Santuario Rupestre di San Antonio da Padova
The evocative remains of this 13th-century church sit astride a cactus-covered hillside overlooking Capo Milazzo's crystal-clear waters....
Piscina di Venere
Out at the very tip of Capo Milazzo, this gorgeous rock-fringed pool makes an idyllic spot for swimming and sunbathing. Accessed by a...
Castello di Milazzo
Originally the site of a Greek acropolis, then an Arab-Norman citadel, Milazzo's enormous castle was built by Frederick II in 1239,...
Toto Passami L'Olio
Welcoming visitors with its bright front terrace and soundtrack of traditional Sicilian music, this intriguing newcomer specialises in...
Capo Milazzo information
If you have a car, don't miss the scenic drive north along Strada Panoramica to see the gorgeous, rugged coastline of Capo Milazzo. At the end of the isthmus is a lighthouse; park in the nearby lot, from where short walks lead to the Santuario Rupestre di San Antonio da Padova and the Piscina di Venere .
Alternatively, you can arrange a boat trip (ask at the tourist office) around the rocky cape to Baia del Tonno on the western side of the isthmus.