Located in the south of Italy, in the province of Vibo Valentia, Tropea still displays remnants of ancient Greek and Roman times. The city center is one of the best preserved in the area. Highlights include the 11th Century Norman Cathedral, the church of San Frencesco and Santa Maria della Neve, and not to be missed, the Santa Maria dell’Isola which is built on a small piece of land jutting out into the sea.

The city rests on top of a large sandstone cliff between the Gulf of San’Eufemia and Gioia Tauro. Tropea is famous for its high quality red onions. In fact the phrase cipolla de Tropea (“Tropea Onion”) has come to mean all red onions. Also known for its sea food and fine Italian cuisine in general, the city and its pure white sand beaches are surrounded by wonderful citrus and olive groves and many vineyards.

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Sicily - Aeolian Islands - Calabria
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