Sicily is famous for its unusual natural attractions. Dionysus Ear cave is an extremely popular tourist destination. The ancient limestone cave owes its name to an unusual entrance, whose outlines does resemble a little auricle. The cave is remarkable not only for the variety of unique geological formations but for its acoustic properties.
Hikers around ancient places will have an opportunity to see the ancient Greek theater, built in the 3rd century BC. Originally, it was designed for 10000 spectators. The theater has been perfectly preserved to the present day and is currently used for various cultural events. The ancient arena is used for concerts, theatrical performances and film festivals.
Milazzo resort is known for a unique religious monument - the temple of San Francesco di Paola. Today, Milazzo is a quiet and small resort. But several hundred years ago, it was a large port city. It used to fend off the attacks of invaders. During one of these attacks, a cannon shell hit the church wall. However, the shell was far from destroying the building. It remained intact in the wall instead. This amazing feature attracts many travelers.