Tropea is an ancient village perched high on white cliffs overlooking sandy beaches, the Mediterranean Sea and the island of Stromboli on the horizon.
Pizzo is one of the most beautiful towns on the stunning Calabrian coastline . Famous for it's delicious homemade ice cream ('gelato'), it's known as 'a town built on ice cream'.
Capo Vaticano is one of the most prestigious areas in Italy for natural beauty. Its beaches rank near the top in cleanliness and services provided and the popular cliff top town of Tropea is only 10 minutes by train or car away.
Zambrone is a village on the shores of the Calabrian coast famous for it's dramatic sea views, green hills and bright white beaches. It is located a few minutes drive from Tropea and just over half an hour from Lamezia Airport.
The town was founded by Locresians, after which it belonged to the Marzanos and the family Del Castro-Bisbal.†
Lamezia Terme is the town with the Internation Airport of Sant Eufemia, and long white beaches lined with pine trees.
Ceriale (Ligurian: O Çejâ) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Savona in the Italian region of Liguria, located about 70 km southwest of Genoa and about 30 km southwest of Savona. As of December 31, 2004, it had a population of 5,765 and an area of 11.2 km².
Albenga is a city and comune situated on the Gulf of Genoa on the Italian Riviera in the Province of Savona in Liguria, northern Italy. Albenga has the nickname of city of a hundred spiers. The economy is mostly based on tourism, local commerce and agriculture.
Marche is located in central eastern Italy, starting at the Adriatic coast and moving inland and borders the principality of San Marino, Tuscany and the Adriatic Sea.
If you like Italy, you’ll love Calabria in the stunning south of this sun-drenched country: unspoilt, untouched and now more accessible to overseas property buyers than ever before.
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