is a very renowned town perched on a tuff promontory overlooking the sea. Famous for its truffle, it is also known as the City of Ice Cream.
The beach of Briatico
rises on an amazing stretch of rocky coast
. Some stretches are made of soft and light sand. Do not miss the beach of Sant’Irene, which can be reached via a steep road with thin and almost white sand.
The beach of Zambrone
is one of the most popular and best known on the Coast of the Gods
. This beach made of fine light sand is well served by transport.
is another very popular coastal town, famous for the stretch of beach “la Pizzuta”, so called for the pinnacles of granite rock that stand out from the sea.
Tropea, the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea
, is divided into two parts: the upper one, where the daily life of its inhabitants takes place, and the lower one, called “la marina”, by the sea and the marina.
is a vast tourist area in the municipality of Ricadi
. The most striking bay is that of Grotticelle, formed by three nearby beaches. The sea is enchanting and the depths are all to be explored.
you can admire the historic center, rich in evidence of the past. Its beach made of large and smooth pebbles is bathed by crystal clear sea and characterized by deep bottoms. The Coccorino beach, surrounded by the green of the Mediterranean scrub
, is perfect for those looking for fine sand.
The beach of Nicotera Marina
, located in the gulf with the same name, is made of fine sand and offers several tourist options.
The Trenitalia service allows you to easily reach these sought-after seaside resorts of the Coast of the Gods by train, with the exception of Pizzo
, whose railway station is quite far from the center and the tourist sites.