Cozy, modern studio apartment with all modern comforts at an affordable prize
Comfort & Relaxation
in three apartaments
Dimora Grazia was born of the renovation of an 18th century building in the old town of Pizzo. The three charming apartments are designed to meet the needs of all kinds of guests. You will be able to enjoy your holiday in a typical Italian village while at the same time being pampered by every modern comfort.
All the apartments have:
- Air Conditioning
- Free Wi-Fi
- Kitchen with cooker
- Single entrance
Only 200 meters away from Murat Castle and 1.9 km from the church of Piedigrotta, Dimora Grazia is the best place to stay if you want to explore one of the most beautiful and historic towns in Calabria.
THE HISTORICAL CENTER
By day as in the evening, in summer as in winter, Piazza della Repubblica is the reference point for a town rich in history, ideal for spending a few hours in a unique atmosphere. How to leave the city of ice cream without having tasted the inimitable truffle of Pizzo in one of the historic bars in the square.
Inside the manor a historical reconstruction represents the different moments of the detention of King Murat and his men: in the basement, their imprisonment is reproduced; on the first floor is represented the scene of the trial against the King, in the cell where he spent the last moments of his life.
The beaches of Pizzo are among the favorites for tourists and among the most beautiful in all of Italy. Dimora Grazia overlooks the Marinella beach, a large free beach of fine sand. The peculiarities are many: in front of you you will have the crystalline sea with the whole coast of the gods in the distance and, on clear days, you will even be able to see the Aeolian Islands ; the seabed is clear and it is possible to practice snorkelling or even scuba diving.
Pizzo is a town that is characterized by its beautiful churches; first of all is the Cathedral of San Giorgio, the main church, the work of the sculptor Fontana, and a statue of Christ by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. On the beach, however, we find the Church of Piedigrotta, carved into the sandstone rock. Inside we admire many statues carved in tuff by Angelo and Alfonso Barone.