Punta Corvo it is located near Tellaro, in the municipality of Ameglia. Characterized by a beach with dark sand a few hundred meters long, dominated by rocky cliffs and surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, and by the blue sea.
A dream for rent, Paola Marella leaves Porto Cervo with Facchinetti
La CastellaIsola di Capo Rizzuto in the province of Crotone it is one of the most fascinating protected areas in Southern Italy: what is striking is the 15th-century Aragonese castle “Le Castella”, which can only be reached on foot from the beach at low tide at certain times.
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In one of the most beautiful stretches ofMarine Protected Area “Capo Rizzuto” stands one of the most fascinating castles in Italy, thanks also to its particular location that sees it triumph on an islet linked to the coast only by a thin strip of land.
Strolling through the villages, discovering medieval Tuscany. PHOTO
The fortress built in the fifteenth century. it rests on foundations dating back to the period Magno-Greco (400 BC). The stronghold served as a shelter for soldiers engaged against the attacks of the invaders coming from the sea.
Italian Holidays, the most popular villages in the beautiful country. PHOTO
Cala Violina it takes its name from a detail that makes it unique: tiny grains of quartz that play a melody at every step. Sound beaches are an ancient phenomenon, already narrated by Marco Polo. There are barely a hundred similar places in the world, and Cala Violina is one of them.
Located 28 km from Lecce, Bear Tower it is part of the marvelous marinas of Melendugno (together with San Foca, Roca, Sant’Andrea and Torre Specchia). It owes its name to the coastal tower located on the rock near the sea, dating back to the sixteenth century. Its function was that of sighting of Turkish ships bound for Salento.
A walk among the villages, on a Sunday to discover the Lazio coast. PHOTO