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By geographic location, history, population and economic and tourist induced Patti is one of the major centers of the Tyrrhenian coast from Messina. Located on a double hill overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, Patti is at the center of the gulf that runs from Milazzo head Calavà. It is the most important and populous town quarter of the province of Messina, after the capital and the center of Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto and Milazzo and is one of the main centers of the Nebrodi area, along with Sant'Agata di Militello and Capo d'Orlando. The city, as well as being home to numerous historical institutions, government offices and services, and public interest, it is also the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Patti, one of the oldest in Sicily, which includes 41 municipalities in the nebroidea from Oliveri in Tusa. The town of Patti is part of the Intermunicipal Consortium Tindari-Nebrodi. The origin and history of Patti are closely linked to the decline of the ancient greek-Roman city of Tindari, today fraction thereof, and one of the most important archeological sites in Sicily and devotional. The physiognomy of the town is very developed with a great old town perched on the hill around the cathedral, the bishop's palace, the seminary and the other historic buildings, which slopes down to the coast to its fishing village called Marina di Patti (now completely integrated into the urban fabric).

Marina di Patti is instead characterized by the presence of wide sandy beaches, with medium-deep seabed that facilitate a 'fishing, trolling and off the ground, particularly flourishing. The beach promenade, with the adjoining pine forest, is the ideal place for walking, cycling and healthy outdoor sports. The beaches and seaside resorts equipped you can enjoy refreshment services set up for this purpose, which makes it even more comfortable stay.





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