Albergo Esperia

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via Tono 128, Milazzo, 98057, Italy
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catania to milazzo

by twanje

This May, we are flying into Catania airport and need info on how to get to Milazzo, in order to catch a hydrofoil to the Aeolian Islands. Is the bus good, or train? We are also considering renting a car at the Catania airport and driving to Milazzo, and leaving the car at a Milazzo parking lot for a few days then taking it back to Catania. We don't have much time and need to get to the Aeolian Islands quickly. Also, how is the drive from Catania to Milazzo? I hear that driving in Catania is very difficult. Perhaps the route from the airport to Milazzo is okay?
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Jim and Joanne

RE: catania to milazzo

by call_me_rhia

if u can still change ur travel schedules, i would suggest an easier way to get to the aeolians:

plane to reggio calabria, then hydrofoil to the aeolians.

we were also considering flying to catania, back then... but found everything quite complicated compared with flying into reggio calabria.

hope this can help.

RE: catania to milazzo

by wanderingsicilian

The drive from Catania to Milazzo is very easy -- superstrada the whole way. Last summer we made the drive to the ferry in about two hours, and that in a bit of traffic as it was a Friday evening. You may hit a bit of congestion around Catania (until you get to the toll) and then a bit around Messina's city exits. The coastal drive is beautiful. While the ferries are not as plentiful as they are from Milazzo, there are, however, ferries from Messina to the islands as well. You may want to check into that.

Maria

Travel Tips for Milazzo

Milazzo, Sicily Thursday July 20 2006

by fdrich29

"Here's where it all began"

Well, half of it at least. Milazzo is the town my mother's father's family was from. and I had been eagerly awaiting the chance to visit this fishing town for the longest time. I was armed with some history, my father prepared some geneology reports on my mother's family that I brought with me. Beyond the family relevance, this town was everything I imagined Sicily to be and was beautiful beyond words.

"The Beach"

After driving around for awhile soaking in the town we found a beach and decided to do a little swimming. The beach was all pebbles (we could have paid for the part of the beach with the runway and chairs, but decided against it). I don't really swim, but I sat in the sea letting the surf push me back onto the beach then letting it take me back out, it was surprisingly strong. We must have sat there for an hour, doing pretty much nothing but enjoying the sea and relaxing. I filled my pockets with some of the tiny pebbles and put them in a special edition Coca-Cola bottle commemorating Italia's victory over France for the world cup to remember this day. The bottle sits on our mantle with our Italian love knot from Murano (which sits atop our lace from Burano) and my Grandfather's Navy burial flag.

"La Famiglia"

After getting enough sun we got back in the car and drove to the center of town. We parked the car along the waterfront and started to walk around a bit. I was stunned to find a statue that remarkably resembled the Fisherman at the Wheel Memorial in Gloucester, Massachusetts. This statue did not feature the wheel, but the fisherman was nearly identical to the statue back home. We walked some more and found the directory of the city and I was reminded of something I had nearly forgotten, there was a palace here that bore the name of my grandfather's family. While at the directory I figured out where the church my great-grandmother was baptized and married in was and we were off. The palace and the church were not more than a block away from each other. I was overwhelmed by the feeling that my ancestors lived here, walked here, prayed here. It was a special moment I was glad to share with my new bride.

Milazzo

by shiran_d

"Milzazzo"

Like a bridge thrown across the Sicilian coast and the Aeolian archipelago opposite, Milazzo is also the hinge connecting two big bays, the Gulf of Patti and the Gulf of Milazzo, which between Cape Calava and Cape Rasocolmo bathe the Tyrrhenian shore of the north-eastern tip of the island

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Address: via Tono 128, Milazzo, 98057, Italy