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Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Camarina

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S.P. 102 - km 1 C/da Cammarana, 97010 Scoglitti, Sicily Italy
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Private Sailing Tour to Cyclops Islands from Catania

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This is Private 6 hours sailing experience (from 10am to 16pm). The boat will be reserved just for you and your guests. We will cruise through the Gulf of Catania, see the Etna and Catania by the sea, sailing along the Coast of the Cyclops, swim in front the Ulisse's Grotto. At Lunch time we will go first in front the medieval Castle of Aci Castello, then we will stop the boat in front of the Faraglioni Rocks near the natural reserve "Isole dei CICLOPI", there you can go dive or snorkeling renting the equipment (Extra option) or have fun swimming around the sailboat in that crystal waters. In the while time we will prepare the lunch on board to let you enjoy a typical sicilian menu prepared on board from our sailor chef. At the end we will set the sail to go back to Catania port and we will provide some sailing notions or we can continue with the party on boat.
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roj1281 wrote a review Jul 2019
Houston, Texas282 contributions84 helpful votes
This is a small local museum that is worth a visit if you are in the area. There are still artifacts being unearthed in the area. It’s also got nice views of the beach outside of the museum.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Ron D wrote a review Jun 2017
Ottawa, Canada1,606 contributions262 helpful votes
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This museum is on the site of one of the ancient Greek towns along the south coast. The collections include a large number of amphorae in different styles that were collected from shipwrecks, building materials, funerary urns, and domestic pottery. You can walk through the area where foundations and necropolis of the old town remain.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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pugaczowa12 wrote a review Mar 2017
4 contributions1 helpful vote
The museum is well-organized and quite interesting but the view from the cliff belonging to that museum is unforgettable also a small garden is really nice
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Eric_Lemon wrote a review Aug 2016
Westcott, United Kingdom225 contributions181 helpful votes
I enjoyed the museum and also the large grounds that has the unexcavated city beneath it still, it is all set in a very picturesque location. This location has been settled through the Bronze Age, the Greeks, and then the Romans. Another plus is the really nice, but near empty beach just down the road.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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JuergenWDobler wrote a review Apr 2016
Island of Malta, Malta715 contributions53 helpful votes
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The museum and site is not really worth taking a larger detour, but if in the vicinity do visit the museum. The site is rather disappointing with not much to see. You can skip the walk to the Agora as there is nothing really to see, and what is left is badly maintained with the protective roofing almost completely destroyed. The museum itself has a few interesting finds of the area and is quite nicely organized with a large room dedicated to amphorae. The descriptions are only in Italian, although one room has information also in English.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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