The structure is located on the best stretch of the Ionian coast of Calabria, the wonderful Gulf of Squillace, one of the most beautiful sea areas in all of southern Italy. The beautiful beaches alternate with the historic villages, such as the ancient Squillace, and the more lively tourist resorts, such as Soverato, Copanello or the Lido di Squillace where the resort is located.
The property is located about 300 meters from the sea (white and fine sandy beach).
Comfortable and spacious, the comfort rooms all have air conditioning, private bathroom, hairdryer, television, telephone.
24 hour reception, restaurant, bar, beach bar, unattended parking, playground, swimming pool, children's pool, baby feeding room.
Allowed small and medium size (maximum weight 20kg) with the exception of common areas. Provided a supplement of € 50 to be paid locally for final sanitation.
Check in: from 4.00 pm
Check out: before 10.00 am
A few kilometers from the coast on a hill close to a ravine is the center of Squillace. In Greek times it was called Skilletion and in Roman age Minervia Augusta Scolacium, but perhaps the origins of this city are more remote. It was home to Aurelio Cassiodoro. Squillace is a center with a strong tourist vocation. Skylletion, which tradition wants founded by Ulysses, was a very important city of Magna Graecia. The ancient urban nucleus is located in the territory closest to the sea, while the current center has medieval origins. The journey to discover the Gulf of Squillace starts from Borgia, a town located between the woods and the sea, in a place where you can still perceive the splendor of Magna Graecia. Near Catanzaro, at the entrance to the Scolacium Archaeological Park, you can admire the ruins of the church of S. Maria di Roccella, built by the Normans between the end of the XI and the first half of the 12th century. The analysis of what remains of the building shows a mixture between the forms of the Western Romanesque and the Byzantine culture. The excavations inside the Archaeological Park have brought to light the remains of buildings from the Roman era such as the theater, the amphitheater, the baths, the paved streets, the aqueduct, while the ancient Greek Skylletion, have not yet emerged masonries, due to the overlap of the Roman city; however, there are many ceramic finds from the 4th, 5th and 6th centuries BC. Flourishing and ancient tradition is the ceramic and terracotta craftsmanship, so much so that Squillace is one of the twenty-seven Italian municipalities that can boast of the DOC brand. A probably very ancient art that developed already in the Magno-Greek period. Many works by Squilla are kept in museums all over the world: London, Paris, New York, Capodimonte, Palermo. The most important product of the local artisans is Sqllci 1654, a piece kept in the Provincial Museum of Catanzaro, now lost.