Santa Teresa di Riva
Taormina (9 km)
Tourist city of international fame, located on a hill, suspended between rocks and the sea, offers a scenario of natural beauties unique in the world. Read the guide of Taormina
Etna (65 km)
The highest volcano in Europe, among the most active in the world. An ideal place for suggestive excursions both day and night.
Giardini Naxos (12 km)
First Greek colony to be founded in Sicily in 735 a.c. The town, nestled in a small bay, is one of the most popular seaside resorts of Eastern Sicily.
AEOLIAN ISLANDS (67 KM)
They are an archipelago of seven islands of volcanic origin: Panarea, Vulcano, Lipari, Stromboli, Salina, Filicudi and Alicudi. They represent an increasingly popular tourist destination thanks to their natural environment.
Castelmola (12 km)
A tourist town determined by the extreme proximity to Taormina. The name derives its inspiration from the shape of the large boulder on which it rises, which is reminiscent of a (millstone) “mola”
Savoca (5 km)
Ancient medieval village and city of art, inserted in the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Famous for being chosen as a set of numerous successful films, such as “The Godfather”.
Letojanni (6 km)
Seaside town, first in Italy to use the title “Flight City” for the practice of paragliding. Roberto Benigni chose it to shoot some scenes of the famous film “Johnny Stecchino”.
Forza d’Agrò (6 km)
Historical City, located on a hill, offers an extraordinary view of the Ionian Riviera, on one side the bay of Taormina and on the other the Strait of Messina.
Acitrezza (55 Km)
It ‘a fishing center of an ancient and great tradition, whose landscape is dominated by towering cliffs of the Cyclops. It was the town where Giovanni Verga set the famous novel “I Malavoglia”. English edition, The House by the Medlar-Tree (1890)
ALCANTARA GORGES (35 km)
The peculiarity of these gorges consists in the structure of the walls, which originated from a lava flow. The river Alcantara has created over time a landscape of strong tourist attraction.
It is a vital city, the baroque of its historic center has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Catania is the cultural and commercial nerve center of eastern Sicily.