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All reviews via crucis worth the effort worth the climb beautiful church zig zag great walk castle mola villa ducale climb the stairs fab views peaceful place vantage point walk up mt etna carved town path
Finding the path from Corso Umberto required google maps but once climbing the steps every pause was rewarded with another stunning view. The Chapel provided a quiet place of recuperation after the climb and the photographs a perpetual reminder of the extraordinary views. We did...More
The climb up isn’t too tiring if you pace yourself. You are rewarded with increasingly spectacular views of Taormina, the coast and Etna. The view at the top is tremendous. The church itself is carved out of the rock and is a peaceful place. Recommended.
My partner was hesitant about tackling the stairs but it was well worth the climb. The views of Taormina are absolutely stunning and if you want you can then catch the local bus back down for less than 2 eurowhich is an experience in itself.
Visited on the way back from a trip to Castelmola (well the bus driver forgot to stop and we had to go back up on his bus again, but that's another story!) The church is beautiful, very peaceful and unique. The views from the top...More
A nice little distraction from swimming, eating and shopping in Taormina! My youngest daughter (12) counted 687 steps from Corsa Umberto up! Luckily they had no idea when we started, otherwise it might not have happened 😀! A lovely small church and spectacular views await...More
We visited as part of a trip to Castelmola, you can get to the church by bus, but we did it by taxi from Taormnia. the church is built into a rocky cave and is beautifully decorated. well worth a visit
Having read about this beautiful and unique church we asked our driver(tour guide)) if it would be possible to take us there for a visit. Did not want to experience the 500 steps to walk there.
He drove us up the curvy hillside road and...More