Bella Apartment

From $464 / week

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Description from the owner

  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 5

Type: Apt. / Condo

Bella Apartment

Pizzo Beach Club is a 5 Star development situated 10 minutes outside the historic town of Pizzo and only 10 minutes from Lamezia airport. This two bedroom apartment with private balcony and separate roof terrace is fully air conditioned with parking. There is a newly built pergola with comfortable seating ideal for lazy days, reading a good book or sampling the local wine! For sun seekers there are sun beds provided but also plenty of shaded areas too!

The apartment offers a choice of dining options with a table in the kitchen, breakfast table on the balcony and a larger dining area on the roof terrace. In fact this luxurious apartment has double ...Read more

About the owner

Naomi W.

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  • Response time More than a week
  • Calendar updated 3 months ago
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Bella Apartment
Pizzo, Calabria, Italy

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The Calabrian region is a unique holiday destination and still relatively undiscovered. Enriched with history & culture there are many beautiful beaches and castles dotted along the coastline. Many fairs and festivals take place in Calabria throughout the year. They are always exciting events, enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. There are many seasonal art festivals with performances and stalls showcasing local delicacies. Visit the wonderful markets offering fresh produce on almost every day of the week. Religious festivals are celebrated by processions carrying venerated statues around the streets. The locals are very keen to share with you their heritage & passion for the region.

Pizzo has claimed to have been founded by colonists from ancient Greece. Its history begins with a community of monks, a fort, and a fishing village since 1300. The name Pizzo translates into bird's beak, and fits perfectly to the rock face extending into the sea. For centuries it was the custom to spread nets and corral tuna in the area called Centofontane, although this activity was banned in the 1970’s. Legend tells us that in the areas of Piedigrotta and Prangi sea caves were used by Saracen pirates for capturing prisoners. In 1783 the town was almost destroyed by an earthquake, and again it suffered some damage from another earthquake in 1905.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Rural retreats

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