In addition to the port (Marina) which is right next to us, recommended places are the “Monte della Madonna”, “Villa Piccolo” and the “Terme Romane (Roman Baths)” (they are right near the port).
At this link you can see some of the places of interest in the area
It is said that these famous gorges were dug by the wrath of the Gods, unleashed to punish a dishonest farmer and which led them to cause a volcanic eruption which gave rise to this famous canyon and one of the most evocative natural sceneries in the region.
For trekking lovers, a visit to the largest volcano in the Mediterranean cannot be missed. The road we recommend is the one with an intermediate stage for Randazzo. Characteristic because it crosses the villages on the hills and recommended for a more relaxed drive to take advantage of the inland panoramas.
The Villa Romana del Casale in Piazza Armerina is part of the UNESCO heritage in Sicily and is the supreme example of a late-imperial Roman luxury villa.
It is one of the most luxurious of its kind and is famous for the richness and quality of its mosaics (4th century AD), which are recognized as the most beautiful Roman mosaics in the area. This treasure bears witness to the life habits of the Roman ruling class and shows the mutual influences between cultures and exchanges in the ancient Mediterranean.
Via Ex-SS113 – c/da Scafa
98071 Capo d’Orlando (ME)