History of Messina
Messina is a port city in the northeastern Sicily, only 6 kilometers opposite to the Italian mainland. It is among the biggest cities of Sicily and holds a great past with many civilizations passing through, such as the Greeks, Romans, Arabs and Normans. Messina has been rebuilt many times over the years since it had suffered from natural disasters. Glorious buildings, archeological places and museums plus annual festivals are some of the city's virtues. As a coastan town, you cannot miss the beaches of Isola Bella, Capo d'Orlando, Spiggia Mare, Lido la Spiaggetta and Capo Ali. Messina is an alluring town which attract many visitors every year while also being one of the main starting ports for routes to the Aeolian Islands.