Isola Bella, which translates to ‘beautiful island’, is a stunning peninsula and nature reserve.
Villa Comunale is a public garden filled with beautiful trees, flowers, and cacti.
The Corvaja Palace was built in the 10th century by the conquering Arabs to defend the town.
This beautiful Greek-Roman amphitheater built in 3 BC is still used today for concerts, plays, and film festivals.
The pre-dinner ritual of enjoying an aperitivo with friends in the evening sun is a highlight of Italian culture.
The square always has a lively atmosphere, with kids playing, musicians busking, and families meeting for dinner.
Visiting this tiny chapel perched high on the mountain above the town is one of the best things to do in Taormina!
Corso Umberto is the lively main street in Taormina that connects the old gates of Porto Messina and Porto Catania to the town center.
The Duomo di Taormina is the town’s main cathedral and one of the top things to do in Taormina.
The Aeolian Islands off the north coast of Sicily are a stunning place to spend a day or more exploring.
Just one hour’s drive from Taormina is the incredible Mount Etna, the highest active volcano in Europe at 3300 meters.