Holidays in Letojanni - Taormina Sicily
Letojanni - Taormina City Guide
Summer holidays in Letojanni Sicily
Letojanni is a small village with about 2.600 inhabitants and it is situated in the county of Messina near Taormina.
The small fishing village used to be a part of the small community Gallodoro until the end of the 18th century, which is situated on the hills. It was not until 1952 that Letojanni received its autonomy.
When the railway line and the main road had been established in 1866 Letojanni became more and more important, which caused that a lot of influential families at that time moved down from the mountains of Gallodoro to Letojanni.
Letojanni has its own bus station and thus guarantees a very good bus connexion to the public transport, cheap connexions to the airport of Catania and to all major cities of Sicily.
Holidays on the beach in Letojanni
This holiday site is quite vivid particularly throughout the summer. But it invites its visitors to spend a relaxed and romantic winter holiday in Sicily, too.
This coastal village is situated 5 metres above the sea level and it is a renowned seaside resort for Italien and foreign tourists.
Beaches in Letojanni
In former times, the inhabitants of Letojanni earned their living almost exclusively through fishing. Since the 1960s, however, Letojanni became a popular holiday and seaside resort.
Letojanni has always managed to attract visitors due to its blue water, endless beaches and mild climate.
Leisure, Sport and Culinary in Letojanni
Enjoy the warm evenings while roaming around the promenade Lungomare and have your dinner with view over the sea. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, pubs and ample of other possibilities to amuse yourself, to relax or to do some sport.
Owing to the geographical position Letojanni is a perfect starting point to do some excursions of every kind.
Sights in Letojanni
The city centre of Letojanni offers one of the most stunning "piazza" of whole Italy.
The Piazza Durante, surrounded by palms, honours and is reminiscent with its bronze bust of the most eminent inhabitant of Letojanni - the medecin and researcher Francesco Durante.
Right next to the Piazza Durante you will see the church of the patron saint San Guiseppe. The church was built in a neo-gothic style and made of Travertin marble.
Get in touch with the people of Letojanni und spend a marvellous bathing holiday there!