Holiday accommodation Messina - Villa Messina & Messina apartments
This area of Italy is known for being the hometown of many historical painters, including the eponymous Antonello da Messina which has emerged as a great place for tourists to spend their holidays due to its fabulous architecture and its vast array of things to see and do. Located on the most easterly part of Sicily and looking directly across at Villa San Giovanni, Messina is easily accessible from both mainland Italy or from Sicily's international airport in Palermo.
Your apartment or Villa in Messina should be your first stop upon arrival in Sicily. You will no doubt want to set down your baggage and freshen up after a long journey before heading out to explore the region. You won't be disappointed with your accommodation Arrangements in Messina, with the most up-to-date facilities and oozing with comfort and style, you'll be looking forward to returning to your inviting bed before you've even set off into the city centre! Don't dwell too long on the interior design though as there's plenty to see and do! Staying in the apartments Messina province can offer also gives you easy access to the incredible Aeolian Islands, an island group located North of Sicily. The biggest of these islands is Lipari, which is breathtakingly beautiful.
Holiday Villas in Messina - Italian style accommodation
Culture and tradition are the two core values present in this holiday resort. We recommend taking a trip to a nearby village at some point during your stay in a villa in Messina. Here, you will be awarded with an insight into the more traditional way of life present in Messina, and - if you're lucky - you may well be able to sample a freshly produced local specialty. Black pork sausages are a must-try for any daring food-lover but if you prefer a more traditional menu, then the Italian restaurants located throughout the region will more than cater to your needs.
No trip to this area of Sicily is complete without a visit to Mount Etna. This famous landmark that is but a few minutes’ drive from the city is regarded as one of the most active volcanoes in the world, making it the perfect tourist site for geologists, historians and anyone who wishes to be amazed by the power of nature. Surprisingly, the slopes of Mount Etna provide a fertile soil perfect for vineyards and orchards. A visit to the lovely city Catania, the second largest in Sicily is also highly recommended. In case you are up to a longer trip, you can also go up to Calabria and visit Lamezia Terme, famous for its thermal springs, a splendid cathedral and castle ruins. Keep your eye out for a bottle of locally produced volcanic wine, the perfect souvenir for family or friends. If you're not that patient, it also makes the perfect tipple for an evening spent on the balcony of your holiday villa in Messina.
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