Appartamenti Villa il Glicine

Address: Via San Pancrazio 25/27, Taormina, Sicily, Italy | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on Via San Pancrazio 25/27, Taormina, is near Greek Amphitheater (Teatro Greco), Caffe Wunderbar, SAT Group Tours, and Palazzo Corvaja.
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Travel Blogs from Taormina

Glitzy, Ritzy, Palatial Taormina!

A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on May 24, 2015

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... of transport around the world!

If you like to shop, have money to spend (and plenty of room in your luggage) then Taormina is the place to visit. (Sorry Mummy, you only score 1 out of 3) You can then soak up the sun by a pool in your hotel or take the cable car down to the beaches below. Taormina is a place to dress up, sit back, soak up the sun, eat, drink and to just stop and enjoy the atmosphere.

As I said, Taormina ...

Marche, Venice and Rome.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 11, 2014

... My train to Rome was at 2.15 pm the next day which gave me enough time to visit Lido and Murano islands in the morning.


Following brekkie it took a Hanumanesque effort to leave the hostel to check off Lido and Murano from the itinerary. I rode the waterbus to Lido, walked across the island to the beach on the opposite shore and rode the waterbus back to Giudecca. I actually liked Lido; it had some semblance of normalcy from the touristy gimmicks of the ...

Giardini-Naxos - Scicli

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on May 02, 2014


So after the night in the railway-line B &B we cross the road back to the car hire joint and decide to recoup what we can and take train and bus to our next host/destination. Beautiful old railway station in G-Naxos, less than an hour by train back to Catania, find the adjacent bus terminal, wait for 3/4 hr in a kebab joint thronging with what Jon described as shifty looking dudes, onto a bus for 2+ hrs, constant speed, tunnelling through ...

A short stay in Sicily

A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Jun 20, 2013

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... of driving around Sicily and then onto Rome ( a mere 800 kms away!) Distracted by the sights of Taormina saw us go no further than the beach where Santo decided to take a plunge in the ocean...... Apparently a cold relief on a very hot day, while the girls enjoyed their 1,100,005th granita whilst having been away...yum.

Onwards to Vizzini to visit Santo's families hometown, saw us drive an hour south to arrive in what would be described in Australia as ...

Onward to Sicily

A travel blog entry by crystalsims on Jun 08, 2013

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... migrating from the sea to the west.

Our guide explained why towns here were built high in the mountains with fortresses even higher up.The area was plagued by pirates from the Phoenicians through the 19th century. Taormina town has an elevation of 800 feet. The castle is on a hill even higher up.

Greek theaters (theatron: "place were you look") were cut into hillsides, not erected, but carved -- usually outside the city. Seats were divided into 9 ...