exposed to the sun, it is recommended to arrive early in the morning, also to enjoy the beauty of the place, having the feeling of being absolute masters of the beach.

The path leads to the top of the hill overlooking the cove, on which a World War II bunker still stands. On the white cliff that gives the Point its name, the ruins of the old customs house still stand. And then here is the sea, so transparent that it seems not to be there, lapping against the tongue of sand on which an old fishing boat pulled aground lies.

The ruins of the customs house lend an aura of mystery to this sheltered place and as you take the road back a magnificent palette of colors gives unmissable emotions.

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