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Yes, this is a very pretty beach but unforturnately you have to walk down 152 steps to get to it and that means 152 steps to get back to the street. The beach and the water are very rocky -- wear water shoes. You can't...More
Today we visited Isola Bella to see the island and go for a swim. The island is located in a small cove, with beaches on either side. It is 128 steps down to the beach. Although the island is very pretty (and has a rich...More
Easy walk to the island, a few strides across shallow water. I had water shoes but my husband used the hotel slippers just for that bit. Lovely views from the villa across the sea, not so good of the awfully crowded beach. Such a peaceful...More
True, there are a lot of steps and a lot of people, and the beach is not very comfortable, but if you enjoy snorkelling, this is a good place to go. There are rocky and mysterious landscapes below the surface, and more fish than you'd...More
Accessing Isola Bella by land requires some cardio vascular
Exercise, unless we went the wrong way, as getting to the beach is a long way down a great number of steps on a relatively steep gradient.
But it’s the getting back up them that might...More
Experience the best of Sicily exploring it directly from its waters. On board a 20 meters Gullet we sailed between the majesty of the landscapes and a deafening silence of the sea. You will admire Taormina from the bays that made it famous throughout the...More
Although the beach is full of pebbles which are really difficult to walk especially for the elderly, it is worth the whole trip. We stayed on the beach opposite Isola Bella, but then we walked over to the island and the view from there is...More
A must see if you are in the area! Absolutely stunning seeing this beach surrounded by volcanic rock. The house carved from the rock on the island surrounded by plant life is just remarkable.
I absolutely loved the pebble walkway connecting the two beach areas...More