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Places to visit nearby

La costa degli Dei (Coast of the Gods)

Famous for its beaches and seas, the Costa degli Dei is a unique coastline extending over 40 km.

From the white sands of Nicotera to the granite rocks of Joppolo and Coccorino, the long and wide beaches of Briatico and Parghelia and the unique beauty and history of Tropea, the coast is not just a natural marine paradise.

It has characteristic villages, where local festivals are staged, where local uses and customs can be observed and local food and drink sampled. This is a people strongly anchored to its traditions, where hospitality is a sacred duty.

Tropea

The pearl of the coast, a magnet for the many tourists that are captured by its charm.
60 metres a.s.l. Tropea is the smallest municipality in the province of Vibo Valentia, but it is rich in history and beauty, with its beaches and seascapes, places that have always been attributed to the gods……
Places to visit:
the Norman cathedral, containing precious works of art, including a late-Byzantine painting of the venerated Madonna of Romania, protector of the city; the famous 15th century Black Christ; tombs of the Galluppi family, and much more.
The city centre has a wealth of noble palaces with important entrances.
Santa Maria dell’Isola, situated on a rocky spur in the sea, is well known for having been a Benedictine shrine in the late medieval period.

 

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Capo Vaticano promontory

A beautiful promontory that looks out onto the sea, with views as far as Sicily.

A host of legends revolve around the crystal-clear waters of this place, which “explain” the wonder in observing so much beauty…Capo Vaticano takes its name from “luogo di vaticinio”, a “place of prophecy”.

Pizzo

Pizzo is in the history books as the place where Gioacchino Murat, the brother-in-law of Napoleon Bonaparte, was captured and executed on 13 October 1815. Inside the Aragonese castle, situated in the heart of the picturesque town, you can see the site of the execution, and the cell where he spent the last days of his life.

A beautiful and unique church is situated a very short distance from the sea: Piedigrotta. In the late 17th century a sailing ship caught in a storm was thrown against the rocks where today the church stands… In the middle of the town is the Cathedral of S. Giorgio. This church was built in the second half of the 16th century and consecrated in 1587. It contains important works of art and a common grave where Gioacchino Murat was buried.

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Vibo Valentia
The town was built on quite a tall hill, and boasts a magnificent view of the surrounding countryside, extending along the bay of Sant’Eufemia as far as the bay of Gioia. The castle lends the town an air of majesty. Since 1994 the Norman-Swabian-Angevin castle is the site of the State Archaeological Museum. Many archaeological exhibits are kept there, including the most important: the Orphic Gold Tablet.

Also worth a visit is the Cathedral of S. Leoluca; a number of artworks adorn the church, including Antonello Gagini’s triptych. There are still 700 m. of Greek Walls and the vestiges of the Temple dedicated to the goddess Persephone. There are many other churches, noble palaces, villas with age-old trees, all helping to draw thousands of visitors.

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Serra San Bruno

The origins of Serra San Bruno go back to the arrival of Bruno of Cologne, founder of the Carthusian order of monks, who dedicated his life to the search for God, in silence and solitude. Count Roger the Norman gave to Bruno the territories that are now known as the Altopiano delle Serre, in order to build his hermitage, the Charterhouse of Santo Stefano del Bosco, Italy’s first monastery, and only the second in Europe after that of Grenoble, in France
The Charterhouse now contains a “Museum”, offering a host of information about the story of the Charterhouse, the monastery and the life of the monks.

The Churches of Serra are also of great interest, including San Biagio, built in 1795.

Here it is a pleasure to take a stroll in close contact with nature, with its woodland, streams and colours.

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