Capo Peloro Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Circuito, Torre Faro, Messina, 98164, Italy
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 22% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families65
  • Couples47
  • Solo57
  • Business52

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one day in messina

by mandybee

Hi We arrive on a ship for the day 10am -18h00
any suggestions what we should do- we are two couples with kids 3-6 yrs old
Thanks ciao

Re: one day in messina

by ROCKARIA

I suggest that you walk to the square in front of Messina cathedral and watch the action with the moving figurines finishing with the sounding of a cock starting at 12.00pm sharp.This would be something interesting even for the kids.
enjoy.

Re: one day in messina

by travelgourmet

Of course, cruise passengers head from Messina to Taormina. The hill town is about 45 minutes away and is so beautiful, most tourists head for the view, the Greek Theatre (Teatro Greco) Roman ruins, shopping, restaurants, and the Trevelyan Gardens.
If you stay in Messina, there is the Bell Tower and the world's largest Astronomical Clock that has mechanical figures that move at 12 noon, located at the Piazza del Doumo, just a few blocks up from the ports cruise ship docks. The Museo Regionale is nearby with great art works of the past. Further up is the Villa Mazzini Gardens and Aquarium with many types of fish that small children would enjoy. Messina is a working persons city more than a tourist town. Check for the times open as many locations take a 2-3 hour break after 1 pm and many are closed on a Monday.

Travel Tips for Messina

The sicilian Granita

by isolina_it

All the sicilian ice shops that respect themselves are able to offer you their most typical summer products, in one, 100, 1000 different tastes! From the classical and inevitable lemon one, to that of almond and coffee, the strawberries granita, of kiwi or mint, to finish with the granulate perfume of the jasmine or roses. In summer, with the coolness of the morning, it usually replaces breakfast, with brioches or biscuits. My favourite in absolute is the one with coffee topped with whipped cream, every cafe` in Messina makes it so special but if you happen to be in the city centre I recommend you ``Santoro`` on the right side of the main square Piazza Cairoli

Ganzirri lake

by lichinga

A few km North of Messina there are two tiny lakes named after the location nearby: Ganzirri. It is definitely a lovely and peaceful place to visit, while the city of Messina itself is not that much interesting.

SNORKELING
Sicily has a very...

by arkadia

SNORKELING
Sicily has a very clear Sea and therefore very nice to snorkel.
Here a picture of some cool funny fishes that was taken at the ISOLA BELLA just under Taormina.
The camera is an underwater and beach camera that goes down to 5 m, really enough for snorkeling.

MESSINA, SICILY

by shiran_d

"MESSINA, SICILY"

This ancient city of cobblestone streets is the gateway to the sunny island of Sicily. Located off the toe of the Italian boot, the island is separated from the mainland by the Strait of Messina and retains an air of independence from it's motherland. A mountainous and rugged island, Sicily is dominated by its still active volcano, Mt. Etna. It is also your launching point for tours to the classical ruins at Tindari and the ancient Taormina

"Messina Central Piazza"

Place not to be missed during your visit to Messina.

Tindari

by isolina_it

"The lakes"

Tindari (the ancient Tynclaris) is an oasis of peace and tranquility perched high above the sea on a cliff in the northwestern section of Messina Province. It is also a place of pilgrimage for people of the Catholic faith traveling to see the Black Madonna.

The famous sanctuary known as Tinclari Cathedral. Richly decorated with frescoes, marble work and valuable mosaics, the cathedral is best known as the home to the Black Madonna, which is mounted high above the altar. Your guide will relay the story of the Black Madonna and its unusual arrival along the Sicilian coast.

At the ancient Archeological Park you can find the Roman ruins that housed the original founders of this ancient city. Among the columns and arches that still remain, you'll visit the amphitheater and have time to photograph what remains of this ancient society.

At the bus park at the base of a hilltop below the sanctuary of Tindari. You can reach up the 1/4 mile incline leading to the sanctuary. Upon reaching Cathedral Square you can stop for photographs of the panoramic view of the Aeolian Islands and Cape Tindari. At the end of your tour you will have some free time to enjoy the peaceful village and perhaps purchase a souvenir from one of the small stalls that line the quiet streets.

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 Capo Peloro Resort

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Address: Via Circuito, Torre Faro, Messina, 98164, Italy