Parco Florence Trevelyan
Beautiful Public Gardens, originally private park created by the will of Lady Florence Trevelyan Cacciola, Scottish noblewoman who lived in Taormina in 1884, and married the mayor. Built as typical English garden, Park was filled with a great variety of flowers and plants from all over the world, but also of singular exotic buildings used by Lady Florence, passionate ornithologist, for bird watching. The most characteristic building is the so called "The Beehives". Gardens are also a wonderful overlooking Mount Etna and the coastline.