Villa only cliffs of Copanello very close to Soverato, beside "Blu70"
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Beautiful stunning view!
House is in a beautiful location with a gorgeous view. The property needs a lot of upkeep, inside and out. If there was more upkeep it would have been our favourite place to stay in italy. Parking is not for the faint of heart.
The house is on an ideal location for getting out to daily sightseeing.
La casa è in ottima posizione. Mangiare guardando il mare di Copanello è fantastico. Con più manutenzione la casa sarebbe fantastica. Un po' troppo lasciata andare e con arredo di battaglia. Comodissime le 3 docce esterne con acqua calda. Parcheggio privato.
Prachtige plek aan zee
De ontvangst door Carlo was hartelijk. We waren verrast over de omvang van het huis. Zo dicht bij zee, fenomenaal. De eigenaar zou er goed aan doen om iets te investeren in betere matrassen, inrichting, meubels en tuinmeubilair. Het is nu allemaal bruikbaar, maar beetje gammel. Aan de verdere voorzieningen van het huis zoals de 2 badkamers, de buitendouche en de airconditioning is niks mis. We hebben erg genoten.
Het huis ligt echt helemaal diep aan het einde van de weg. Een kleine auto is een must. Wij hadden wel wat last van de bouwwerkzaamheden bij de club Blu70...de weg was voordurend verspert met werklui en vrachtauto's. Hopelijk is dit van tijdelijke aard. De club was nu niet open dus in de avond en nacht uitsluitend het geruis van de zee...
Außergewöhnliche Aussicht, veraltete Einrichtung, sanitär mangelhaft
Wunderbare Aussicht auf die Klippen. Einrichtung alt, ebenso die Küchenausstattung. Probleme mit Wasser und Abwasser, die Aussicht ist jedoch unvergleichlich.
Or Copanello Copanello of Stalettì (dubbed the Pearl of the Ionian Sea Catanzaro]) is part of the municipality of Stalettì Catanzaro, situated along the Ionian coast of the province of Calabria in the south of the capital. It is mentioned often as it is from the first post-war a seaside resort and the Ionian sea. It is bounded on the north by the river Alessi and south by the river Lamia. It is divided into upper and Copanello Copanello Lido.
In the sixth century, Copanello was part of the possessions of the politician and writer Latin Cassiodorus (485-580). These he built the monastery of Vivarium around 555. As the thigh, Copanello was under the control of the city of Squillace and until the early nineteenth century, when it was incorporated into the municipality of Stalettì.
Between the end of the nineteenth century and the twentieth century, the territory of Copanello higher subsequently passed from family to family Fazzari Falcone and after the Gatti family while Copanello Lido Pepe was left to the family since the eighteenth century to the late twentieth century, when it became property several patriots (Guglielmo Pepe, Henry Cosenz Damiano Assanti, Francesco Carrano, Jerome Calà Ulloa and Camillo Boldoni) before moving to the family of the Marquis Lucifer whose last owner was Francesco Lucifer. In 1882, at the time already old and sick, Giuseppe Garibaldi wanted to stop overnight at the home of his friends, family Fazzari, Copanello in Stalettì. In memory of his visit, the family Fazzari placed a plaque on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Achilles, the friend of Garibaldi.
The city is located on its territory numerous archaeological evidence of the late Roman period, as the remains of the small three-apse chapel of St. Martin, the only vestiges early Christian Calabria, for a long time identified as the tomb of Cassiodorus historical figure born in the nearby Squillace, the museum naturalistic Free Cats, tanks Cassiodorus (an ancient Roman site of aquaculture) and the Rotunda on the sea that inspired the singer Fred Bongusto in the composition of the text of the homonymous song. Significant other archaeological evidence, the church of Santa Maria Vetere to the remains of the Byzantine castrum, the ancient Roman road that rejoins the street Grande of Stalybridge, Fountain Cassiodorus adjacent to the Casino Pepe, already ancient Roman nymphaeum and later Christianized all ' time of Gregory the Great and not to be confused with the source Arethusa cited by the same Cassiodorus. More recent are the casino Pepe, who seems to have been built on the site of the Vivarium and bunkers of small and medium-sized built during World War II. Copanello is located on the Gulf of Squillace, in the part called Coast of Oranges or Coast of the Saracens. It is located on the east coast of the isthmus of Catanzaro.
Copanello Lido is located on the coastline of the Gulf of Squillace, almost at sea level, at the foot of the leg of Stalybridge (Calabrian mountains also called Mons Moscius time of Cassiodorus or later Thigh Baroness), while Copanello is located high on the thigh of Stalybridge, a hundred meters above the sea level, overlooking the Gulf of Squillace.
After the beach Copanello Lido and after certain places Copanello top you can see the coast of the Ionian Sea from Isola Capo Rizzuto, north, to Punta Stilo, south.
The entire territory of Copanello is characterized by lush hills of the typical Mediterranean flora and fauna and capes of white granite that slope gently into the sea, creating beaches of fine sand mixed with granite cliffs in some places perforated by caves where creeps the sea, the most famous of which is San Gregorio, bordering Caminia. The Mediterranean climate, dry and hot in summer, allows the settlement of Mediterranean species. The sand dunes are home to plant associations psammophilous These have included the salsola (Salsola kali), sea lilies (pancraticum maritimum) and the poppy sands (glaucium flavum).
The cliffs overlooking the sea offer a suitable environment for the caper, forming long 'beards' pending, threatened the carnation of cliffs (Dianthus rupicola), sea fennel and enula marina. Among the rocks also they grow oleanders, mastic, euphorbia, myrtle, rockrose and brooms. There are many pine forests, where vegetate also cypress and eucalyptus.
The marine life includes anemones and sea shells, rocks and rocks are often covered with brown algae, peacock tails, sponges and sea urchins. In the ravines submarines lurk many brittle stars and among the stones move blennies and grouper. The whole is surrounded by shoals of damselfish, glances, damsels, small barracuda, mullet and bream, mullet and weever that wander, too, on the sand.