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So picturesque it's a must to visit!
The beach is very stoney so spend an hour on a towel or rent a sunbed for more comfort
The sea is rocky to enter so take or buy rock shoes that are sold on the beach
We went there with my gf - the water is clear and warm and the views are picturesque
The beach is all pebble, expensive, quite crowded and there is hardly any change room! We actually changed in the resort and it was described as doing...More
While this is a charming resort it is very busy and the beaches are all pebbles so plastic shoes recommended. Very, very expensive. Be prepared to pay upwards of 15 euros per person for a sun-bed. Food and drink also at top prices. Be fit...More
Pretty spot but no sand, just pebbles. We took two beds and an umbrella for 30 euros over on the left in front of the cafe by the dive centre. Good spot with access to the sea via their jetty. Nice spot for swimming with...More
The island itself is beautiful and when seen from a distance entices you to visit.
However we made the mistake of visiting on a hot Sunday afternoon when the shingle beach was crowded with sun worshipers.
The public beach is lined with cafes and restaurants...More
The most beautiful area to visit with family. We are 4 sisters, aged 22, 19, 11 and 7, and we all loved it. The boat tours are a must, as you get to visit the gorgeous caves hidden around the area. I will definitely be...More
If I had to rate Taormina sea, ı would give the highest score to Isola Bella. The water is very clean, no jellyfish but lots of fish and nice underwater. However especially in weekends it is very very crowded almost impossible to walk without stepping...More
Staying in Taormina for a week we were advised that this was a good snorkelling area. It certainly did not disappoint. It costs just €3 each way on the cable car to get down and back up, then a short walk before hitting the steps...More