Province of Messina

Sinagra is a tiny village located in the charming province of Messina. 

The village of Sinagra was founded in 1250 by the Bishop of Patti. Federico II d’Aragona offered the feudal town to the powerful aristocratic family Lanza and later in 1364, the old village was acquire by Antonella Ventimiglia. Like most of the nearby towns, Sinagra has been included in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies until the unification of Italy with Garibaldi and his Mille.
The village has two charming places of worship: the Church of Crucifix and the Mother Church of San Michele Arcangelo, built in the 16th century, includes its original precious furnitures and vestments.

People live here:



Sagra delle Anguille, typical food festival

Festa di San Leone, holy festivity

Festa delle Patate, food festival

Sinagra tra Arte e Sapori, Music and Art Festival

How ti get there:

By Car:

From Messina

Get on Autostrada ME-PA exit Brolo. Take SS113 to Palermo, exit Sinagra.


Hotel La Sorgente 3*

Country House Da Angelo

Country House Santa Maria Xilona

B&B Agave 3*

Hotel La Quiete 1* 

Via Melia-Roletta 17, 98069 Sinagra

Ph. 0039 0941 594915


Ristorante-Pizzeria La Pergola

Trattoria Pizzeria  La Tavernetta

Via XX settembre

Ph. 0039 0941 594192

La Baracca Raineri

Country House Da Angelo

Country House Santa Maria Xilona

J & D Ristopub  

4 Via Angelo Musco, Sinagra, Me 98069

Ph. 0039 0941 594191



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Capo D’orlando

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