An Ionian seaside town, Avola is a mix of old and new. The town focuses heavily on the sea, with its history as a tuna fishing port. Today, the remains of the Vecchia Tonnara at the wharf are a stone backdrop to the sandy beaches. Avola dates back to a pre-Greek people called the Sicani.…
Most famous by its church, a city in city in Northern France, a historically mono-industrial commune ad fabolous place to calm down and take a walk.
Saint Martin’s church is originally from 9th century but reconstructed in 18th.
On the other side of the main square is nice City Hall from 18 century worth to take a photo and admire the architecture: