It is a village fortified in the Neolithic period (8000 BC) that gave its name to an eponymous culture, Stentinello. Walking through the village you can see the holes that held the poles for the...
The main point of natural interest in this reserve is related to its role as a rest area, nesting and wintering ground for a large number of bird species.
Approximately 230 different species have been observed, of which 80% are migratory.
Among these species, the most common to cite are grey herons, egret, black-winged stilt, the greater flamingo, the moretta tabaccata (photo).
Inside the reserve we can also admire the Guglia di Marcello (photo), a roman monument of the I a.C.-I d.C. along the Via Pompeia, the road that lead Syracuse to Messina.