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Villa Collina

“VILLA COLLINA” is a residential complex, located in Badolato Marina in the province of Catanzaro (Calabria – Southern Italy)

The complex consists of 100 semi-detached houses, built in the period 2006 to 2008.

The villas, despite being of different sizes between 130 and 180 square meters, are all equipped with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, large covered terrace overlooking the Ionian Sea, garage and private garden. The owners are mostly (about 80%) Danish, but there are also owners from other parts of the world, such as: Italy, France, Canada, Germany, Iceland, Norway, United States, England and Argentina. Each Villa consists of

Not just residences

But numerous

activities offered by the area

The residential complex is located 200 meters from the sea and can be easily reached on foot. “Villa Collina” is located in a precise area of Calabria on the Ionian coast, known as the “Riviera degli Angeli” (in ancient “Magna Grecia”), characterized by the presence of four naturalistic dimensions in a few square kilometers: long white beaches with a blue and crystalline sea, with stretches of free and wild beaches and equipped bathing establishments; green hills with olive groves and centuries-old vineyards with ancient villages with a thousand-year history and with their many cultural, food and wine experiences; lush countryside with streams and unique Mediterranean rural landscapes; mountains with lakes, waterfalls and many nature trails for outdoor activities, trekking or cycling.

Connected with the history of Badolato

7 km from the residential complex, on a hill overlooking the sea, is the fantastic medieval village of Badolato, one of “The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy” with a remarkable artistic-architectural heritage and various important tourist-commercial services and catering. Badolato, which for many has become a “good retreat”, represents a microcosm of sustainable globalization with a multicultural and international community, whose community is historically dedicated to hospitality and welcome (“filoxenia” = love for the foreigner).