Visit One of the Most Beautiful Fishing Villages in Italy,


and Enjoy the Wide Panorama.

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Camere sul Mare is a romantic bed & breakfast in the center of the village Chianalea in Scilla. Here, you have the opportunity to spend a wonderful holiday by the sea. The top room has a spectacular view of the open sea.

Discover the village

has retained the style of the old fishermen's houses, even though it has now been completely renovated. The small village offers a special and romantic atmosphere.

Host

retired doctor, loves reading, and the peace of life by the sea.

From 44 € per person per night

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Camere sul Mare Chianalea di Scilla, Calabria
Rooms
  • 2 rooms
  • 5 Beds
Included services
  • Air Conditioner
  • breakfast
  • Room-Cleaning
  • TV
  • Internet / W-Lan
Host language
  • English
  • French
  • Spanish
Prices
  • Double room
    A 140 €
    B 100 €
    C 80 €
  • Triple Room
    A 150 €
    B 120 €
    C 90 €
  • A last week of Juli - the first week of September
  • B 1 June - penultimate sunday of Juli, September
  • C 1 March - 31 May, October, December

Camere sul Mare is a romantic bed & breakfast in the center of the village of Chianalea in Scilla. The accommodation has a double and a triple bedroom with sea view. The two rooms are equipped with private bathroom, air conditioning, WiFi, minibar, TV, and safe. The price also includes a delicious breakfast with homemade sweets, and daily cleaning of the room. A place for a cozy holiday by the sea. In the area you will find the most famous restaurants of Scilla, where, in summer, you can dine on terraces directly by the sea. The castle and the beach "di Marina Grande" are only a few minutes walk away. Beaches, restaurants, and moorings for boats are also nearby.


Chianalea di Scilla

Chianalea belongs to Scilla, and is one of the most romantic villages in Calabria. Chianalea is characterized by its thousand-year history, and its location in close proximity to the sea. It is said that the village was founded by exiles from Troy, who were looking for a safe place to live. The village is also known as "Venice of the South", and as a village of fishermen. The houses were built on rocks, and are separated from one another by narrow streets that lead down to the sea. Sometimes these very small alleyways are also used as a landing zone for fishing boats. Chianalea can only be explored on foot, as you walk through narrow alleys past ancient fountains and churches. High above the village, the castle "Dei Ruffo di Calabria", built for military purposes, watches over everything. The mighty building was transformed into a residence by Count Paolo Ruffo in 1532. Today, the castle hosts conferences and art exhibitions, and from here you can see the beauties of the Calabrian strait, such as the Aeolian Islands and the Sicilian coast. The castle is one of the best vantage points of the village. Participation in village life: Go for a dive, and discover Scilla’s sea floor, one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful. Be fascinated by the underwater spectacle using professional equipment, or simply with a diving mask. A huge water plant and jagged rocks await you. There are a number of small beaches and bays closeby, "small paradises", such as the "Cala Janculla", which are only accessible by sea. In summer, you can be on board for fishing the local swordfish. Scilla may be small, but stretches from the sea to the mountains. Here, you can explore here the fossil-covered karst caves of Tremusa. Scilla is also not far from Reggio Calabria and its museum with Riace’s bronze figures, Locri with its archaeological excavations, the National Park Aspromonte, and the Aeolian Islands. The charming town of Tropea or the Serra San Bruno forest are also worth a visit (small tip from the amavido-founder Marie-Janet).

Demetrio Host

I’m a retired doctor, I love reading, and life at the sea. I like to spend my time at the beach, under a parasol, or in the sun. I enjoy going on boat trips, diving, or simply going for walks along the beach promenade. I’ll gladly share my experiences and local knowledge with my guests and travelers.




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