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  • Bella Taormina

    16 July 2020

    Bella Taormina Taormina is home to La Malandrina, one of Sicily’s most beautiful towns. Taormina is a true gem on the Mediterranean. Perched above the turquoise blue sea, it offers magnificent views down along the Ionian coast, while the dramatic hillside above it is dotted with medieval architecture and winding streets. One cannot but remain absolutely charmed by the immense

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  • Natale a Taormina

    24 December 2014

    Taormina è un salotto e a Natale è ancora più intimo e scintillante. Le strade si riempiono di decorazioni e luci colorate, i mercatini di Natale si riempiono di leccornie per bambini e tutto ha il sapore di famiglia. Non perdetevi l’esperienza di vivere qui la magia del Natale, i presepi e il grande albero di Piazza IX aprile vi

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  • Open Cellars on Mt. Etna

    20 July 2014

    Open Cellars is the most important wine-tourism event in Italy and specifically in Sicily. On the last Sunday in May, every year, the wine-producers, who have joined the Wine Tourism Movement, open their cellars to the public, promoting direct contact with wine-enthusiasts. Not only is one able to taste and buy the wines directly from the producer, but one can

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  • The Carnival in Acireale

    19 July 2014

    The carnival in Acireale is considered “the finest carnival in Sicily” and it is certainly the one with the oldest traditions on the island. It takes place every year in Acireale, in the province of Catania. One of its most distinctive features is the procession of allegorical carts adorned with flowers. The allegorical-grotesque papier mache figures on the carts are

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  • St. Agatha in Catania

    18 July 2014

    The feast of St. Agatha is the most important religious festival in Catania and one of the most visited in Italy. It is celebrated in honour of the patron saint of the town every year between the 3rd and 5th of February and on the 17th August. The first event commemorates the martyrdom of Catania’s saint, whilst the second date

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