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Teatro Antico
The Teatro Antico, built during the Hellenistic period, is still used today for theatrical performances.
Villa Comunale
Villa Comunale, founded by Lady Florence Trevelyan, blends harmoniously with its natural surroundings: the bay of Naxos and, in the background, the snow-capped peak of Mount Etna.
Corso Umberto
Corso Umberto I, Taormina's main street, stretches between two arches, Porta Messina and Porta Catania.
Angolo di Taormina
The narrowest street in Taormina.
Isola Bella
The small island of Isola Bella where Lady Trevelyan established an exotic garden, is connected to land by a short, sandy path.
Madonna della Rocca
The church of the Madonna della Rocca, built in the 12th century, sits on a small mountain with a wonderful view of Mt Etna and Taormina.
This small, enchanting medieval town has spectacular views of the imposing Mt Etna overlooking the Gulf of Naxos and Taormina.
Etna is the highest, most active, and most fascinating volcano in Europe.
Gole dell’Alcantara
The natural canyon was carved out by water, revealing walls created by basaltic lava flows.
Savoca & Forza D’Agrò
Two locations where one of the most famous films in history - The Godfather - was filmed.
Aci Trezza
A small fishing village overlooking the Cyclops Islands archipelago - the stones the Cyclops Polyphemus threw at Ulysses as he fled, according to Homer's Odyssey
The city shaped by Etna's eruptions. Its historical centre was rebuilt in Baroque style after the devastating earthquake of 1669.
The most important city of the Magna Graecia where Archimedes was born.
The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At sunset, the sun’s rays transform the colour of the noble palaces, making them glow with a honey-gold radiance.