Isola di Capo Rizzuto
Isola di Capo Rizzuto – which has about 17,500 inhabitants – lends itself strongly to tourism by virtue of its enchanting sandy coasts lapped by crystal clear water and an enveloping nature of exemplary charm. However, going in order, there are so many things to see, so the location does not end with the foaming of its sea, offering much more than a stereotyped summer vacation. Certainly, the over 34 km of coastline teeming with voluptuous beaches make a sensation. romantic coves because they are hidden and rocky bays with exceptional depths, yet a kaleidoscope of such other wonders is imposed on the inventor, such as the Archaeological Park in the Colonna locality, filled with Hellenistic wall remains submerged by the sea waves so transparent as to be almost imperceptible , and the Aragonese castle at Le Castella, the real architectural symbol of Isola di Capo Rizzuto that captures the eyes within the onirism perpetrated by a sparkling panorama of peace and vivid colors.Le Castella, fortress and beach: This stronghold of the fifteenth century stands out on a small island located at the front of the coast and connected by a strip of land passable at low tide but a bituated to disappear at sea level. Preliminarily restored, the manor welcomes the curious attracted by its appearance in numerous cinematographic films and advertising sports: all around it is extremely easy to run into some splendid beach ideal for regenerating baths and for the practice of snorkeling, given the variegated fish fauna populating the seabed .The beaches of the Capo Bianco hamlet are less inflated, free of establishments which are therefore free and free, hardly subject to crowding and therefore caressed by a hazy blue sea. If you happen to feel observed, don’t worry: the only voyeurs are the imposing Torre Vecchia and Torre Nuova, points of reference for those coming from afar and tireless observers of the horizon.
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