Villaggio Club Baia del Sole

Address: C.da Torre Ruffa, Ricadi, Calabria, 89866, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on C.da Torre Ruffa, Ricadi.
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    Travel Blogs from Ricadi

    Lorica to Nicotera

    A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on May 14, 2015

    1 comment

    ... a false start, we cycled along the road, which was fine because it was reasonably quiet. The marina was a bit desolate. I think it is the type of place that only operates for two months of the year during the summer holidays so everything looked very shut up and dilapidated with rubbish strewn everywhere. We found the cycle route and were glad we hadn’t taken it. It was overgrown with 10 foot high bamboo and thorny briars which I am sure ...

    Siracusa Sicily

    A travel blog entry by xangran on May 13, 2015

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    The birthplace of Archimedes(you remember the book Mr Archimedes bath) and chosen island for Mafia. There are quite a few mafia type souvenirs around the little shops, along with lava from Mt Etna, which was smoking satisfactorily when we were leaving. Lots of tiny streets in the old town, plus, of course, high end shops and tourists, but not as many as other places. Antiquities too and I would have liked to spend more time here and less in ...

    Maltesers

    A travel blog entry by xangran on May 13, 2015

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    Valletta in Malta and the island in general seems to be full of package tour high rises and lots of Europeans on holiday, principally extremely voluble Italians and sunburnt Brits. The Knights of Saint John and World War 2 have left their marks on the island, as has cheap tourism and global brand shopping. Medina on its tall hill was another stunning golden stone town full of ...

    Spilinga

    A travel blog entry by rosannadotro on Jan 09, 2015

    8 photos

    ... t recognize you.. you will be stopped and have to explain exactly whose child you are and who their parents are and relatives ect. every family in spilinga has nicknames so the people of the town can easily determine who you are related to. Why? I am thinking because everyone is tecnically related in that town with the same last names and same first names... everyones name is either ...

    Tropea

    A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... are it for English first language speakers for miles around. It is quite rural and lovely. And very tropical in appearance.

    We left Sorrento about 10:20 am this morning in our rental car with Larry as the sole driver for the next week. We are now committed to drinking the extra €160 it would have been for the second driver, Gary, in Sicilian wine. So Gary and his GPS are responsible for delivering us somewhere close to our various destinations.

    It ...