Taormina

Discover Taormina is an ancient Greek and Saracens the  Town finds itself between Messina and Catania on the Island of Sicily the influence is Greek /Roman and a strong 19th Century revisited. Taormina the old town is 250 meters above sea level where on the high rock you will find the Saracen Castle, and you can see sections of the ancient walls around the hill and ancient buildings and reservoirs and pavements' remains of the ancient buildings.Attractions that you will find in Taormina is home to the  Teatro Greco ("Greek theatre"). The courtyard of the 10th century  The Duomo that dates from the 13th century and the Casa Cipolla in Taormina dates from the 15th century.What depicts Taormina as an important site is the Monument of the Ancient Theater which is one of the most important and respected ruins in Sicily, Mostly built  from Brick which is probably Roman period , but confusing as it maybe it is planned as that of a Greek building  , so Archaeologist believe that there was once a Greek theater  then the Romans built on top preserving  both the Greek and Roman period.It is now often used for operatic and theatrical performances and for concerts.Not far from Taormina you can also see  Mount Etna the largest Volcano in Europe.