On the promontory of Capo Palinuro, time seems to have stopped. A watchtower from the 1500s stands proud, unconcerned by the passing of time, to symbolize the strength of a past civilization. The Torre del Giudeo, also known as Torre Mozza, is one of the countless towers that characterize the coastal landscape of southern Italy. It’s part of a large defensive system built by the Spaniards to fight off Turkish attacks. Located in a strategic point, it served as control over the mouth of the Mingardo river and the wide stretch of the Molpa coast. It’s a suggestive place, where the eye can wonder over the sea without any interruption. With a capacity of 60 people, it’s the ideal setting for an exclusive event, to celebrate civil ceremonies, or for the renewal of wedding vows.
The perfect atmosphere for your event.