Unmissable tourist sites
Patti Travel guide
Patti : Michelin's recommendations
The Golfo di Patti is a vast sandy bay which lies between Capo Calvà and Capo Milazzo. The broad sweep of beach which stretches along the ample width of the bay – a favourite haunt for holidaymakers – is briefly interrupted by Capo Tindari, crowned by its sanctuary. The town of Patti itself is charming, with its narrow medieval streets, its cathedral housing the tomb of Queen Adelasia, and its small church of San Michele.
Tourist attractions Patti : Things to see and do
Piazza Cattedrale I - 98066 Patti
Patti was built to the level of a Bishop's palace by King Roger in 1131, then to the level of a Royal city in 1312 by Frederick III of Aragon, and it finally received the tile of "Magnanimous" from Charles V. Around the medieval streets and..
San Biagio I - 98066 Patti
The villa dates from the 1C AD and is made up of living quarter and a small spa installation. The house itself runs around a square peristyle . The tablinium still encloses a pavement of black and white mosaics. The spas are in a semi-circular bas..
Marina di Patti I - 98060 Patti
This luxurious villa was discovered during construction work for the motorway. Visitors can make out a portico with columns and a peristyle onto which open several rooms which have preserved some very attractive mosaics.
Piazza Marconi 6 I - 98066 Patti
Hotel Marconi is set in Patti, in the province of Messina, 5 km from the A20 motorway. It offers a convenient central location and has a typical Sicilian restaurant. Rooms at Marconi Hotel are air conditioned and feature satellite TV and a minibar. ..