The villas Messina are also ideal starting points for your trips into the province, which is known for its diverse landscape and communes which can offer unique attractions and points of interest. Stay in the apartments in Messina city and you will be in the heart of this capital city which is known for its busy port. On top of it, the city has churches, museums and some lovely fountains. So try and visit as many as you can while you are enjoying your stay at one of Messina's beautiful villas. Another very popular sight is that of the 12th century cathedral, which is famous for the fact that it holds the mortal remains of King Conrad. You can also visit the unique Gothic Church of Santa Maria degli Alemanni, which dates back to the 13th century.
Messina offers more than pretty scenery
Reside in the apartments Messina has to offer and go see the beautiful fountains of Messina. Some of them date back to a few centuries ago. The Fountain of Orion, for instance, dates back to 1546 while the wonderful Senatory Fountain dates back to 1619. A visit to the botanical garden can also be part of your discovery of Messina. 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. In fact, it is hugely popular with the tourist crowds. You should visit the ancient Greek walls and take a look at the imposing fort that sits atop these walls. A visit to the Archaeological Museum will also help you understand the culture of the province.
Be enticed by the true gems of the region
The time you spend in the villas of Messina will give you plenty of opportunity to enjoy the 13th century village called Castroreale, which is in Barcellona. When you walk through this village, you will especially appreciate the sight of the mediaeval castle. During your stay in the holiday homes or apartments Messina province offers you should also take some time to explore Taormina, which is the jewel of Sicily and known for its imposing Greek theatre. Saracen Castle in Taormina is worth a visit as well, for it offers you stunning views of the town below. Relax in the one of the cosy villas Messina provides and you will have enough energy to visit Milazzo, which is known for its lovely waterfront and pretty old castle.
Think Sicily won't be able to impress you, but you would still like to spend your holidays on an Italian island- have a look at the Sardinian provinces of Olbia-Tempio or Cagliari. Or have you ever thought about spending your holidays on one of the many Croation islands? Then we can highly recommend our superb villas and holiday homes in Polace or Govedari on Mljet island.