Province of Messina

Rometta is part of the Province of Messina and it has a very interesting ancient history.

The village of Rometta originates in 4,000 BC. It was conquered and inhabited by Arabs who constructed the main fortress of the village after a violent battle. Later in 1038, it was acquired by George da Maniace who built the current old town centre. Like most of the nearby towns, it was conquered and inhabited by many civilisations until the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the unification of Italy with Graribaldi and his Mille.
The most important monuments of the village are the Mosque of Rock; the Church of S. Maria dei Cerei, built between the 5th and 6th century, has a stunning main portal characterized by a later Renaissance style.

People live here:



Rometta Fair, food and handmade market

How to get there:

By Car:

From Messina

Get on A20 Messina – Palermo, exit Rometta


B&B Attico Del Sole 

Via Saija, 315, 98043

Mobile: 0039 392 493 0267;

Hotel La Lanterna Hotel 3*

B&B Girasole di Sicilia 2*

B&B Torre

B&B Villa Ruggeri 3*


Trattoria Sottocastello

Trattoria Donna Rosa 

Via Torretta, 98043

Ph. 0039 090 992 4104

Bon appetit 

Via Nazionale, 419 Rometta Marea,

Ph. 0039 090 9962671

U Catoiu” Di Lombardo Matteo 

106, Via S. Cono Rometta, Me 98043

Ph. 0039 090 992 4079



Baia del Tono

La Fenice

Lido Azzurro

Lido Mojito

Open Sea

Playa Mignon

Ponentino Lido

Sayonara Beach Club

Rometta Marina

Villafranca Tirrena