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Milazzo

(Italian miˈlattso)
n
(Placename) a port in NE Sicily: founded in the 8th century bc; scene of a battle (1860), in which Garibaldi defeated the Bourbon forces. Pop: 32 108 (2001). Ancient name: Mylae
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It is based in Milazzo, opposite the Aeolian Islands, and there is a range of courses on offer, including one for the over-50s, as well as a week's sailing trip around the islands with a lesson each morning.
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