Tropea is one of the most gorgeous towns in Calabria lies along the south Tyrrhenian coast.
The coastline ( The Tyrrenian Coast ) from Pizzo Calabro to Nicotera is full of beaches, they are present receptive structures capable of offering brilliant standards of hospitality.
The Calabrian region is an integral part of the Mediterranean Sea.
Tropea is a municipality located within the province of Vibo Valentia, in Calabria (southern Italy). The town is a well-known bathing place, situated on a reef, in the gulf of St. Euphemia connected with the mainland by a narrow strip in the Tyrrhenian Sea, toward the south with respect to Vibo Valentia and northward with respect to Ricadi and Capo Vaticano. There are numerous monuments and seats of cultural and artistic interest to stay in Tropea; all accompanied with picturesque glimpses and panoramic views overlooking the sea.
A part from the limpid, unpolluted sea, Tropea itself has a fascinating historical and artistic profile, thanks to its patrician houses with their impressive entrances adorned by capitals with frescoes by vital artists and to the numerous, ancient churches rich in sacred images recalling peculiar local legends.
It’s predictable small deserted squares, reachable only by way of narrow alleyways and populated by mythical ghosts, take us back to the days of the Saracen invasions.Tropea, also, received a “five-sail” for the top 10 rating from Legambiente which uses 128 parameters for its yearly quality test. Ratings also take into account natural beauty, infectivity but also tourist structures, noise levels and environment-friendly waste systems.
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