Looking onto the sea from the terrace of this apartment is its highlight. It's the perfect base camp for exploring the famous "Coast of the Gods," a stretch of Tyrrhenian coastline that extends over 55 km, starting from here and heading towards Tropea (7 km) and Capo Vaticano all the way down to Nicotera. Along these 55 km, there is an alternating blend of long white beaches and jagged cliffs that form small coves, which are accessed exclusively on foot or by boat. The apartment is located on a calmer stretch of coastline, offering tourists dining options, free, fully-equipped beaches and a distinctive market (on Thursdays) where you can find and sample typical specialities from the region, as well as offering them the opportunity to take in some of the mass tourist attractions in Tropea and Pizzo. With one bedroom and two sofa beds in the living room, it's perfect for a family. Briatico is a hub located between the famous tourist spots of Tropea and Pizzo Calabro. Tropea: also known as the "pearl of the Tyrrhenian", it's known for its historic, cliff side town centre, its beaches and its highly valued red onions. Built on a former Byzantine cemetery, the 12th century cathedral houses marble sarcophagi and a painting of Our Lady of Romania, the guardian of the city. Pizzo Calabro is known for its Aragonese Castle and its grotto chapel (entirely carved into the tuff cliffs) in addition to its famous "Tartufo" ice cream.