Pizzo Calabro

Pizzo Calabro

Pizzo Calabro is a nice village overlooking the sea in a picturesque and strategic location along the coast of the Gulf of St. Eufemia. It was founded during the Middle Ages, according to some sources found on the site of the Ancient Napitum, and it is known for the beautiful Aragonese castle, where Gioacchino Murat was imprisoned. It is famous for the homemade ice cream (Tartufo) and spaghetti with squid ink.