Experience Taormina with us

Looking for somewhere touristy? A town to be seen in? Then visit Taormina, the Sicilian coastal gem, and you’ll have found your place. Enjoy visiting the stunning ancient theatre. Be in awe of the breathtaking vistas of the shoreline. And sit in a café for a good people-watching session. Taormina is a Sicilian summer destination. A town so chic, the chicness will rub off on you! Try the street food – delicious. Head on a Godfather locations tour, and be sure to head for Mount Etna! You can’t help but be impressed. Sicily’s seaside gem is waiting for you.

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Our tips for Taormina

Is Taormina worth it? Very much so, Taormina is a beautiful mediaeval town with lovely gardens and beaches and fantastic sea views. Visit in the morning or evening, and you’ll soon see why. Visit Isola Bella Just south of the town, you’ll find Isola Bella, and it’s a nature reserve and a little further south a bay and popular seaside resort Giardini Naxos. Well worth checking out.

Good to know

Best time to visit
There are two distinct seasons to visit Taormina. April to June and September to October. This is when the climate is at its most favourable, and you’re visiting before the crowds build up!
Getting around
You really don’t need to be driving around Taormina. You won’t find any parking anyway, and it only takes about 15 minutes to walk from one side of town to the other.
Stay Safe
As Taormina is one of the chicest resorts in Sicily, you’ll find it’s also one of the safest areas on the island. You’ll also see if your Italian or Sicilian isn’t up to scratch that many people will speak English.
Did you know?
Impress your fellow travellers with these tidbits of information • Although not specific to Taormina itself, the Sicilian language is still spoken on the island. Have a lookout for menu’s and signs written in the language. • Sicily is perhaps not as well known for its wine. Actually, the climate is ideal for growing grapes; several wine regions are worth seeking out, including Mount Etna and Vittoria.

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