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There may still be some fishing, but it's a popular tourist sight now. Lovely to walk around the small streets, visit some shops, sit out and have a meal/drink. We drive past the overflow car park and straight into the village. There is a small...More
Sailed from Malta. Mored at Marzamemi yacht club. Great experience for a few days nice food environment beaches and safe for children. Not much to do during day but Sea is fab and evenings come to life.
I only learned of this place thanks to wonderful pictures I saw on Instagram. However, I knew I had to visit and so I did. Without regret. This little seaside village is a great stopover or even better for a quiet and peaceful multi-day stay....More
The central piazza maintains the flavor of an old Sicilian village near the sea, with a traditional tonnara. It has atmosphere, and a number of good seafood restaurants. It is popular and gets crowded during weekends and in high season. There are parking facilities around...More
Stopped here on our guided tour of the area, and it’s a lovely place to stop and take in the atmosphere there’s some bars to get a coffee etc, and there are some lovely little shops to buy yourself a souvenir or two, plus a...More
Small fishing village with open air plazas, some cute little shops and several restaurants that serve awesome fresh fish. The restaurant Il Borgo was closing, but stayed open for our group of 10 friends. We had an awesome meal with several bottles of local wine....More
the town has a nice square with a lot of restaurants offering seating in the square and streets.. lovely atmosphere to enjoy good seafood-fried calamari and watch the sea also. easy to access-no hills, no stairs. and convenient parking areas. if you come earlier in...More
We went to see Marzameni after hearing from several people that it was a charming seaside town. We'll, there's an old tuna factory that is ok to see and a lot of pricey tourist restaurants as well as trinket sellers. The sea is nice here...More