Calabria has many surprises but Tropea is one of the most enjoyable I have found thus far. The well preserved town stands high on a cliff above a beautiful sandy beach and marina which I did not visit but I spent a happy afternoon admiring the piazzas and pallazzos of this charming place. I visited in early september when it was relatively quiet and the restaurants in the old centre of town were struggling to fill their tables but the place is well set up for tourists and I would guess that at the height of the season you will struggle to find a table. The narrow streets and bars are laid out in a typically haphazard way which makes exploring all the more fun as you turn each corner to be presnted with the prettiest of town squares and ancient churches spanning many centuries of antiquity. I will return for a longer stay in the future.
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