Tindari Beach

Province of Messina

Tindari has equipped lidos and it offers all sorts of touristic amenities, cafés, restaurant and bars. 

Tindari is a small village located in the northern part of the province of Messina. It was a Greek city so there are plenty of stunning and intriguing ruins if you wish to go sightseeing. Salvatore Quasimodo, the acclaimed Italian poet, wrote the immortal poem “Vento a Tindari” inspired by this wonderful place. Looking along the beach you will see a rocky hill that rises high above the sea on which stands its famous Madonna.

Tindari Beach body 1

Along with the variety of historic monuments, its beaches are also equipped with coastal facilities, with all sorts of touristic amenities, cafés, restaurant and bars. The coast offers a special views of the the Aeolian Islands and the volcano. As you go down the hill at the foot of Cape Tindari is Lake of Marinello, a gorgeous and small nature reserve sea bay with easy access.

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