To get some different view over Giardini Naxos & Taormina book a boat trip with Antonio. It's a very relaxing 2 hours boat tour via Naxos Cape, Naxos Bay, Grotto's Day, Taormina Cape, ISOLA BELLA, Azzurra Grotto, Mazzaro Bay, S. Nicola Bay, Spisone Bay, and view over Etna ... plus time for swimming, wine and fruits tasting :))
For all details ask Gianni House Staff, we are here happy to do the booking for you.

Located on the Italian island of Sicily, Mount Etna is one of the most famous volcanoes in the world due to the fact that it frequently erupts and has a large number of eruption styles.
The bleak lava wilderness around the summit of Etna is one of the most memorable landscapes Italy has to offer. The volcano’s height is constantly shifting, depending on whether eruptions are constructive or destructive, and over the last century it has ranged from 3263m to the present estimate of 3340m. Whatever its exact height, Etna is a substantial mountain, one of the world’s biggest active volcanoes, and on a clear day it can be seen from well over half of Sicily. Some of its eruptions have been disastrous: in 1169, 1329 and 1381 the lava reached the sea and in 1669 Catania was wrecked and its castle surrounded by molten rock.