Le Dune Village

Address: S.S. 113 Km 13,400, Messina, Sicily, 98164, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on S.S. 113 Km 13,400, Messina, is near Bell Tower and Astronomical Clock (Orologio Astronomico), Fontana di Orione, Annunziata dei Catalani Church, and Museo Regionale.
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        Travel Blogs from Messina

        Close to Mt Etna

        A travel blog entry by anothertrip on Oct 22, 2015

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        ... of the towns below as we raised our glasses of prosecco. The next morning before we left Rob and I went to look at the Greek amphitheatre, which is another well preserved example of the clever design and engineering of people from long ago. We had a little picnic lunch at the hotel, with the view to Mt Etna and the coast, then we walked to get the bus to Catania, to begin our journey to ...

        Storm welcomes us to Sicily

        A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Oct 21, 2015

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        ... and Stephen discussed WIFI extenders and boosters. Later that afternoon they were off to the local electronics store and had everything installed for just €32. He is very sure this equipment would be significantly more in NZ.
        On our third day we visited nearby Taormina, which has significant history with Roman theatre and cute shopping precinct, all jam packed on a hillside. We wisely decided to catch ...


        A travel blog entry by cruisejunkie on Sep 16, 2015

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        ... to imagine that in winter this area can be under up to six feet of snow! Messina itself however doesn’t have a winter as such, and summer temperatures can get as high as 45 deg. Even the sea water temperature can reach 30 deg!

        We fell in love with this beautiful place, helped by Aldo’s infectious enthusiasm for it too. He described in detail every tree we passed from Lebanese cyprus, pines, cherry trees, ficus, magnolia, ...

        City of Messina

        A travel blog entry by 30sam3 on May 28, 2015

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        ... mainland Italy. Messina was originally called Zancle because of its shape (Zancle means scythe in Greek). The seaside harbor was colonized in the 8th century, B.C. It is the third-largest city of Sicily and rests at the tip of the boot of Italy, separated three miles by the Strait of Messina from the mainland. The population is approximately ...

        Mount Etna trip, Sicily

        A travel blog entry by susanfeather08 on Apr 16, 2015

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        ... where we tasted honey of various flavours, olives, oil, wine, lemoncello and pesto. Back to the hotel for a rest, catching up with emails, Facebook etc. walked to the beach for some time in the sun near one of the huge hotels on the beach. Dinner at s nearby restaurant - pizza seafood and salad, Peter had a canoli on the way ...