Castelmola - Cathedral square
Taormina - IX April square
Giardini-Naxos - Naxos bay
Savoca - Fossia square
Forza d'Agrò - Durazzesco arc
Catania - Cathedral of S. Agata
Taormina - from Madonna Rocca
Giardini-Naxos - Sabbie d'Oro
Savoca - Pentefurri neighborhood
Forza d'Agrò - Panoramic
Catania - Via Etnea

Taormina like Giardini-Naxos were founded along important communication routes that allowed people to move across the Ionian coast and enter the Alcantara valley to reach the Adriatic coast. These two roads are:

– the SS114 or Consolare Valeria that connects Messina to Catania and develops all along the coast offering unique points of view. With it it is possible to reach countries like Letojanni, Sant’Alessio and with small deviations also Forza D’Agrò and Savoca.

– The SS185 or the Via dell’Alcantara. It goes into the mountains between the Peloritans and the Nebrodis. So called because of the presence of the Alcantara river with it, in addition to the famous Alcantara gorges and the less famous Gurne of Alcasntara, Motta Camastra, Francavilla di Sicilia, Castiglione di Sicilia and through the spi that also Randazzo branches out from it can be reached .

To realize an experiential path you can’t help but look at the things to see along these tourist roads.

Taormina

taormina

Castelmola

castelmola

Giardini-Naxos

giardini-naxos

Forza d’Agrò

forza d'agrò

Savoca

savoca

Letojanni

letojanni

Castiglione di Sicilia

castiglione di sicilia

Motta Camastra

motta camastra

Randazzo

randazzo

Catania

catania