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All reviews people watch nice square open square gelato main square lovely place to sit stunning panoramic views bars and restaurants photo opportunities lovely church corso umberto mount etna sea coast town bay mediterranean
If you got to Taormina, don't miss walking into this square and checking out the views of the sea from the edge. It's a beautiful area with a church and a nice place to relax. While it's away from the crowds moving down the town's...More
Having visited with friends this square became the meeting point and focal point for all to meet and enjoy during the day and night. Stunning views by day and entertainment at night whilst enjoying a drink and good food. Worth a visit if in Taormina
We came here lots of times. It’s a wonderful place to sit and relax as a break from roaming around the little shopping streets . We enjoyed our time here have a coffee and best of all is the great view of Mt Etna.
You must get to this point and see the ocean then checkered square is lovely and very picturesque look out for the tourism office just up the street its in an amazing building and look out for the street light they look like the bases...More
loved sitting opposite this square in the evenings and people watching. always something going on, not forgetting the photo opportunities with the view over the bay - two weddings in one week we were there added to the colour.
Beleverde Square It's adjacent to the gates of Messina. It is also called Piazza 9 April and resides between St. Giuseppe and St. Augustine churches. Google Beleverde Square and a Picture will be displayed. Taormina is a... More
Beleverde Square It's adjacent to the gates of Messina. It is also called Piazza 9 April and resides between St. Giuseppe and St. Augustine churches. Google Beleverde Square and a Picture will be displayed. Taormina is a charming tourist town, but will have much less To offer in January. Most likely many shops will be closed or opened only on week ends. Nonetheless it is interesting. Syracuse will offer more in January.