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This was recommended as one of the places to visit by our tour guide and she was right. A peaceful place to come and sit and look at the very nicely laid out gardens but of course the main event here are the views over...More
Visited here this afternoon with my girlfriend. Very pretty garden with stunning views and great photo opportunities. Designed by an English woman who later married an Italian. A hidden gem well worth a visit.
The 19th century botanical gardens in Taormina are charming. There are spectacular views of the sea and the town from the well kept pathways. The park features charming "follies," whimsical structures that have a fairy tale quality about them. It is peaceful to take a...More
This is not a must-see attraction, it is basically a little stroll to pass the time. It is literally a walking path with a few trees, shrubs and plants. We spent about 20 minutes looking around and were pretty much done.
Villa Comunale is a gem of a place. It is very well looked after, very relaxing to walk around and you might even be lucky enough to meet the resident cats! It is a great place to take pictures as well.
Pleasant gardens in the town. A bit arid in August, but I should imagine they are really beautiful between April and June. The northern end is quieter, but at the other end there are also curious follies as well as the plants. Like many things...More
From the Corso Umberto take the alley going downhill to the Naumarche. Follow this street downhill (Via Fratelli Bandiera) this turns into via Bagnoli Croci. Continue downhill and it is on your right. There is an entrance at... More
From the Corso Umberto take the alley going downhill to the Naumarche. Follow this street downhill (Via Fratelli Bandiera) this turns into via Bagnoli Croci. Continue downhill and it is on your right. There is an entrance at the lookout on Via Roma.
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Response from Marjorie I | Reviewed this property |
I agree with all other posts. It your mum can manage the walk to the gardens and back then I am sure she will really enjoy these lovely gardens. Plenty of shade, plenty of seats. Really hope you get to see them