Gualtieri Sicaminò

Province of Messina

Gualtieri Sicaminò is a medieval village rich in beautiful ancient churches framed by a stunning natural environment. 

The earliest documents regarding the foundation of Gualtieri Sicaminò date back to 1115, when Roger II entrusted jurisdiction of the village to the Church of San Biagio. Later in 1212 the village was acquired by the feudal lord Gualtiero Marino who gave his name to the settlement and ruled this little village with his descendants until the early fifteenth century.

The most important monuments of the village are the Cathedral of St. Nicholas of Bari; the Church of Santa Maria Assunta; the Church of Santa Maria Annunziata; the Church of Mercy and the Church of St. Joseph.

Close to the village it is possible to reach the medieval village of Sicaminò and the Cataolo waterfalls.

People live here:



Sagra dell’Arancia(17/05), food festival 

Festa di San Nicola di Bari (6/12), it is an holy festivity which celebrates the Patron Saint of the village

Nocciolata di San Nicola, traditional food festival

How to get there:

By Car:

Get on Autostrada Messina-Palermo, exit Milazzo. Take SS113, exit Pace del Mela – loc. Giammoro, continue on Strada Provinciale and exit Gualtieri Sicaminò


Hotel La Panoramica 2*

Hotel Tenuta Torchio Antico 4*


Milazzo beaches

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