Set within a natural recess that protects it from the winds and currents, Brucoli is the first seaside resort of interest for those coming from the northern side.
The coastline is pure rock pushing abruptly to the sea, with cliffs as high as ten meters which plunge into a beautiful blue base, creating small caves and creeks for fish and crustaceans, easily visible for those who equips themselves with a mask and snorkel.
It is a place that has always held a certain fascination, from which it is possible see the plumes of white smoke of Etna. In fact, because of its proximity to Catania, the location is chosen mainly by young tourists, attracted by the diverse nightlife that the city has to offer.
However, the natural landscape has been greatly scarred by numerous buildings right next to the coast: for those looking for breathtaking natural landscapes, the advice is to take a break for a few days in Brucoli, to get to know its beautiful backdrops, and to get on the road in the direction of south, to discover the south east coast of Sicily.