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Porto Rhoca

Porto Rhoca

Property in Italy / Calabria region / Porto Rhoca

Realty type:
4* Resort

Price: 175 500 €

Porto Rhoca

Perfectly situated between the Calabrian capital of Catanzaro and the vibrant tourism destination of Soverato, the luxury 4 star resort of Porto Rhoca nestles in to the Olive groves and agricultural area of Squillace. This Ideal location provides panoramic views of the Ionic coast line, over the locally farmed land; however is still only 10 minutes walk to the beach or alternatively 4 minutes drive in the shuttle bus that runs every quarter of an hour provided by the resort.

With its local shops, bars and restaurants, Squillace provides all the amenities and facilities one would require on a lazy holiday or an action packed fortnight. Only 10 minutes drive to Soverato's shopping areas and nightlife or 15 minutes to the historical city of Catanzaro.
The established resort of Porto Rhoca has been a haven for international tourism for over 10 years and is now presenting the market with a unique opportunity to once again get involved. With its extremely high standards and build quality, the 2-3 bed villas with large private gardens as a perfect combination of a first class holiday home in southern Italy and a lucrative investment in the rapidly growing region of Calabria.

With its 4 star hotel, Two Swimming pools, Conference Centre that seats up to 420 people, high quality restaurant, Pool bar and restaurant you have everything you could possibly need on site for yourselves and also the high number of clients that flock to the resort to rent the holiday properties each year. If that isn't enough, you also have the full use of the private, unspoilt white sandy beach that stretches along the crystal clear waters of the Ionic sea. This luxury boasts a variation of sporting activities both on and off shore, with the facility of a kids clubs for young children and teens alike.

All of these factors really do make Porto Rhoca an un-missable investment opportunity.

Calabria

Situated between the Ionian and the Tyrrhenian Sea you will find the deep green hilly landscape of Calabria surrounded by 800km of rugged coastline and stunning beaches. Our new 4-star development of Porto Rhoca lies about 30mins from the Lamezia Terme international airport. Located in the town of Squillace and at the very heart of the Gulf that takes its name from the local area, this resort looks over the ‘mare ionico’, meaning the Ionian Sea. Calabria, the most southern region of the Italian continent, borders "Basilikata" at the most Northern point. In the North-East it bathes in the gulf of Tarent, in the South-West the Ionian Sea and in the west, the Tyrrhenian Sea washes its shores.  The Southern province of Calabria and Sicily are split only by the narrow strait of Messina.

The regions capital Catanzaro (100.000 inhabitants) is located in the centre of Calabria. The city hosts the seat of an archbishop and is home to a selection of beautiful churches and a magnificent Cathedral. The cultural capital of Cosenza is situated to the north. Cosenza is a beautiful baroque historic city with a large number of religious buildings, piazzas, a grand fort and of course a variety of tantalising restaurants and bars. The city of Reggio di Calabria is the largest and most southern city(180.000 inhabitants), offering a metropolitan life style, various shopping facilities as well as a long boardwalk out to sea and the national museum, displaying parts of the famous Magna Graecia, The Greek history of Calabria.

For all the nature lovers, Calabria has a vast range of national parks where many endangered plants and animals still live (Parco Nazionale della Calabria). The beaches in Calabria are famous for their pale sand and the turquoise colour of the sea. Even in high season you find hidden.

 

Squillace

Squillace is an ancient seaside town in the Province of Catanzaro, situated on the east coast of Calabria, on the shores of an extensive bay, the Gulf of Squillace which indents the coast of Calabria on the east, as deeply as that of the Gulf of Saint Eufemia on the west, with a comparatively narrow isthmus between them.

The name Squillace derives from the ancient city of Scylletium, the principal ruins of which are located in the nearby commune of Borgia. The modern town is known today as one of Italy's most important archaeological sites as well as a popular resort. Production of highly prized terra cotta has been an important part the local economy for centuries; Cassiodorus' writings make several mentions of it. Squillace is the home of the pignatari style of ceramic artistry. The name is derived from the Italian word pignata, an earthenware container used for cooking beans over an open fire.

Soverato

At one time this city was very much the holiday playground for the Northern Italians exclusively, however now the secret is out and Soverato is set to become more and more popular with visitors from across Europe. Italians have always flocked here for the fine sandy beaches and blue green waters. The authentic old town, with its picturesque streets has always played a part in the local tourism economy. There are many traditional restaurants serving the most delicious gourmet food for you to discover.

 As this attractive area expands its tourism target market, we too have a chance to enjoy the lifestyle and take advantage of the exciting opportunities available when looking to invest in Calabria.

