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Unique swordfish boats ply the bay. In the evening you can watch them dock. Run over and admire their haul after their long day out. I saw two hundred-pounders heaved off a boat. Straight onto the plates of diners all over Scilla they go, as...More
We stopped in Scilla to meet up with a friend’s friend. He gave us the 1 hour stroll tour of Scilla and it was lovely. Sleepy and sweet. It was a great little stopping point before we got on the ferry to Sicily.
This sweet town at the tip of the Straits of Messina is a wonderful place to stay to feel the history of the area as well as the Greek Myth of Odysseus where Sirena (Scylla) wreaked havoc along with Charybdis on the Straits of Messina....More
Scilla is one of the most breathtaking and pristine places I have visited. It is one raw beauty surrounded by the jungle and a cliff and has a beautiful beach. It is not a tourist destination and you only find locals going there. We loved...More
Scilla snd chainalea are amazing place to visit, we got married in the castle 12 years ago, visited lots as we have family who are from this village, the cobbled streets and sea are amazing, we are very lucky as our uncle has his own...More
This is still a fishing village and the Chianalea is the heart of it. The Marina Grande on the other side of Scilla has now been transformed into a beach for tourists but walking the Chianalea gives one the feel of life here as it...More
If you are in Scilla you should really take a stroll down to Chianalea di Scilla, the picturesque fishing village located north of the Castello Ruffo. You get there by stairs in just a couple of minutes and can walk the tiny old streets that...More
Had no clue that this small village will be soo beautiful and if we didn't have a sicilian friend to bring us here, we would've had no idea about this lovely place.
The streets and soo beautiful and I cannot describe the feeling it gives...More
Non so di tour organizzati, ma l'Ufficio turismo dovrebbe poterdare tutte le informazioni. Tropea é stupenda e merita di essere visitata. a 8 km da Tropea c'é Capo Vaticano con spiagge e mare fantastici dove il miglior... More
Non so di tour organizzati, ma l'Ufficio turismo dovrebbe poterdare tutte le informazioni. Tropea é stupenda e merita di essere visitata. a 8 km da Tropea c'é Capo Vaticano con spiagge e mare fantastici dove il miglior periodo per soggiornarci sono i mesi di bassa stagione, maggio, giugno e settembre. In alta stagione le spiagge, non vaste, sono affollatissime. Sul mio profilo esistono recensioni di alberghi e ristoranti della zona che conosco molto bene frequentanola da anni.