Hotels near Mazzaro in Messina

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Hotels near Mazzaro in Messina, Italy

How to Find the Best Mazzara Hotels with Venere

Mazzara is a scenic seaside town situated by the Mediterranean Sea, and also along the banks of the Mazzara River. Whether you are looking for accommodation near to the sea, or a rental in the heart of the town, Venere can help you find the best Mazzara hotels to suit your requirements. View our interactive map to see at a glance the location of each hotel. If particular amenities are important to you, read through the descriptive text of each hotel to find out what is available, such as internet, and laundry facilities. Whatever your budget, you may use the price filter to view the available hotels within your chosen price range. Read through the authentic reviews that have been provided by previous guests, and take a look at the hotel photographs. In addition, you can sort hotels according to price, star rating, or favorites.

What's Mazzara Like?

Mazzara is in south west Sicily, Italy. Its port is known for its large fleet of fishing vessels. Dating back to 9 BC, when the Phoenicians founded the town, Mazzara has a rich and diverse history. Mazzara has a multicultural population, which is demonstrated by the fine range of cuisines available at local restaurants. While holidaying at one of Venere Mazzara Hotels, you can enjoy boat excursions and other water sporting activities, such as swimming. Top attractions include the Dancing Satyr bronze statue, which was discovered in local seawaters in 1998. Today, it is on display in the town museum. Other attractions well worth a visit are the 11th century Norman castle remains, and the 12th century Royal Saint Nicholas Church. The town has a good transport network, and may be reached by car, bus or train. The closest airports are in Palermo and Trapani. Mazzara, with its Mediterranean Climate, is a popular holiday destination throughout the year.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mazzara

Local customs and etiquette in Mazzara may be different to what you are accustomed to. Read through these basic tips to help you get along with locals, during your stay at one of Venere Mazzara Hotels. When you greet somebody for the first time, exchange a handshake, look the person in the eye, and smile. First impressions and personal appearance are of utmost importance here - act confident, and avoid scruffy clothes! Show respect and be polite towards a local and his or her beliefs (even if you don't agree with them). It's a good idea to avoid using hand gestures while conversing. Some gestures which may be normal at home may be considered impolite when visiting Mazzara.