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Pocket Guide: Family-Friendly Hotelss in Catania
Stay in a Catania Family-Friendly Hotel
Children are like royalty in Italy, and it’s easy to find a hotel in the Catania area that caters for families. Choose a family-friendly hotel with kitchen facilities to make mealtimes more relaxed. Or try a hotel offering a half-board restaurant complete with children’s menus. Many hotels also have connecting rooms to give everyone in the family a bit of freedom as well as security.
Relax in family-friendly hotels with outdoor pools, many of which offer children’s clubs and activities. Some feature games rooms and sports, including tennis, as well as extensive gardens and play areas.
Catania with Children
Catania’s sights are all within a short distance of each other. With kids in tow, you could always hop on the little tourist train that trundles through the city’s historic streets and past the major sights. And afterwards, there’s no shortage of cafés that offer delicious Sicilian gelato.
Once the warm weather comes, it’s time to hit the beach. Catania has 11 miles of safe sandy beaches, and there are plenty of beach clubs that offer a full range of children’s activities and facilities. There are also family-friendly hotels within a short distance of La Playa, Catania’s main beach.
What to Do in the Catania Region
The coastal villages along the Ionian Sea north of Catania can offer a more intimate seaside experience than the Sicilian capital. For a fun day out, take the kids to Etnaland, which is three parks rolled into one: a water park, an amusement park and a prehistoric park. Indulge children’s sense of adventure by taking them to Parco Avventura Etna, a giant adventure playground where people of all ages can swing through the forest on zip-lines. Spend the day at canopy level before descending for a picnic in the park.
A visit to Mount Etna is another adventure not to be missed. It’s easy to reach thanks to a cable car and a minibus which transport you to as close as you’re allowed to get to the summit of Europe’s tallest active volcano.