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Taormina, ME

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"Depending on what side of the island you'll be on, some of the best places to visit in Sicily include San Vito Lo Capo, Segesta, Agrigento, Taormina, and the Aeolian Islands surrounding Lipari."  See More

"Beaches near Cefal├╣ and Taormina are well know, and will be crowded in the summer."  See More

"If you want to stay some time in the area of Taormina, there is Gianni House in Giardini-Naxos, a backpacker's hotel not far from the beach (and great pasta-evenings once a week on the roof terrace with Mount Etna view"  See More

"If landing in Catania, you should accommodate in Taormina or Giardini-Naxos (depends on your budget) and dedicate one day or at least 3/4 of a day to Mount Etna."  See More

"Sicily boasts some splendid beaches, white sandy ones (the whole west coast up to the north, rocky ones with small bays (sandy and pebbly) in Taormina and Giardini Naxos - perfect also for snorkeling and scuba diving."  See More

"On the way to Catania plan to visit Taormina, a beautiful small, picturesque town."  See More

"The south of Italy is warmer: Sicily Taormina."  See More

"Most of my traveling has been in Italy. I like to rattle around mid-size and small places and explore at a slow pace.   Verona is gorgeous.  You can easily stay there and take day trips to larger cities and it's a bit less expensive.  My favorite time of year to be there is in December, when the stella di natale and the mercatino are set up in Piazza Bra.  This is a great web cam, if you want to take a peek: ."  See More

"We spent three weeks in Sicily earlier this year. It is a world apart from the rest of Italy and can be the most frustrating and rewarding place at the same time. The first thing you realize in Sicily is that things happen at their own pace - buses and trains leave and arrive when they leave and arrive; restaurants are open when they open; etc. Once you get past this there is nothing to do but enjoy the amazing sites! I'll just write down our favourite places/sites and things we did: 1)Palermo- definitely the heart of the island, it is loud, busy, and filled with cool things to do and see. We explored the Cathedrals and ancient streets, took a street food tour (highly recommended"  See More

"As a first timer, I would probably head to Taormina - it's very pretty and near many attractions like Mount Etna and archaeological sites."  See More

"If you get a bit more adventurous, consider that you can take an overnight DIRECT train from Rome to Taormina (Sicily)."  See More

"Taormina is an absolute must visit, plus the Gole Alcantara, Mount Etna, Modica, Agrigento."  See More

"You might enjoy Taormina which is a resort town."  See More








   
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