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La Tonnara di Bonagia

The structure of the former tuna fishery, one of the most interesting from an architectural point of view, now transformed into a tourist complex, probably has Norman origins: its existence, with the adjoining tower, is however documented in the early 16th century. Property of the royal court which granted it to private individuals, in 1639 it was purchased by the Stella family who, despite ups and downs, held it until the 19th century; then it was inherited by the Pia Casteldimirto work and, after the suppression of the religious corporations (1866), it became state property and was entrusted to private individuals, only to be sold, in the 1980s, to a company that transformed it in hotels and residences.





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