Hotel Lido Mediterranee

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Nazionale, Taormina, Sicily, 98030, Italy
Lido Mediterranee Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
33%
20
Very Good
45%
27
Average
15%
9
Poor
3%
2
Terrible
3%
2

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 36% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families75
  • Couples66
  • Solo66
  • Business0

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von-y

by von-y

i'm going to be staying in catania soon how far away is the nearest/best beach

Re: von-y

by domenicococozza

This depends on your definition of 'best beaches'. I find that we all have our own idea about what consitutes a nice beach. There are beaches in Catania but I think they are a little grubby. Catania has a lot of heavy industry so its waters(ocean)are questionable.
We stayed in Acireale(about 20kms north of Catania)but for the beach, we would drive a further 20 kms north to Giardini Naxos where there are superb, clean beaches. There are some nice little restaurants there too, where you can get reasonably priced lunch.
Of course, 40 kms is perhaps too far, but that may be your best option.
Lets face it, if you have a rental car, 40k is only 30 minutes.

Travel Tips for Catania

Visit Taorminia

by GUYON

visit Taorminia. It is a small antic town on the sea-side. Known as one of the most beautifull places of Sicily, you can have a walk in the streets of which houses are covered by flowers. You can also sit in 'terrazza' at a coffee shop to drink an 'espresso' or a cool drink.
Nevertheless, do not come at Taorminia to be alone : it is a touristy place.

City hall

by baronedivandastad

The city hall is situated on one side of the wonderful Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square), just a stone's throw from the Marina Arches (Archi della Marina).

Like most of the city centre, the building was built after the earthquake that devastated this area of Italy in 1693. Its main architect was Giovan Battista Vaccarini, who designed many of the most relevant buildings you see today in Catania. The building was built in late-baroque style, but with an added touch of rationale (see the layout of the windows).

Don't miss the entrance hall where you can see two perfectly preserved 18th century carts that are used once a year by the city's authorities, during the celebrations of St. Agata.

My First Trip Abroad - Catania

by dowdow

Catania was my first trip abroad and I had gone with my cousin, who had come to Malta for a holiday from Australia. We had gone to Catania mainly for ..... guess what :) .... shopping! ... because really, Catania is just a commercial centre and there is not much to see. In fact we only stayed in Catania for the night and during the day we visited lots of beautiful places in Sicily. Of course four days wasn't enough so that's why I went two years ago to Taormina, Alcantara Gorge and to Mount Etna again.

We stayed at the centre but it was very noisy here. I remember for breakfast we had Croissants ...mmmm I love croissants, especially just baked Italian Croissants.

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 Hotel Lido Mediterranee

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Address: Via Nazionale, Taormina, Sicily, 98030, Italy