Mazzarà Sant’Andrea

Province of Messina

Mazzarà Sant’Andrea is a small village which was founded in the Middle Age

The foundation of Mazzarà Sant’Andrea dates back to the Middle Age. The feudal town was acquired by a noble family called Giardino, then in the seventeenth century it became part of the Spadafora’s proprieties, who continued the construction of the ancient town.
Further history of the village is connected to the whole area which was ruled by Spanish until the unification of Italy. The most important monuments of the village are the Medieval Palace and the Mother Church of Maria Santissima delle Grazie, built in 1766.

People live here:

1.541

Attractions:

Festa della Madonna delle Grazie, holy festivity

Accommodations:

Borgo Abacena Resort 4*

http://www.borgoabacena.it/

Hotel La rosa dei venti 4*

http://www.larosadeiventihotel.com/

Restaurants:

Villa Ligà

http://www.villaliga.it/

Beaches:

Tindari

Marina di Patti

Marinello

San Giorgio

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