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The seafront's in the area are Lungomare, Kalura, Mazza Forno and Capo Plaia. Lungomare has fine sand with few rocks. The rest are sandy, shingle and rock beaches. All seafront's offer sun loungers, sun umbrellas, pedalloes and a limited range of water sports.

There are restaurants nearby and on the beach. T

he shopping here is fairly good, a general shopping area with plenty of tourist shops.

Daytimes can be spent visiting the the 12th-century Norman cathedral. The 12th-century duomo has well-preserved mosaics. See the Museo Mandralisca for paintings and archaeological finds. There are also Beach-based activities. The so-called Temple of Diana (on the mountain above the town), whose foundations date to the 9th century BC, with spectacular views from the summit.

The nightlife here is decidedly lacking. There is also organised concerts/shows in July/August. There are very few discos and no piano bars. There is no shortage of good restaurants/bars, all with a good range of prices and choice (emphasis on seafood and pizza).