Recent Centro Commerciale Due Mari Reviews

  • Oustanding Landscape with Instaworthy Views! Convenient to beaches, ruins , ancient villages.
    5 of 5

    We arrived exhausted from our road trip and were thrilled to see a kitchen well stocked to cook our evening meal. We unloaded our bags and were wisked off by Rene's family to take us to the local market for supplies. We ate our first meal ( and many more to come) on the lovely outdoor veranada. The cool mountain air coupled with a spectacular vista of the Nocera T village and her lustrious mountains were all we needed for our first night's welcome slumber. The bedrooms are spacious, clean , modern with very comfortable beds. The master bedroom has two french doors with balconys. I slept with the doors open (a screen is provided). I have never slept better. The bathrooms are very modern and spacious. The second bedroom is a bit smaller but more than adequate with a private bathroom and one large french door with a small balcony, and an opposing window. All rooms are bright and cheerful. Both bedrooms have a large armoire. The lighting is good for reading. Light switches easy to find. The stairway leading up to the bedrooms has a railing. The kitchen, as I mentioned, was wellstocked with kitchen utensils, pots and pans, and all the basic neccessities should you need to cook your first night. The refridgertaor was stocked with water and other welcome treats ( even abottle of wine!) There is table for four in the kitchen but we chose to eat outside and used the table to prepare our meals.. The living room has a comfy sofa and is modern and well equipted with a flat screen TV. The Internet was good. If you plan on streaming -bring a portable modem. The Internet is adequate for emails etc but not streaming movies. We absolutely loved the home! I would recommend this home to all my friends and hope to return some day. You will need a car . Beaches, ruins, mountains, trekking, lots to explore! Oh, and did I mention the olive groves? Spectacular!

    Stayed: Jul 2018
  • excellent apartment very convenient i picturesque southern Italian beach village
    5 of 5

    Pizzo is an unknown gem, as is most of Calabria. The town is big enough to have abundant choices to eat but small enough that it is still a village. The town is obviously old and full of character. The beaches are beautiful, but small. A more famous and larger beach, Tropeo, is a short drive away. Our favorite, a few km's closer than Tropeo, was Parghelia. Pizzo is also close enough to Sicily for a daytrip. The apartment itself is beautiful and in excellent shape. It is located off an alleyway a short distance from a parking lot, and a short distance to the main plaza. In August Pizzo can be loud at night, an the apartment is close enough that if you are trying to sleep it would be annoying. So just stay up late and sleep on the beach during the day. And don't forget to try the 'Nduja, a local pepper spread that goes well on everything.

    Stayed: Jul 2017