Capo Mulini beach
Capo Mulini is a seaside village of Acireale, which is 5 km away, and extends along the eastern coast of Sicily, 14 km from Catania. The shore is characterized by a pebble beach and a natural harbor formed by black lava rocks. This resort offers various services, such as bars and restaurants, and is ideal for those who want to spend a relaxing holiday with their family. On a promontory stands the Torre Sant’Anna, a fortification dating back to the ‘500 and now used as a lighthouse, which is surrounded by a rich vegetation and embraced by the sea. Capo Mulini is part of a coastline called Riviera dei Ciclopi.