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Milazzo Holidays to

Gateway to the Aeolian Islands

Milazzo is on a peninsula that stretches out into the Tyrrhenian Sea, providing panoramic views of the Aeolian Islands.
 
As you might expect from a town in these parts, Milazzo has a rich history dating back to the Greek and Roman times. Ancient fortresses and castles are scattered throughout the town, and one of the main attractions is the Castello di Milazzo, a well-preserved Norman castle built in the 13th century. Climb the castle's ramparts and admire the panoramic views of the town and the sea.
 
Aside from its historical appeal, Milazzo is also known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, including Tono Beach and Capo di Milazzo. You can also take boat trips to the delightful Aeolian Islands, renowned for their natural beauty and volcanic landscapes.
 

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Your Milazzo questions, answered

Fly to Sicily’s Vincenzo Bellini Catania airport, then head north for around two hours.  
 
It helps to have your own wheels to get around, especially if you want to visit lovely places like Taormina, which is about an hour away. 
Most people use Milazzo to set off on a hydrofoil to the islands. But it’s beautiful in its own right, with a lovely Old Town and hilltop castle. 
 

Hotels in Milazzo

Cassisi Hotel
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