Sant’Angelo di Brolo

Province of Messina

Sant’Angelo di Brolo is a tiny village located in the fascinating province of Messina. 

The village of Sant’Angelo di Brolo was founded in the 11th century by Roger I. Later the feudal town was included in the proprieties of the noble family Abati who ruled the village until the second half of the 18th century. 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 cultural attractions of the village are the Angel Museum; the Church of Santissimo Salvatore, built in 2007, includes the Sacred Art Museum which displays a collections of paintings, sculptures and vestments dating back to the 15th and the 20th century; the Church of San Filippo and Giacomo has precious sculptures and paintings and is considered one of the most beautiful monuments included in the artistic heritage of Sant’Angelo; the Mother Church, built in the 17th century.

People live here:



Sagra Ri Maccarruna col sugo di maiale, food festival 

Sagra della Nocciola  food festival

Fiera Regionale del Salame e dei prodotti tipici Val di Sant’Angelo it is a traditional fair which promotes the typical products of the village

Festa della Porchetta, food festival

Sagra dei Maccheroni, food festival

How to get there:

By Car:

From Messina

Get on Autostrada A20 Messina-Palermo, exit Brolo-Capo d’Orlando est (12 km)


Country House Il Sole 

Country House Antico Casale Lisycon 

Alloggio Madogi


Borgo Antico Pizzeria

Vico Armando Saitta, 9, Sant’Angelo di Brolo ME

Ph. 0039 0941 054337

La Vecchia Fattoria – Pizzeria Trattoria 

Il Centro

Piazza Santa Maria 2, 98060 Sant’Angelo di Brolo, Sicilia, Italia

Ph. 0039 0941 533056

Ristorante Villa Diana

Contrada Melano,, 98060 Sant’Angelo di Brolo ME

Ph. 0039 0941 560123



Capo D’orlando

Gioiosa marea

Capo Calavà