Perched on a rocky hill, surrounded by citrus groves, vineyards and olive groves, lies the town of Savoca, a small medieval village that in 2008 was placed among the most beautiful villages in Italy. Here time seems to stand still, it almost has the feeling of being catapulted into the past. Views that can not remain indifferent: the view extends through the immense and verdant of the woods, extend into the horizon where stands the majestic Taormina Bay. All it accompanied by a peace and silence almost mystical, as to want to reconcile his admiration for the wonderful spectacle of nature. Savoca is famous because it has a crypt which houses the remains of some chiefs in the country dating back to the buckets. the buckets. XVIII and XIX, and for being chosen as the set for numerous films of great success, as the Godfather (The Godfather) by Francis Ford Coppola.