The park has great views of the bay and across to Etna. There are also a number of quaint buildings and a small menagerie with parrots and other exotic birds. It is a tranquil and cool place for a stroll during the day.
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This garden is a must see while in Taormina! Created by Florence Trevelyan, some time in the late 1800's, it has native and exotic plants beautifully placed. But her "follies", (playful buildings made of sticks, stones, etc.), are still there to be enjoyed. Don't let...More
This parc is a wonderful adress to sit, walk, relax and watch the beauty of the seaside. You do not need to pay an entrance fee. Do not forget your camera and take some wonderful pictures.
Beautiful garden with a interesting history. We would have stayed longer but he park was closing. Well worth a visit. No entry fee.
Really fascinating gardens, so calm in there. Also the "wooden bird house" is beautiful. We walked through here most days. Lovely duck pond with loads of fish. Only one sad comment and that is the beautiful parrot that is in a biggish cage that goes...More
Definitely worth a walk through to see the views and take pictures. The trees and flowers are so colorful and the Mediterranean Sea is great backdrop.
Beautiful gardens with very quirky folly-type buildings amongst the foliage. Well worth a visit when you tire of the endless crowds in Taormina.