The Cala di Volpe resort is located between Capo Vaticano and Tropea on the beautiful “Coast of the Gods”. The area offers not only crystal-clear sea but also history, millenary culture, excellent food and wine, and much more…..
Pizzo is a charming town nestled in the centre of the Gulf of Sant’Eufemia. Among the main attractions in Pizzo Calabro are the Aragonese Castle, the Church of San Giorgio, the Church of Piedigrotta and the Marinella Beach.
In addition, Pizzo Calabro is known for its ice cream, the ‘ Tartufo di Pizzo’, the town’s symbol. 37 km from Cala di Volpe
Serra San Bruno.
A tourist, spiritual, artisan and agricultural centre located between Sila and Aspromonte, it preserves intact the 18th-century structures of its buildings and is reminiscent of alpine resorts thanks to its dense pine and fir forests that are a favourite destination for hikers. The town is famous for the monastery of San Bruno. 58 km from Cala di Volpe
Grotte di Zungri.
The Zungri Caves are a complex of prehistoric caves. Inhabited since the Neolithic period, some 6000 years ago, and famous for their carved walls, which feature drawings and engravings depicting the daily life and activities of the ancient inhabitants. 16 km from Cala di Volpe
Borgo dei Borghi 2021. Discovered by illustrious travellers over the past centuries, it has enjoyed considerable notoriety throughout the world for its extraordinary natural and architectural beauty. In fact, it has been brought to the attention of the great holiday market, being rightly called the ‘Pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea’. Only in this charming town can the delight that the sea can offer be combined with a cultural, artistic and scenic itinerary of great interest, which you will discover below.
The town also has a rich history and culture, evident in its historical buildings,
including the Norman cathedral and the Sanctuary of Santa Maria dell’Isola. 8 km from Cala di Volpe
Baia di Riaci.
A stunning beach of fine white sand is located in a protected bay, surrounded by cliffs and Mediterranean vegetation. The crystal-clear, shallow waters of Riaci Beach make it a perfect place for swimming and snorkelling. 5 km from Cala di Volpe
Valle dei Mulini e ‘Nduja di Spilinga.
The Valle dei Mulini is certainly an ideal excursion itinerary for those who love contact with nature and at the same time is a way to discover the history and origins of this fascinating territory.
The ‘nduja, a product that represents and identifies Calabria, takes first place among the best cured meats in the world. The ‘Nduja is a traditional cured meat from a precise and circumscribed geographical area that is now presented as a product typical of and exclusive to Calabria. 16 km from Cala di Volpe