Milazzo is a charming tourist town with 10 km of beach facing the Aeolian Islands. Milazzo is famous for the Garibaldi battle and extends between the village, the walled city and the lower city.
Among the monuments to admire are the Castle, the Cathedral of Milazzo, the remains of the Palazzo of the Giurati, the Church of the Madonna of Rosario, the Sanctuary of St. Francesco of Paola, the Church of San Giacomo Apostolo, the Convent of Carmine.
The surroundings of Milazzo with Capo Milazzo, Santa Lucia del Mela and Roccavaldina are also beautiful.
For those who love long walks, Milazzo offers numerous places such as the Marina Garibaldi, the Riviera of Ponente, the Promontory overlooking the St. Antonio Bay.
Milazzo is the starting point for the Aeolian Islands and to visit Taormina, Tindari and its small lakes, the Etna, Cefalù, the Alcantara Gorges, etc.