Modern 1 Bedroom Apartment For Sale in Lorica italy
Modern 4th floor 1 bedroom apartment (sleeps 4) is situated 200 yards from picturesque Lake Arvo in the village of Lorica in the tranquility of the Sila National Park.
Lorica is an all year round destination with a host of outdoor activities including kayaking, fishing, trekking, mountain biking, horse riding & a newly updated ski resort .
The village boasts shops , bars & restaurants & is a 1 hour drive from Lamezia Terme Airport & a 50 minute drive from the coast.
Nestled in the most stunning of scenery, Lorica is a small town that benefits from an array of local amenities to take advantage of the year round activities – skiing in the nearby resort of Monte Donate. it is conveniently located to visit other nearby towns such as Camigliatello and Macone which also offer year round activities such as pony trekking, quad bikes, mountain bikes and skiing. Local markets are held weekly where you can sample the diverse varieties of local foods. Many festivals are also held throughout the year to celebrate local traditions and produce – this area is famed for its porcini mushrooms.
Floor Space: 45m2
1 Hour from The Airport
Open plan lounge/diner and kitchen with patio door leading onto a small balcony
Gas heaters in all rooms (except bathroom)
Storeroom on ground floor for ski equipment etc.
Laundry facilities on the ground floor for residents
Large grassed area to the front of the building for use by residents
50m to Lake Arvo
About the Area:
The province of Cosenza is a province in the Calabria region of southern italy. its capital is the city of Cosenza. it contains 150 comuni, listed at list of communes of the Province of Cosenza.
The province of Cosenza contains a community of Occitan language (also known as Langue d’oc) speakers in Guardia Piemontese: it was formed by Vaudoi or Waldensian movement members, who moved to Cosenza to avoid religious persecution, in the 13th and 14th centuries. Many of the Arbëreshë Albanians of italy live in the province, since arriving in the 16th century to flee the religious persecution undertaken by the Ottoman Empire.