Si Trova: a Santa Croce Camerina
Lat: 36° 47' 24.33258" N - Long: 14° 29' 34.54862" E
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Punta Secca is a small fishing village, hamlet of Santa Croce Camerina, where there is a small rocky formation in front of the east beach.
The village already existed in remote times and was occupied by Byzantines, Arabs and Normans.
It owes its recent popularity to the series "Il Commissario Montalbano", that was set here.
The Punta Secca lighthouse was built in 1853 and is 35 m tall.
The Scalambri tower, a defensive coastal tower, was built in the 16th century.
The beach ...
is the famous one of the swims of Montalbano!
Today we discover...
Salinelle del Fiume
Mud craters on the bank of the Simeto
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