Open space apartment in city centre with stunning sea view and 10 minute walk to the beach
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I'm the owner of several holidays apartments in Tropea, since 2002. I know what tourists look for their holidays and I want to help them to enjoy the time spent with us.
Why Muriel chose Tropea
This historic apartment is part of an ancient Convent that has a long and fascinating history. It has been restored with rustic simplicity by two famous Italian architects. It's an open space perfect to spend unforgettable holidays and can accommodate up to 4 guests, ideally a couple or 2 people and 2 children. It is placed in Tropea city centre but just 5/10 minutes walking from the beach. Tropea is located on an imposing sandstone crag in a magnificent position between Sant'Eufemia and Gioia Tauro. It is one of the most picturesque and artistically interesting centres in Calabria, commanding magnificent views of the sea, beaches and coves. Condé-Nast Traveller recommended.
What makes this Apartment unique
Amazing sea view in an unique historic restored building.
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A car is not necessary to enjoy Tropea and its beautiful beaches, although it is recommended to explore the nice surrounding areas like Capo Vaticano.
Distances from Tropea:
Reggio Calabria - 115 km South
Rome - 630 km North
Naples - 423 Km North
Everything you need in town is within five minutes walking and the train station is within 15 minutes on foot.
The marvellous coast, the ancient Greeks' cities, the mountains and even Sicily are all within day trip range.
The car ferry at Villa San Giovanni allows you to reach Messina, Sicily in just 90 minutes and from there Taormina is only 45 minutes away.
Tropea has very ancient origins indeed, its area has conspicuous traces of prehistoric settlements and evidence of Greek and Roman presence.
Nowadays Tropea is an exclusive seaside resort that also boasts a modern tourist and fishing harbour. The town also has one of the prettiest and best-preserved historic centres in the region.
The town, considered the real capital of the Capo Vaticano area, offers the eleventh-century Norman cathedral, the churches of St. Francis of Assisi and Santa Maria della Neve, as well as the highly fascinating church of Santa Maria dell´Isola, that stands at the foot of the town, on a small finger of land projecting into the sea.
From the viewpoint of the terrace where the oldest part of the town lies, the clear and extraordinarily blue sea breaking on splendid cliffs trimmed with white beaches and indented with coves, can be admired: all around are fertile undulating hills covered with extensive citrus fruit and olive plantations and vineyards.
Tropea is also an active farming centre, famous for the excellent quality of its food produce. Finally, the town´s craft production and cookery are also noteworthy, the latter is, above all, distinguished for its seafood tradition.