Beaches

Soverato offers a wide variety of sugar white sandy beaches where you can stretch out, soak up the sun and forget your worries. With the option of the popular busy stretches or more private secluded beaches off the beaten track, there is something for everyone.

Shopping

The most popular market in Calabria opens here at the end of every month, the ideal place to find treasures at bargain prices.

For fresh local produce, head to the Friday food market on piazza Maria Ausiliatrice and for Italian style try the elegant designer shops and jewellers in the pedestrian precinct overlooking the gorgeous gulf of Squillace.

Cuisine

Each day the fishermen arrive with their boats to offload their catches at the fish market near the boardwalk in Soverato, which means you can look forward to finding fresh seafood on the menu at all the local bars and restaurants as well as spicy Calabria specialities and fine local wines.

Nightlife

In the summer it’s all happening along the popular boardwalk where people come to Soverato each evening from surrounding towns and villages to eat, drink and dance to the early hours in its dozens and dozens of bars and clubs.

Archaeology

When you’re tired of the beach and crave a little culture, there are some fascinating archaeological sites nearby including an old olive mill, a Norman church, La Roccelletta and an ancient necropolis.

Cantanzaro

This town rises on a rock and is split into two parts by the steep Fiumarella valley, the two sections being connected by a huge concrete steel bridge (the Viadotto Morandi ), among the highest in Europe, built in 1960 to the design of architect Riccardo Morandi .

The beach town Catanzaro Lido, located about 5 kilo meters south, has a wide promenade and a harbour for small fishing and pleasure boats.

The old town was built over three hills (St. Trifone or St. Rocco Hill; Episcopate's Hill; St. John's Hill) in Byzantine times. Catanzaro was since the 11th century the lace capital of the world with a large silkworm breeding, it produced all the laces and linens used in the Vatican and supplied merchants that came from all over Europe to buy the silk in the port of Reggio Calabria soon before Pentecost day.

Catanzaro is home of the Nobel Prize winner prof. Renato Dulbecco and of the contemporary artist Mimmo Rotella, inventor of the Decollage.

Ski Resorts

Sila, the enchanting Calabrian Mountain landscape that plays host to green meadows, fresh water springs, tall Corsican pine forests, vast open spaces and delightful lakes. This beautiful area is divided into Sila Grande and Sila Piccola, with cultivated wooded areas, dramatic slopes and heavenly peaks that rise to almost 2000 metres above sea level is equipped with numerous winter sporting centres. Sila also has an extensive variety of fauna, with the presence of wolves, honey-buzzards, boar and roe-deer. It’s a natural paradise. The National Park that lies on a surface area of more than 12,000 hectares covers the two provinces of Cosenza (Sila Grande) and Catanzaro (Sila Piccola). The Sila is a splendid environment with a variety of excursions available and offers an uncontaminated natural atmosphere, gurgling water falls and springs, and most of all a wonderful landscape. The Sila Piccola’s climate is harsher than Sila Grande, with more abundant rainfall and snow that can sometimes be over 2 metres deep. Of exceptional interest are the so called “ Giants of the Sila” , majestic secular Austrian pines which reach a height of 50 m and 1 and half metres in diameter. Palumbo Village is one of the most important skiing resorts located in the Sila Piccola. It overlooks the beautiful Lago Ampollino and is full of residences and hotels surrounded by secular forestation. In the Village there's also a pretty church for the Madonna delle nevi (Madonna of the Snow). The skiing centre (2 millions sq metres) is walking distance from the Village and well equipped (i.e. cottages, all kind of services, parking spaces for bus and cars, solarium, ski school, delicious restaurants etc). In the Sila there are centres rich in history and traditions with many local restaurants offering a delicious local cuisine (salami, porcini mushrooms cooked in different ways, pork meat etc.), different pubs, hotels and picnic areas that offer the visitors the chance to enjoy these beautiful un-explored places.

The southern Italian region of Calabria is a great destination for a ski holiday, outside of Northern Italy and the Italian Alps. La Sila is located in the Parco Nazionale della Calabria and has for many years been a popular ski destination between November and February.

Price:

  • Unit 119

Internal sqm – 66     Terrace sqm – 33     Garden – 357

Price: €290.500

  • Unit 120

Internal sqm – 67     Terrace sqm – 33     Garden – 190

Price: €255.500

  • Unit 121

Internal sqm – 66.38            Terrace sqm – 36     Garden – 270

Price: €275.500

  • Unit 122

Internal sqm – 54.3  Terrace sqm – 15.85            Garden – 81.70

Price: €175.500

  • Unit 127

Internal sqm – 54.3  Terrace sqm – 15.85            Garden – 81.76

Price: €175.500

 

 

 

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