An introduction to Sicilian: "isula bedda" means "isola bella" in sicilian language. Sicilian (u sicilianu) is the oldest of the Romance languages derived from latin, with greek, arabic, french, provençal, german, catalan and spanish influences.
Isola Bella is a small island near Taormina. It was a private property until 1990, when it was bought by the Region of Sicily, being turned into a nature reserve.
The cozy apartment called "isula bedda" is part of a complex of 24 seafronts apartments designed by the architect Giulio Minoletti.
The apartment enjoyed a private garden, an easy access to the rocky beach, a shared swimming pool and a private parking.
Within few minutes walking distance:
restaurants, bars, shops, the cableway to reach the historical centre of Taormina.
An hour's drive away:
The Vincenzo Bellini Catania Airport.
The city of Catania.
The Mount Etna.
The unesco heritage site of Syracuse.
The late-baroque towns of the Noto Valley.