Capo Vaticano: holidays in the promontory of the Coast of the Gods

What to see, do and visit in Capo Vaticano, where it is, the most beautiful beaches and views from the lighthouse.

Travel Guide Capo Vaticano

The promontory of Capo Vaticano is in Calabria on the Costa degli Dei, there are beautiful beaches and a lighthouse at a location overview.

The promontory Capo Vaticano, altitude of 124 meters above sea level, is located on the Tyrrhenian coast of Calabria in Ricadi between the Gulf of St. Euphemia and in Gioia Tauro, on the coast called Coast of the Gods, characterized by a beautiful coastline, dotted with popular tourist destinations including the ‘island of Stromboli, the closest, and the other islands of the’ Aeolian Islands.

What to see in Capo Vaticano

On the end of the rock, about 100 meters above sea level, stands the lighthouse of Capo Vaticano that since 1885, when it was turned on for the first time, look at the sea.

Climbing up on a road we can reach his desk where we can admire beautiful panoramic views and, when the weather conditions are optimal, the spectacular volcano of Stromboli and the Aeolian Islands.

The coastline is dotted with numerous coves and beautiful bays, like that of Grotticelle, formed by three beaches that follow one after the other. Very beautiful beach of Praia of Fire, in addition to the Tono beach, the beach Torre Marino, Riaci beach, the beach and the beach of Scalea Formicoli.