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Never heard of it but was advised to visit by a Sicilian. About 30 mins from Noto. Supposed to be really nice at night. We had 2 hours here in the late afternoon and were able to easily park right near the heart of the...More
We are pleased that we visited this place even though we thought we would be visiting a tuna museum.The building is now not accessible unless you are going to a function there.
However the surrounding area is lovely to walk around and stop to admire...More
What a beautiful place... Well preserved, romantic, just stunning. Plenty decent options around to have lunch as well but you can easily feed on views and history surrounding you. Famous 'blue chairs' featured in thousands of photos, difficult to get one with no tourists obstructing...More
this large warehouse is on the beautiful beach front. You can buy most packaged jars and tins of different fish here as well as the famous dried tomatoes that grow in abundance in sicily.A really small quaint place with lovely places to eat on the...More
Lovely place to visit on the sea. Historically very important for tuna fishing, although this has now declined (blamed on quotas and overfishing, depending on your point of view). Great to walk around, interesting streets, and lovely square with bars in which to enjoy a...More
A wonderful fishing village that has gone from being a gritty hard working tuna harvesting town / tonnara, to a chic & squeaky clean tourist village. A beautiful square, gorgeous buildings, mega new breakwater pier, pleasant marina.
The tuna industry is still well represented here,...More