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Marzamemi has an exotic flair to it. It started as a fishing village and continues the tradition today. But Marzememi, unlike many other towns in Sicily, doesn't have Greek roots; rather it was founded by the Arabs and originally called Marsa' al Hamen (which translates as "harbour of the turtle…
Marzamemi is a sea town between Pachino and Noto. It is included in the district of Syracuse. From Pachino, the distance is 3 kms, while from Noto, the distance is 20 kms. It is also regarded as one among the most beautiful 20 sea towns of Italy. The main attractions of this town are the tasty fish…
It's a small fishing village, in the south part of Sicily. Very characteristic! There are many shops where you can buy fish products. In summer it's very frequented!
a picturesque fishing village famous for the tuna fish catching tradition ... come here to buy tuna products and to enjoy a dinner in front of the Mediterranean sea