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Lat: 37° 31' 11.04971" N - Long: 15° 6' 32.77195" E
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San Giovanni li Cuti is an ancient fishing village now incorporated in the urban area of Catania.
It is characterized by a beach of large, black and polished lava pebbles.
Some of those can exceed a meter in diameter.
In summer it becomes a free beach with showers, changing rooms, toilets, walkways and ladders.
The village is also populated at night.
The view of the marina and the sea is very suggestive; this characteristic, combined with calm that offers respect to the town, make San Giovanni li Cuti one of the most magical places in Catania; to visit at any time of the year.
The dedication to San Giovanni refers to the homonymous parish, while the term "Li Cuti" in the Catania dialect indicates the pebbles of the beach.
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