The name of the town derives from Sicilian Capa whose meaning is head. Capaci has very ancient origins: the first settlings belongs to Palaeolithic period. The oldest historical episode whose we have some news dates back to 1241. A villa recently refurbished, surrounded by a well-cared-for garden.The owners set aside for the guests two double rooms, including an extra bed, furnished in a classic style complete with air conditioning and private bathroom. is served in the dining room. The natural reserves of the Gipsy (Riserva Naturale dello Zingaro) and the Grotta Za Minica, where excursions to the sandy beaches and natural paths can be arranged, is 30 minutes away by car .The sea is at 3 km. Palermo is 40 km.
Capaci is crossed by the motorway A29 connecting Palermo to Mazara del Vallo. Another one is the branch of A29 near Alcamo, connecting the city to Trapani.
They are a freeways and have two lanes plus an emergency lane in both directions. There are no gas stations along the motorways, but it is easy to find fuel in any of the towns crossed by the same motorways.