Savoca: is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, whose name derives from the plant of the elder (savucu in Sicilian dialect). This small town set in the rock of a hill of dual tip, experienced the interest of kings, popes, and Archimandrite prelates, in a succession of periods of serious crisis and prosperity. While in Savoca, guests will visit the Church of San Nicolò, which seems almost stretch out into space, built as it is on a massive outcrop of rock. The curious thing is that the church was one of the famous sets of the film “the Godfather” along with the Bar Vitelli, housed inside eighteenth century Palazzo Trimarchi.
Forza D’Agró: is a town in the Metropolitan City of Messina. It is on the lower peak of a small mountain, while on the higher peak that overlooks the town are the remains of a Norman castle. Much of the town consists of traditional buildings and stone paved lanes that are impassable by car. Due to this lack of modernization, Forza D’Agró has featured as the backdrop in a number of films, such as The Godfather trilogy. The village offers a wonderful medieval atmosphere with its narrow streets, charming churches, and aristocratic buildings.
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