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Unahotels Naxos Beach Sicilia

  • Sicily, Italy, Taormina Area

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Surrounded by a natural landscape and set amidst citrus and olive groves, the Naxos Beach Resort is a beautiful retreat situated right on the beachfront in Giardini Naxos. The complex offers a wide variety of activities to entertain the whole family during your stay. Those feeling active can choose from the likes of windsurfing, basketball and tennis. If you're looking to relax you'll also be spoiled for choice as you can chill on the large sun terrace beside one of the resort's two pools whilst enjoying a cool drink from Del Parco Bar, or relax on a comfortable lounger by the sea on the hotel's private beach. The resort is in a great location to explore the impressive sights of Sicily. The stunning volcano, Mount Etna, is just an hour's drive away and can be seen from the hotel and the lovely historic town of Taormina is just a 25-minute drive away.

The hotel offers guests a choice of restaurants. Try the delicious fresh fish from Stella di Mare, right on the beach front, or for a traditional atmosphere and Sicilian delicacies the Casa Del Massaro restaurant serves an à la carte menu in a farmhouse setting. The comfortable and elegant guest rooms provide a relaxing retreat.

Added value

Honeymoon Offer: Save 20% on the hotel price and receive a complimentary fruit basket. Conditions apply

Guests aged over 65 years save 5% on the hotel price for holidays between 06 Apr - 25 Oct 19. Please call to receive this offer.


  • No. of rooms: 642
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 4
  • No. of interconnecting rooms: 43
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  • Official rating: 4

Classic Rooms are found in the hotel's main building. They are around 23m² and furnished in an elegant style. Facilities include Satellite TV, mini fridge, safe, free wifi, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Nestled within the gardens are villas that have their own patio area furnished with table and two chairs, where you can take in the beautiful surrounding gardens.

Superior Villa Rooms are surrounded by the luscious gardens and decorated in in an elegant style. The rooms have either a terrace or balcony. 


  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: Yes


Board basis options available

  • Half Board

Taormina Area

Stunning views of Europe's largest active volcano, often capped with snow, sweeping sea vistas that stretch as far as the eye can see and gardens full of the colours and aromas of bougainvillea, lemon trees and jasmine - all combine to create one of the most enchanting destinations in Italy.

Inghams operate an in resort Rep service in the Taormina Area.

Things to do in resort

A rich tapestry of Ancient Greek, Byzantine and Roman influence, Taormina has some of the most astounding architecture Europe has to offer with the Teatro Greco ruins, Corso Umburto I in Old Taormina town and of course the Piazza Duomo, which dates back to the 13th century. The shopping district Corso Umburto (named for the King of Italy) is home to a fantastic variety of shops, restaurants, coffee shops and of course wine shops. A pedestrian path runs right through the town (beware it can in fact take you right the way to Messina if you follow it too far!) and this will help you navigate the plethora of shops selling local wares as well as designer boutiques. Be sure to make a stop at the famed 'Gelatomania', one of the oldest ice cream shops in Taormina with over 50 flavours of gelato to choose from.

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For more information on travel and transport visit our Taormina Area page


Valley of the Temples

Agrigento & Scala Dei Turchi (full day)

This awe inspiring excursion will take you on a journey along the South Coast of Sicily to Agrigento, known as Akragas in the past, a place in which one of the most influential civilisations of ancient Greece flourished. Explore the archaeological site and discover the ruins of the ancient temples, some among the best preserved in the world, Concordia, the temples of Juno, Zeus, Hercules, Vulcano and the ruins of the temples of Castor and Pollux.

The journey continues towards Scala dei Turchi and its white marna cliff formations on the south coast of the Island. Its name is translated to ‘Stair of the Turks’ due to the ladder like rock formations that undulate across the landscape. This unique striking landscape is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Italy. There are two sandy beaches surrounding the cliffs that you can make your way down to (comfortable shoes are highly recommended). Pack your swimsuit, towels and sun cream so that you can take a moment to relax by the glistening emerald ocean before making the trip back to Taormina in the late afternoon.

Departs: Tuesdays from 01 May – 31st Oct

Price: from £49pp (entrance fees and lunch are payable locally)


Mount Etna & Alcantara Gorges (full day)

This trip takes you on an adventure to Europe’s largest and most active volcano. To reach the towering Mount Etna from Taormina, take the highway (about 20km) until you reach the mountain road that meanders through the villages of Etna and the surrounding fields of vineyards, olive trees and fruit trees. As you ascend the mountain road through a continuously changing landscape, a chestnut and pine forest closes in at an altitude of 1000 metres, before opening up into a volcanic lunar landscape at 1900 metres. From the carpark you can take a short trek up to the Silvestri Craters that formed as a result of the eruption of Etna in 1892.

There is also a cable car up to the spectacular viewpoint at 2500m. If you are feeling even more adventurous you can join a Jeep and mountain guide that takes you to the foot of the mountain crater at 2900m where the black volcanic landscape intensifies into a kaleidoscope of red ionised rock, white ashfall and yellow sulphur. This extension depends on the activity of the volcano and the weather conditions. During your visit to Mount Etna there will be time for lunch at the base of the cable car where there are small souvenir shops and self-service restaurant.

As you head back towards Taormina you will have the chance to see the stunning lava prisms at the Alcantara Gorges. The black lava walls that tower above the glistening Alcantara River, have been formed from the lava cooling process and water erosion. A stairway leads you down through the gorge or you can descend through the canyon via a lift.

