Tropea has it all. The Australian Journal of Specialty Focus
a maze of historic alleys and trattorias that can be enjoyed on foot to discover churches and palaces; To be surprised by its stunning views of the turquoise sea, the white beach and in front of the puff Stromboli. Most famous is Santa Maria del Isola, a medieval monastic church perched on a rocky outcrop jutting into the sea. At sunset, people gather at the Piazza Cannone viewing point to watch the pink sunset behind the horizon. the food? amazing. From swordfish to bruschetta with nduja, from red onion to fried seafood, from prickly pear to squid ink, from
fishmongers to ice cream parlors. In short, she is not lacking for anything. Through this footage, the Tropea Experience was drawn and promoted The February issue of the famous and respected Australian historical magazine Domain Review One of Australia’s leading real estate marketplace (Sphere Group, 900 people), based in Sydney, motivated by sharing cultural values and contents and with a rich portfolio of brands, products and solutions for clients, agents and consumers.
Food, sea and art: Tropea has it all
The important magazine (People & Property of Melbourne) dedicates pages 10 and 11 to Tropea, called Travel/Calabria, after a special on Vietnam and another on wine lovers and with a subtitle that says it all: great food, historic streets, sandy beaches, Tropea has it all something. The beautiful and effective international interest in our destination continues – as Mayor Giovanni Macro explains – as an influence of a series of regional communication and marketing actions and initiatives that we prefer to differentiate the image and capacity from exclusively seaside to the cultural and experiential attraction and acceptance of our village and with it our territory and our region. “The quintessential postcard of Italy,” author Sofia Levine writes, “is Amalfi, known for its high prices as much as its many steps. But Tropea, a charming cliff-top village in Calabria, is where Italians escape in summer. Levin, who visited the principality, also speaks of Caves (Caves of Palombaro and Small in San Leonardo), To experience the local tuk-tuk or get off the steps, Of the houses built on the cliffs and the Byzantine cathedral María Santisima di Romagna, built in the 12th century with two unexploded WWI bombs on the inside and dedicated to the city’s patron saint, Our Lady of Romagna, protector of Tropea both from blasts from devastating earthquakes in the area. Four nights in Tropea – the journalist concluded – is a fair amount of time, but you will get used to the slow pace, fresh fish and picturesque sunsets. Better enjoy it for a week.”
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