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Taormina

You’ll reach Taormina by taxi, driving along the eastern coast of Sicily.

At your arrival, in the city historical centre, you’ll be able to visit the outstanding Ancient Greek Theatre and the Corvaja Palace, and to enjoy Corso Umberto shopping. Right after Taormina, you’ll be accompanied to see the Saraceno Castel and the Santuario della Madonna della Rocca, where we’re going to stop for a while. Following, there will be a panoramic tour, which will allow you to admire the “Isola Bella” and the East coast from a high point, and to take some pictures. Before returning to the port, we’ll offer you a panoramic tour of the city of Messina, stopping briefly in the historical city centre.

Castelmola and Taormina

Your driver will take you to the small village named Castelmola, located right above Taormina. There you’ll be able to visit the Castel and to taste the well-known Sicilian almond wine, while admiring the picturesque and breath-taking view. From Castelmola, we’ll move to the Saraceno Castel and the Santuario della Madonna della Rocca, where we’ll stop by for a visit.

Later, you’ll be taken to Taormina, where you’ll enjoy the most famous Sicilian historical centre and you’ll get the opportunity of visiting the Ancient Greek Theatre as well as the Corvaja Palace. You won’t regret spending some time in Corso Umberto shopping!

Therefore, during a panoramic tour you’ll be able to admire the “Isola Bella” and the East coast from a high point, and to take some pictures. In the end, before returning to the port, we’ll offer you a panoramic tour of the city of Messina, stopping briefly in the historical city centre.

Taormina and Taormina Beach

By taxi, driving along the East side of Sicily, you’ll arrive to Taormina. At your arrival, in the historical city centre, you’ll be able to visit the Ancient Greek Theatre as well as the Corvaja Palace, and to enjoy the Corso Umberto shopping. After a panoramic tour, which will allow you to admire the “Isola Bella” and the East coast from a high point, we’re going to stop by the sea. There, you’ll get to refresh yourself in the crystal-clear water of Taormina. In the end, before returning to the port, we’ll offer you a panoramic tour of the city of Messina, stopping briefly in the historical city centre.

The Godfather Tour (Savoca and Taormina)

By taxi, driving along the East side of Sicily, you’ll arrive to Savoca, which is one of the most wonderful hamlet in Italy. There, you’ll get to walk along the pleasant streets of its centre and to taste the local products, such as the delicious lemon granite at Bar Vitelli, where Francis Ford Coppola shooted some of the main scenes of his well-known masterpiece “The Godfather”.

Later, after visiting the Savoca’s catacomb, you’ll be taken to Taormina, where you’ll be able to visit the outstanding Ancient Greek Theatre and the Corvaja Palace, and to enjoy Corso Umberto shopping. Therefore, during a panoramic tour you’ll be able to admire the “Isola Bella” and the East coast from a high point, and to take some pictures. In the end, before returning to the port, we’ll offer you a panoramic tour of the city of Messina, stopping briefly in the historical city centre.

The Godfather tour (Savoca, Forza D’Agrò, Taormina)

By taxi, driving along the East side of Sicily, you’ll arrive to Savoca, which is one of the most wonderful hamlet in Italy. There, you’ll get to walk along the pleasant streets of its centre and to taste the local products, such as the delicious lemon granite at Bar Vitelli, where Francis Ford Coppola shooted some of the main scenes of his well-known masterpiece “The Godfather”. The movie was partly filmed also in Forza D’Agrò, which is an ancient medieval village, offering a breath-taking view on Taormina and the eastern coast. You’ll be taken there too, after visiting the Savoca’s catacomb. From Forza D’Agrò we’ll move to Taormina, where you’ll be able to visit the outstanding Ancient Greek Theatre and the Corvaja Palace, and to enjoy Corso Umberto shopping. Therefore, during a panoramic tour you’ll be able to admire the “Isola Bella” and the East coast from a high point, and to take some pictures. In the end, before returning to the port, we’ll offer you a panoramic tour of the city of Messina, stopping briefly in the historical city centre.

Etna and Taormina

By taxi, driving along the eastern coast, washed by the waters of the Ionic sea, you’re going to pass through some of the Etnean villages, such as Santa Venerina and Zafferana Etnea. After a brief stop by the statue of Santa Maria della Provvidenza and the lava flow of 1992, you’ll arrive to the highest active volcano in Europe, the Etna (or Mongibello, which means “beautiful mountain”).

There, you’ll get to reach the summit of the mount, at more than 3,300 m above the sea, going up by the cableway. We’ll stop for a while to let you walk next to the “Crateri Silvestri” and taste an exquisite coffee. Later, we’ll move to Taormina, where you’ll be able to visit the outstanding Ancient Greek Theatre and the Corvaja Palace, and to enjoy Corso Umberto shopping. Therefore, during a panoramic tour you’ll be able to admire the “Isola Bella” and the East coast from a high point, and to take some pictures. In the end, before returning to the port, we’ll offer you a panoramic tour of the city of Messina, stopping briefly in the historical city centre.

ETNA

By taxi, driving along the eastern coast, washed by the waters of the Ionic sea, you’re going to pass through some of the Etnean villages, such as Santa Venerina and Zafferana Etnea. After a brief stop by the statue of Santa Maria della Provvidenza and the lava flow of 1992, you’ll arrive to the highest active volcano in Europe, the Etna (or Mongibello, which means “beautiful mountain”).

There, you’ll get to reach the summit of the mount, at more than 3,300 m above the sea, going up by the cableway. We’ll stop for a while to let you walk next to the “Crateri Silvestri” and taste an exquisite coffee. In the end, before returning to the port, we’ll offer you a panoramic tour of the city of Messina, stopping briefly in the historical city centre.