Capo Vaticano

The promontory is the tip of one of the oldest granite massifs of the world. Located at the center of the Tyrrhenian coast between the gulfs of Gioia Tauro in the south and north of St. Euphemia. 
The Saà tourists fascinated by one of incomparable beauty: cliffs overlooking the clear sea and the blue-green color, beautiful bays, numerous caves and bays, often accessible only by boat.
At Capo Vaticano is a must carry around the equipment for diving or snorkeling: the backdrops are wonderful and even under water reflect the changing landscape of dry land, with meadows of Posidonia Oceanica that alternate with caves inhabited by fish colorful. 
According to a French magazine, Capo Vaticano is considered the third most beautiful beach in Italy and among the hundred most beautiful beaches in the world.
 
 

Tropea

 
At about 9 km from Capo Vaticano it is situated on a sandstone cliff the picturesque town of Tropea undisputed queen of the Costa degli Dei by geographic location and for its roots, which lie in the myth of Magna Grecia. The charming village seems to emerge from the rocks and offers postcard views, especially at sunset, when the sun goes red facades of houses built on the tuff. The center is full of small shops selling local food products: from nduja to cheese, from the red onion, olive oliva.Di considerable interest to the old center with the palaces of the '700 and' 800 perched on cliff overlooking the beach below, the charming blue cave and its 12 churches. To visit the remarkable monastery of the Franciscans of importance and the Norman cathedral of 1100.  
 

Pizzo Calabro

Bathing and fishing village overlooking the sea in a picturesque and convenient location along the coast of the Gulf of St. Eufemia. Kind in the Middle Ages, according to sources on the site of Napitum, is known for the beautiful Aragonese castle, in whose prisons was imprisoned Gioacchino Murat. 

 
Renowned for homemade ice cream & nbsp; (Tartufo) and spaghetti with squid ink.
 

Serra San Bruno

 Serra San Bruno owes its origin to the Coming of monaco Bruno of Cologne, founder of the Order of the Carthusians, who devoted his life to seeking God in silence and solitude, and received the lands donated by Count Roger the Norman What today geographically identified come plateau of the Serre, for the construction of his hermitage, the Carthusian monastery of Santo Stefano del Bosco, first monastery in Italy and Europe according AFTER What Grenoble, France.

Area inside the Certosa you can visit a 2Museo2 where you can have as much information about the history of the Charterhouse, the monastery and the life of monks.