Gela has an extended coastline of 24 km with amazing beaches feature fine golden sand and dunes covered with the divine Mediterranean flora.
Gela was an important centre for Ancient Greek civilisation, known as probably one of the oldest towns in Sicily. Gela has deep roots in history and it is possible to recognise its past walking thought its own Acropolis, the Greek fortifications around the beach, the public baths and some Greek temples located near the centre.
The village has an extended coastline of 24 km, the most notable beaches are Roccazelle, Marina di Acate, Castello di Falconara, Spiaggia di Manfria. These amazing beaches feature fine golden sand and dunes covered with the divine Mediterranean flora.
The elongated shape of these beautiful beaches allows for the practice of many different sports such as beach volley, diving, canoeing and jogging, but if you prefer a more quiet and cultural holiday, you can go sightseeing at lots of archaeological ruins around the town.
How to get there:
Get on Strada Statale dir Raccordo di Pietraperzia/SS640dir from Via Rochester, SP1 and Strada Statale 191. Take SS626 to Via Butera in Gela.