Perched at 60m above sea level, Tropea dominates the area known as "Costa degli Dei". 2km of white beaches and the turquoise sea makes Tropea one of the well-known destinations in southern Italy. From the terraces you can enjoy breathtaking views and spectacular sunsets, always lighting up different colors the Aeolian Islands, including the imposing "Iddu", or the Stromboli volcano.
The small territory and the warm welcome of its inhabitants, offer visitors a friendly, informal environment and slow and relaxed rhythms. The fortress on which the city rises finds its chromatic continuity in the medieval town that, along with the Norman Cathedral and numerous other churches spread throughout the old center, preserves testimonies of the ancient noble origin of the town. To don't miss are the excursions in the surroundings and immerse yourself in an atmosphere that retains much of past peasant culture. Popular traditions, religious events as well as musical and theatrical festivals are the backdrop to a holiday that is especially enjoyable in the spring and summer, when the liveliness of the country is expressed. The landscape and cultural beauties of Tropea have been chosen to be recognized by UNESCO as a "heritage of humanity".