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We stayed in Milazzo for a week as a base for visiting the area. Milazzo itself is a very pleasant place. There is a long seafront to walk along with trees and benches, a nice historical centre, not many tourists (late September). We found people...More
Milazzo was a pleasant Sicilian surprise it was great for shopping and food easy to navigate and we found everything reasonably priced in comparison with some of our stops in Pugia and Calabria
We loved our accommodation at the Il Principe and the castle was...More
Milazzo as small city in North East of Sicily.
On one side fishermans port with daily selling of catch of the day. Nice park surrounding and beautiful sunsets. Minor was the view on the electricity plsnt on theceest side if the 'bay'.
On the other...More
Milazzo is a good place to start visiting the Aeolian islands, in particular, Lipari. The island is an hour away by ferry & often visited with Vulcan island. The old town in Lipari is quaint & pictureque. Easy to explore on foot at a leisurely...More
We chose to stay in Milazzo as it was relatively close to Messina and the port from which we could visit the Volcanic Islands. We were not disappointed. There is a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants and a lively place to stay without...More
Our friends were all shocked when we said we were staying in Milazzo 'its a industrial city' and 'only reason to go there is the port' were uttered. But we had a very pleasant surprise when we arrived at our apartment in the old town,...More
We chose Milazzo because it is the port to get ships to the Aeolian Islands - our prime objective. We boarded the "Sweet Harmony" and made stops in Vulcano, Lipari, & Stromboli. Note: there is also an evening cruise to Stromboli which will also allow...More
Interesting position of Milazzo on a big cape was a reason for us to visit it while driving from Cefalu to the east coast.
Its a small town spread on two shores of that cape. On the eastern shore is a port from where ships...More
You have to come here to get to the islands, so it is a must to visit, and stay for a while and enjoy the city, and the locals, I love the local delicatessen, and the local Trattoria, the food is delicious