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Tropea, Pizzo Calabro

the Mediterranean coast: sea, art, food

Tropea is characterized by narrow streets and squares sudden, striking views and views of the sea of intense turquoise color. High above a sandstone boulder compact, one can find buildings of eighteenth-century carved portals with rich, while at the foot of strapombio you have 4 kilometers of coastline with beaches. And that is why it has become one of the centers Tropea in Calabria preferred by tourists.

A short distance from Tropea, Capo Vaticano is one of the most famous seaside resorts in Calabria because of its emerald waters and waters rich in corals and shells. Located along the Coast of the Gods is also known as 'Pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea', Capo Vaticano is a rocky promontory of granite that consists of a series of bays and beaches including the beautiful bay of Grotticelle.

Tropea is also worth a visit for the traditional food such as Cipolla rossa di Tropea, Fileja, 'Nduja, Olio extravergine d'oliva, Peperoncino and the ice cream!

Pizzo Calabro

Pizzo Calabro is a village of about 9,000 inhabitants that find in Calabria, in the province of Vibo Valentia, which is just 10 km away. Located on the slope of a tufa, Pizzo rises 44 meters above the sea.
The town still retains the appearance of a typical fishing village, with narrow streets that open into small courtyards, balconies overlooking the sea, beaches and cliffs. The economy of Pizzo is based on fishing and tuna processing, but today also tourism is quickly developing. Particularly interesting in Pizzo is the Holy Week processions and peculiar layouts in every churches of the Pizzo Calabro.