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The Most Beautiful Beaches of Messina - Visit Sicily

The Most Beautiful Beaches of Messina

The high green mountains, the calm and crystal sea and the variety of coasts that follow more than 200 kilometers of coastline, were well known even in ancient times. Think that in Roman times the town located in the province of Messina attracted the Roman nobles who made it their favorite place to vacation.

It is no coincidence then, that Taormina, the most popular resort of Sicily, is actually located in a beautiful natural environment. But not only that, now the whole coast of Messina is popular with tourists from all over the world, attracted by the charm of the sea that just up ahead conceals the very impressive archipelago of Italy. The Aeolian Islands have aside from the sea, volcanoes and colorful natural and untouched landscapes to offer.

Divided in two by Capo Faro, the extreme eastern tip of Sicily, Messina’s coast boasts an amazing variety of beaches and coasts, crowded and quiet, equipped or spawning; it will not leave anybody dissatisfied.

Add to this the great many tourists’ demands met by a number of accommodating facilities of great quality; and you cannot resist the charm of a stay among the most beautiful beaches in Europe.

The Beach of Alì Terme

The thermal waters that flow in abundance here, so as to give the name to the area, were already used by Greeks for their therapeutic properties.

The Beach of Brolo

One of the most lively resorts of the Tyrrhenian coast is definitely Brolo, an ancient medieval village that has managed in recent years to establish itself as a significant reality for tourism.

The Beach of Capo d’Orlando

Among themost beautiful seaside resortsofSicily, Capo d’Orlando should definitely be included, a small village at the footof the Nebrodis Mountains.

The Beach of Castel di Tusa

The seaside town in most westerly provinceof Messina isCastel diTusa, a small village on the sea, which owes its name to a thirteenth century fortress.

Beach of Furci e Roccalumera

The sought-after resorts of Furci and Roccalumera receive the favor of those who want to spend a few days for a little bit of relaxation.

The Beach of Gioiosa Marea

The ten kilometers of beaches, cliffs and rocks washed by the crystal clear Tyrrhenian Sea,  which stretches from Gioiosa Marea to San Giorgio, passing from Cape Calava.

The Beach of Isola Bella

Many arrive in Sicily only to take a dip in its waters and enjoy the breathtaking scenery that surrounds it: Isola Bella.

The Beaches of Itala Marina

Yet another coast to rant about, can be found in Itala Marina, soon after Chief Ali for those coming from Taormina.

Laghetti di Marinello

With a unique one of its kind landscape, it is one of the most evocative of all Sicily:in the lee of the Tindari are the marine lakes of Marinello.

The Beach of Letojanni

The other beach resort chosen by local vacationers and foreign tourists, is the beach of Letojanni, which extends for several kilometers .

The Beach of Mazzarò

Mazzaro and Spisone are two famous seaside resorts, usually attended by rather wealthy tourists.

The Beach of Mazzeo

Mazzeo, a part of the town of Taormina, offers one of the widest beaches along the Ionian coast of Messina, with a spread of small pebbles and dark stones.

The Beaches of Messina

The Tyrrhenian and the Ionian are based in front of Messina, in the spectacular scenery of the Straits.

The Beach of Milazzo

Some might make the mistake of coming to Milazzo to get on the hydrofoil and leave for the Aeolian without having first taken a dip in the waters of this ancient town.

Sant’Alessio e Santa Teresa

Moving from Taormina to the north, the coastline is no less fascinating. The beaches that follow all have a charm of their own: like Sant’Alessio Siculo and Santa Teresa Riva.

The Beach of Sant’Agata di Militello

The beach in Sant’Agata di Militello is frequented mostly by families who prefer its isolated position from the more known areas, at the foot of the Nebrodis.

The Beach of Santo Stefano di Camastra

At the center of the Tyrrhenian coast of Sicily, Santo Stefano di Camastra is one of the most beautiful seaside resorts on this stretch of coast.

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