The portion of Calabria that adjoins the Tyrrhenian Sea is a spectacular region in southern Italy with world-class beaches: miles upon miles of white-pebble beaches and see-through aquamarine water. It brings to mind the Big Sur in California.
High on a bluff is Tropea, with shops and trattorias and some of the best vistas on earth.
The Hamptons driving you mad; do you feel that Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
and Block Island are overwhelmed by the political class and their camp followers; Cape Cod too accessible--you owe it to your yourself to find paradise on earth, the beaches of Calabria.
For more visit the beaches of Calabria on www.Webvisionitaly.com
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