Following the steps of "Godfather" in Sicilian countryside.
In our customers' opinion:
"We loved Francis Coppola movies and wanted to visit the locations" Mary and Peter
Murphy, San Diego, USA
was chosenby Francis
F.Coppola to stand in for the less photogenic Corleone.
Michael and his two companions are walking in the hills, they see this picturesque
village in the distance. Enjoy its peaceful atmosphere and the stunning views
over the sea from the piazza.
scenic drive runs inland to Savoca which is considered to be one of the
most attractive places in the environs of Taormina. Bar Vitelli with a
gorgeous terrace, has a collection of photographs taken when Francis Ford Coppola
shot some scenes of "The Godfather II". The table where Micheal
Corleone sat to ask the padrone for the hand of his delightful daughter Apollonia
is still there. After Michael's wedding, they walk down from the church to this
Bar on the piazza for the reception. Free time for a "granita" in the
Bar Vitelli then we walk to the Chiesa Madre with its fine 16C portal surmonted
by a beautifully carved oculus and the coat of arms of Savoca, bearing the eldeberry
branch from which the name of the town is supposed to derive. Optional lunch in
The tour will continue to Forza d'Agrò an attractive
medieval hamlet caps the furthermost spurs of the Monti Peloritani with
a splendid view of the coast. In 1990, Al Pacino and Sophia Coppola shot some
scenes of the film "The Godfather III".
Town of Savoca, the Sicilian countryside, Forza d'Agro, a medieval hamlet, views of Mediterranean Sea