Departs: Daily except Fridays from 01 May – 31st Oct

Price: from £103pp (entrance fees and lunch are payable locally)


Palermo (full day)

Take a trip from Taormina through the heart of Sicily to Palermo via the Catania-Enna-Palermo (about 280 km). Once you reach the Capital of Sicily you will find yourself in the political hub and cultural centre of the Island. Palermo is at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and as a result, is a melting pot of many influences. First stop is the magnificent Cathedral of Monreale, a visual culmination of these influences with its mix of Western, Byzantine, and Islamic architecture. Its original building was constructed on the orders of King William II of Sicily and dates back to 1182. The majestic building is set on the hillside overlooking the city’s centre in a striking and strategic location that assured that the residents security and defence. Famed for its intricate mosaic finish that covers almost the entire interior from floor to ceiling with geometric patterns and rich figural decoration, it is a sight to behold. You will have the option to visit the adjacent cloister on the southern side of the cathedral, which is part of the original monastery building.

Departs: Wednesdays from 01 May – 31st Oct

Price: from £49pp (entrance fees and lunch are payable locally)


Syracuse & Noto (full day)

The beautiful baroque town of Syracuse is known for its ancient ruins and stunning architecture. You’ll get to explore the thousand-year-old history of the town on this excursion, starting with the incredible cathedral that dominates the piazza. After a short walk, you’ll arrive on the seafront promenade to admire the Arethusa Fountain before getting some free time for lunch. With Syracuse’s daily market filled with fresh food and plenty of family-run trattorias and cafés, you’ll be spoilt for choice. After lunch, you’ll stop at the archaeological park before heading to Noto, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its maze of beautiful baroque buildings.

Departs: Mondays and Fridays from 01 May – 31 October

Price: from £50pp (entrance fees and lunch are payable locally)


Mini Cruise to Aeolian Islands - Lipari & Vucano (full day)

This full-day excursion takes you north to the stunning Aeolian Islands. Heading to the port town of Milazzo, a comfortable ship will take you to Lipari via the Punta Castagna - a beautiful area of old Pumice Pits and white beaches, where you can admire the charming landscape and the crystal-clear waters. On Lipari you’ll get to visit the old town and archaeological park before having some free time for lunch or a spot of shopping. Next on the agenda is Vulcano, an island known for its black sand beaches, hot springs and mud baths. Before heading back to mainland Sicily, you'll enjoy an hour and a half's sail around the islands to view the Faraglioni, Papa Giovanni rock, the Grotta degli Angeli and the Scoglio della Mummia. On the way back to Milazzo, the boat will pass near the picturesque village of Gelso to admire the ancient lighthouse.

Departs: Wednesdays and Fridays from 01 May – 31 October

Price: from £63pp (entrance fees and lunch are payable locally)


Mini Cruise to Aeolian Islands - Panarea & Stromboli (full day)

After departing Taormina, you'll drive to Milazzo and board a boat directly to Panarea, one of the Aeolian's most fashionable islands where luxury yachts fill the tiny harbour and some of Italy's most elite sip prosseco in bustling cafés. You'll have two hours here to wander around - visit the picturesque village, take a swim in the crystal-clear waters or stop for a bite to eat. The afternoon takes you to Stromboli, where the smoky volcano dominates the sky. You'll have time to explore before leaving at sun set when you can admire the 'sciara del fuoco', the stream of fire, created when the lava flows down the active volcano.

Departs: Thursdays and Sundays from 01 May – 31 October

Price: from £74pp (entrance fees and lunch are payable locally)


Restaurants & Bars

Oasys Restaurant is an elegant buffet restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and can be found in the main building. Guests can dine on the covered terrace overlooking the gardens.

Del Parco Restaurant has a central location and serves a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests have to option to dine in the winter garden. 

Stella di Mare Restaurant is the hotel's beach side restaurant offering guests an à la carte lunch menu, specialising in typical Sicilian cuisine, including delicately flavored fresh fish. For evening meals there is a buffet service. (Open during the high season only) This is the dinner option for the blue Naxos Formula. 

Casa del Massaro Restauaunt The restaurant is located in the renovated traditional Sicilian farmhouse. Reserve a table an enjoy a traditional Sicilian style meal by candle light. A buffet breakfast is served here for the Blue Naxos Formula Guests from 8:00am to 10:30am. (Open during the high season only) 

Il'Cucciolo Restaurant is dedicated to the younger guests serving nutritional meals.

Calypso is the hotel's main bar, located on the “Piazzetta”, the heart of the Resort. Open from morning until late night, is the ideal place for rendez-vous, tasting home-made ice cream and “Granita” and to take part in various entertainment activities. During the evening shows and games are open to all Guests.

Olympus Cafe is a piano bar with live music and serves a wide selection of drinks. 

Stella di Mare serves drinks and has various different events taking place throughout the season

Del Parco serves a delicious array of cocktails, and is located by the Olympic pool. 

General Facilities

Sport activities available free of charge include the fitness center, two illuminated tennis courts (reservations is compulsory). Guests can also take part in water sports: sailing, windsurf, canoe and Other sports such as archery, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, aerobics, swimming, dancing lessons, petanque and bowling with collective courses.

  • Two outdoor swimming pools
  • Evening entertainment
  • Private beach (Payable locally. Price included for all inclusive guests) 
  • Free wifi
  • Parking 
  • On site shops 

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Unahotels Naxos Beach Sicilia
Taormina Area, Sicily,Half Board
14/10/2020 - 3 nights
2 adults
From London Gatwick
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