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Section in Taormina
Do & See
The medieval town can probably be walked within one day and, despite its tiny area, this little gem located on the East coast of Sicily has a unique charm that has an enchanting force on travelers. The quaint and historical center, the beautiful Corso Umberto I with its shops and traditional Sicilian restaurants, crystal water beaches and the numerous solutions for a day trip in the Sicilian surroundings are some of the ingredients that make the so called "pearl" of the Ionic Sea so unique and charming.

Villa Comunale

Recommended by both tourists and locals alike, the gardens of this villa represent the perfect escapade and a shaded solution after having spent days at the beach. Designed by the British and eccentric Lady Florence Trevelyan, they fairly resemble British gardens although they house a diverse and rare Sicilian flora as well as exotic plants. The architectural beauties are also considerable - take a look at the Beehive, this bizarre construction along with the other classical statues will make you wonder.
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