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My husband and I took off looking for this place. A couple of italians told about this place the night before. Said it was a must see. It took us a while to find it with the misunderstanding of directions given to us by various...More
Worth a look as the garden is a cool and tranquil location away from the tourist chaos. Pleasant views along the coast toward Etna and some nice older trees. It's about the only place in the town where you won't get over charged ( it's...More
This wonderful Victorian garden was created by Florence Trevelyan,an expat Englishwoman, in the 1890s on the only flat piece of land in Taormina. She married the Mayor of Taormina. She peppered the park with wonderful rickety-looking follies, one seven storeys high, so these are not...More
A lovely set of free gardens to wander into just below the amphitheatre in Taormina. The views are stunning with an amazing view of the bay and Mount Etna. There are a few ‘follies ‘ and a gun mount from the 1st WW and a...More
This unexpectedly interesting little park is a real gem in the heart of Taormina.
Besides a great variety of wonderful plants, trees and cacti, it offers historical buildings to admire, a lovely fountain with plenty of gold fish and spectacular views.
It certainly deserves a...More