It is a charming place, one of a kind, that will enchant those who wants to stay here. Placed on top of a hill overlooking the coast of Montepaone Lido - Soverato, one of the most beautiful stretches of the Ionian coast of Calabria, home is one place to enjoy the most varied and beautiful "visions" that open out of breath over the Gulf of Squillace. By ruddy sunrises, mornings to clear blue; the wind stormy evenings, the wonderful rainbows that open in all their breadth; by the full moon on the sea to all that your eyes will want and will capture. The house is equipped with thermal and photovoltaic solar plant and a biomass boiler. It offers plenty of space both inside and on the lighted terraces that surround it from all sides. The structure is located in Via Torino in Montepaone (CZ).
"The overall view of the enchanting bay of Soverato, on the Gulf of Squillace, really breathtaking. Chats with Massimo (the "visionary") and Lara (the "Mediterranean") are valuable as the constellations that dot this beautiful summer sky wide angle of Calabria"
"We were guests of the B&B Visioni Mediterranee for a night in August, during our walking holiday in the beautiful Calabria. At the beginning we were looking for a hotel near the sea, but then we came across a pleasant surprise. The B & B has wonderful views of the Gulf of Squillace."
"We spent in this B & B three beautiful days and complete relaxation. The hotel overlooks a breathtaking panorama that spans the Gulf of Soverato. How wonderful to get up in the morning and have breakfast on the beautiful terrace watching the sea. A healthy breakfast that always includes homemade jams, freshly brewed coffee, fresh milk, biscuits, fruit juice."
"In the holiday home Visioni Mediterranee are all ways to be involved: the astonished view through olive trees, prickly pears, a rural house in stone, the sea and the sky, until back on the terrace surrounded by the sound of crickets and the breeze particularly pleasant these days of intense heat - in each room there are works of art by artists."