Santo Stefano di Camastra is a wonderful village in Sicily between the sea and the mountains where you find art, colors, culture and tradition.
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Santo Stefano di Camastra is an Italian municipality, part of the province of Messina, located near the beautiful Cefalù. Over the years he became famous for his production of handmade ceramics
In fact, walking through the streets of this wonderful village, you can admire the craft shops where they are built ceramics that have attracted tourists from around the world.
The ceramics are built with the techniques of the Sicilian tradition and as well as being wonderful, they fill the streets of the small village with colors.
Santo Stefano di Camastra, is the most important production center of ceramics in western Sicily.
Here, in 1994, the ceramic museum was inaugurated inside the splendid Palazzo del Barone Sergio in Piazza Duca di Camastra.
The museum has many precious objects, majolica tiles and some works by some contemporary artists such as Lorenzini, Caruso, Carlos Carré etc ....
Walking along the course, you can not help but notice the beautiful town hall of the village, where you can take a little break admiring the colors of its garden.
Among the many things to visit, we recommend Viale delle Palme, a little corner of paradise where you can enjoy wonderful sunsets.
This avenue is characterized by its parapet embellished by the ceramics of the place, from here you can also see the "Window on the sea" a work of modern art located near the sea.
In the evening the village comes alive with its bars, restaurants, exhibitions, concerts and shows that are organized every summer.