9 Best Things To Do In Sciacca, Italy, At Night

things to do in Sciacca at night
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Sitting elegantly in the south coast of the exotic Sicily island, Sciacca precisely accentuates a large variety of worthy spots from romantic settings to fishing arenas and from panoramic Piazza Scandaliato to beautiful churches. In addition to the daylight attractions, the night fascination remains unbeatable. If you want to do and see more, you need to check out these 9 awesome things to do in Sciacca at night.

1. Go museum hopping at Museo del Giocattolo Sciacca

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Posted by Museo del Giocattolo Sciacca on Saturday, August 17, 2019

For such a good outing with family in Sciacca – diving into the Museo del Giocattolo Sciacca truly is a brilliant recommendation. Unlike other museums that normally are closed in the late afternoon or early evening, this public space to see any cool collections of toys is open until 8 pm. Although the museum is likely a children-related spot, it’s well-suited for all ages to explore.

Museo del Giocattolo Sciacca

Address: Via Fratelli Argento 15d, 92019 Sciacca, Sicily, Italy

Opening Hours: 5 to 8 pm

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2. Discover Piazza Angelo Scandaliato

Piazza Angelo Scandaliato is where the townsfolk often assemble when the annual events such as Christmas and New Year’s Eve come around. It hosts a dazzling array of sparkling trees, a Christmas marketplace, and not to mention the live local performances like dancing and music. The momentous effigy of Tommaso Fazello before the tiny garden also adds to the elegance of this place.

Piazza Angelo Scandaliato

Address: Piazza Angelo Scandaliato, 92019 Sciacca, Sicily, Italy

Opening Hours: 24 hours

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3. Have a Sicilian dinner at Historia del Vicolo

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Seeking dinner in a unique way? Order your Sicilian food at Historia del Vicolo. What makes this old eatery so special – aside from the Medieval architecture – is its location, unexpectedly tucked in a small alley. For the appetizer, you can make an attempt at the John Dory steak and octopus starter and complete with pasta and salted ricotta. Vegetarian offerings are also provided for those who are non meat eaters.

Historia del Vicolo

Address: Vicolo Sammaritano, 10, 92019 Sciacca AG, Italy

Opening Hours: 7:30 to 11 pm

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4. Sample a piece of amazing pizza at Pizzeria Conte Luna

If you want to fill in your starving stomach with a mouthful of delicious pizza, go inside Pizzeria Conte Luna. There is a wide range of great pizzas you can try, from one with beef topping to cheesy condiments – also try the arancini rice balls for experiencing the genuine taste of Sicily. Along with the peaceful atmosphere and friendly staff, the price of the food is more reasonable than the rest.

Pizzeria Conte Luna

Address: Piazza Noceto Gerardo, 11a, 92019 Sciacca AG, Italy

Opening Hours: 6:30 pm to 2 am

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5. See the Porta Palermo

While you are having a meal at the area of Zza Marconi, one of the busy spots filled with Italian restaurants, be sure to hit the city’s landmark called Porta Palermo or Palermo Gate. Although it’s not considered as the leading tourist destination of Sicily Island, this ancient structure has a remarkable architecture which you can appreciate.

Porta Palermo

Address: Strada Provinciale 54, 92019 Sciacca AG, Italy

Opening Hours: 24 hours

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6. See the sculpted heads at Castello Incantato

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Do you adore all things weird yet artistic? This evening attraction might sound uncommon, but you will find an off the beaten track attraction of Sciacca with this option. Situated 3 kilometers (1.8 mi) away to the east from the city center, sits the Castello Incantano, where you will be amazed by a number of works of art, mainly the jaw-dropping sculpted heads. To enjoy this rare attraction at night, come between April and October.

Castello Incantato

Address: Via Filippo Bentivegna 16 Sciacca, Italy

Opening Hours: 3:30 to 8 pm (April to October)

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7. Sip a cup of hot cappuccino at Bar Del Corso

Do you want to boost your mood due to being worn out from a whole day of city exploration? Spend a couple of hours enjoying a cup of lovely cappuccino and feel the family atmosphere at Bar Del Corso. Aside from that brown beverage, this place also features the most delectable gelato, pastries, cookies, the Sicilian specialty named cannoli, and calzone. It’s often packed with visitors during weekends and holidays.

Bar Del Corso

Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele 85, 92019 Sciacca, Sicily, Italy

Opening Hours: 4 pm to 12 am

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8. Hang out with friends at Bar Florio

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Cool down and have a chill with your traveling mates at Bar Florio. Grab some vodkas and down the signature cocktails until you forget all your holiday stresses – don’t forget to giggle whilst playing the fun poker game. The great atmosphere and staff really will make your night out with friends more meaningful and memorable.

Bar Florio

Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele 98-100, 92019 Sciacca, Sicily, Italy

Contact Number: +39 092527181

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9. Enjoy fine dining with a harbor view in La Lampara

The last but not least option - end your night out with a fantastic dinner overlooking the busy Sicilian harbor from the balcony of La Lampara, a stylish restaurant in Sciacca. The white tablecloth spot is great to enjoy the finest selection of seafood (the tuna is the best) and down the local wines. This modern eatery is also recommended for just-married couples or lovers.

La Lampara

Address: Lungomare Cristoforo Colombo 13, 92019 Sciacca, Sicily, Italy

Contact Number: +39 092585085

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Have an impressive night out in Sciacca!

The night time enthrallments in Sciacca, Sicily Island shouldn’t be belittled. Merge yourself in the after sundown vibes and try plenty of new things, from museum hopping at Museo del Giocattolo to having an unusual dinner with scenic evening views of Sciacca harbor at La Lampara.

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