Capo Mulini

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.

Features

Name: Capo Mulini
Type: grainy sand and rocks
Municipality: Acireale (CT)
Length: 800 m
Recommended for: everybody
Exposure: east
Services: bar, restaurant, beach equipment rentals, boat rentals
Access: free
Parking: free
How to reach the beach: from Catania proceed for about 14 km following the signs to Capo Mulini along the road SS 114. It is possible to reach the beach of Capo Mulini by bus from Acireale: for more information visit AST.
GPS: Lat: 37.5771854, Lon: 15.1676979