A few steps from the strait that separates Sicily from the Italian peninsula, on a natural terrace overlooking the Ionian Sea, stands the splendid Taormina, the ancient Tauromenion.
With its appearance of a medieval village, its ancient Greek soul, the colors and scents of the Mediterranean vegetation, Taormina is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the world. And the climate of Sicily makes it an ideal destination at any time of the year.
One cannot fail to be fascinated by the immense beauty of this place, as happened to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, when on his trip to Italy he visited the Greek theater (III BC), the symbol of the city.
Surrounded by cypresses and prickly pear plants, with the cavea carved into the rock, the Hellenistic theater of Taormina, transformed into an arena by the Romans, offers a spectacular view of the turquoise sea as far as the coasts of Calabria, the city of Syracuse and the steaming summit of Etna.
Lovers of history and art will find Taormina the ideal place to satisfy their passion.