In the heart of Cirencester, the charming little town of the Tirreno Cosentino, just 4 km from Diamante (city 'of murals and Pepper) and' the holiday house. Immersed in a park of olive trees and pines, overlooking the crystal waters of the Riviera of the Cedars, characterized by large beaches, breathtaking cliffs and the mild climate. The surrounding landscape is hilly and marine 'rich in history, culture and archeology. Guests can enjoy a peaceful, pleasant and relaxing stay, surrounded by a warm and welcoming atmosphere. And for those who want to interpose to relaxing moments of leisure and 'can go smorkeling, sub, make boat trips or even alternate between the activities' that flashed hiking. With a short walk, going up the hill, you can reach the ancient ruins of Cirella, here is the famous Amphitheater, newly built, in the summer season hosts theatrical and musical performances. L 'location of the house on the edge of the Pollino National Park enables the exploration, a short distance from the sea, one of the mountain nature reserves of the most beautiful d' Italy. Among the different areas: the Valley of the Argentino River, the Lao river and the river Abatemarco, where and 'possible to organize various activities' such as: trekking, rafting, canoeing, mountain biking, quad biking, walking on horseback.
The surrounding areas are full of archaeological sites and historical and cultural interest: Orsomarso, Maratea, Praia a Mare, Scalea, Diamante, Papasidero. A few kilometers north or south, and 'possible to find all the fun of the seaside zones, nightclubs to' open, cinema and shops with the Calabrian and traditional local produce, and a shopping mall, where to shop. Within the complex and 'a bar, a TV room and a dining room; The kitchen and 'well cared, typical local and Mediterranean, of great quality'. The daily menu and 'choice and is' composed by two first, two seconds, two side dishes and fruit or dessert.Il lunch and dinner are served at tables in the restaurant, however breakfast and' served outdoors, on the large terrace, where is' possible gustarea 'also an aperitif before lunch or dinner or a coffee' after meals
Distance from the sea
The property is located directly on the beach, the beach is sand and gravel
All rooms have air conditioning, telephone, satellite TV, private bathroom with shower, mini fridge, hairdryer
24h reception, lift, restaurant, TV room, bar, pool bar, internet point, garden, terrace, outdoor pool with sun beds and umbrellas, beach service, tennis courts, playground, children's club
The private beach, equipped (sun umbrella, a deck chair and a cot for the room), directly accessible from 'internal structure, through the pine forest, using a short, slight downhill path of about 150 meters. The beach and 'gravel, set in a beautiful corner of the cliff, in the vicinity' of the fascinating caves of 'Island of Cirella
Check in: from 17:00 onwards
Check out: by 10:00 am
Cirella and surroundings
Cirella, a small fraction of Diamond, currently equipped seaside resort, is rich in history and artifacts that testify to the importance of this thriving city of Magna Greek name Cerillae. Upper Paleolithic settlements are present in the territory at the fraction of the rock cave of St. John. It was one of the first cities in the area founded by Ausoni and it wrote Strabo, Diodoro Siculo and Silio Italico, who claims to have been destroyed by Hannibal through his general Annone in 203 BC, for their loyalty to Rome. It became an important commercial center thanks to exports between Rome and Ancient Greece. There arose temples and Roman villas, the imperial age, whose ruins are still visible. The city was destroyed and rebuilt several times over the centuries. The parish church of St. Mary de Flores has a medieval capitals of Corinthian style, used as a Paschal candle holder, a wooden bust of the Madonna and Child of the Century. XIII and several works from a church in Old Cirencester. Towards the coast you can see the islet of Cirella and topped by the ruins of ancient fortifications built to prevent the landing of the Moors. Looking up into the interior, on a hill, you can see the ruins of old Cirella destroyed by the French fleet in 1806. They are interesting in this site, besides the beautiful landscape, the ruins of a castle and the remains of a church with a bell tower Romanesque and residues of frescoes. On the slopes of the hill it was found several necropolis as well known as Mausoleum of Cirella, a monumental tomb of Roman times and used as a Christian church building that then become storage of agricultural products.