The apartment is situated in a gated development “Village of Flowers” just off the main coastal road ideally located for exploring this beautiful and unspoilt part of Italy. The complex is thoughtfully designed and is comprised of 15 villas and 24 Apartments called “Amalfi Apartments” that are spaced in blocks of 4, 2 ground and 2 first floor. The shared swimming pool is surrounded by olive trees, illuminated at night; it has a seaview from the terraces and barbecue area. Plenty of parking on site. The apartment itself is large enough to accommodate a family of 4 (5), with a double bed, a large sofa bed and a daytime bed (suitable for children up to 5 years old) complete with good quality mattresses. It has a large balcony with outside furniture ideal for “alfresco dining” or simply enjoying the spectacular 180 °C panoramic sea views. From sunrise to sunset the magnificent views will accompany you through your perfect day.
The apartment offers a relaxing oasis of peace set amongst beautiful flowers and plants but you are still only just a few minutes away from the sandy beaches, restaurants, bars and bustling narrow streets of Tropea. The apartment has a fridge, gas cooker/electric oven, washing machine and all you need in the kitchen for cooking. € 50 deposit in cash is payable on arrival and refunded to you on departure provided the kitchen is left in a clean and tidy condition and no rubbish bags left at the property.
Zambrone town offers every amenity and has a traditional piazza, bars, pizzeria, fresh meat from the local butcher, fresh fish delivered every day. Fresh cheese is delivered straight from the dairy twice a week. It has grocers, general stores, hairdressers, pharmacy, cash point etc. It has a purpose built amphitheatre which hosts a variety of entertainment. Tropea Stands on an imposing sand stone cliff and is one of the most artistically interesting and picturesque centres in the Vibo Valencia province. There are traces of ancient prehistoric settlements, burial passages dating back to Greek and Roman times. It is one of the best preserved and most beautiful historic centres in the whole region. Tropea is brimming with bars, restaurants and pizzerias spilling out onto the cobbled streets. Soak up the atmosphere of this wonderful place while enjoying a delicious meal of fresh pasta, fresh seafood, fresh local anti pasta or a pizza straight from the traditional pizza ovens or just sit and enjoy a cup of coffee, a glass of the local wine, or one of the local liqueurs (I highly recommend the limoncello) The patisseries and ice cream are dangerously delicious. Tropea is famous for its reddish blue onions sweet and delicious and the olive oil is said to be the best in Italy. Enjoy the variety and flavour of Tropea market on Saturday mornings. Capo Vaticano. A 10 min drive out of Tropea southwards and in a moment you have access to another jewel in the Calabrian coast, with its warm crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, and pretty coves, well known for its scuba diving and snorkelling. Pizzo A 20 min drive in the other direction heading north along the coast is Pizzo, famous for its delicious ice cream (tartuffo di Pizzo) and must be tried to be believed. It is also well known for its Sword fish and tuna fish. A drive up into the mountains to enjoy the dramatic scenery of the national park is well worth doing if you can tear yourself away from the beautiful coastline.
P.S> Please be informed that you need to pay a security deposit of € 100 on arrival in cash and if the dirty plates are left in the kitchen after you depart € 20 will be retained from this deposit.