11 October 2019
This weekends Property Exhibitions
12 October 11:00 - 19:00
12 October 2019
13 October 2019
10 October 2019
Portobello Village | Hotel | This morning we have started construction....
4 October 2019
Beautiful Calabria | the many faces of Calabria
25 September 2019
Under Construction | Portobello Village
Villa 4 is a 3 bed 2 bath independent modern design villa with outside terrace and over 120 sqm of a roof top solarium. There is also some of the best views of the coast you will see.
The property will be built on a lot size of over 600 sqm.
Flexible payment plans available.
Developer finance available i.e. pay 50% of the property and pay the remainder over 2 to 3 years.
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28 August 2019
Portobello Village | Hotel, Resort & Beach Club | It's A Way of Life
Create your own piece of paradise, in a community of entrepreneurs, investors, creatives and other global life-stylists.
Portobello Villa | Hotel & Resort lies in a fantastic location, overlooking one of the most beautiful & certainly historical cities, Tropea, which is surrounded by some of the best white sandy beaches on the Costa Degli Dei. The site which is a lush green hillside spreading out over more than 80000 sqm, with as many property options & typologies to attract the international traveller & investor.
The views are sensational. The sunrises are magical. And the white sandy beaches, well, we will let you experience those for yourselves….
22 August 2019
New Designs | Tailored Exclusive Villas
20 August 2019
14 August 2019
Buon Ferragosto | Windrush Alliance
The Feriae Augusti ("Festivals [Holidays] of the Emperor Augustus") were introduced by the emperor Augustus in 18 BCE. This was an addition to earlier ancient Roman festivals which fell in the same month, such as the Vinalia rustica or the Consualia, which celebrated the harvest and the end of a long period of intense agricultural labor. The Feriae Augusti, in addition to its propaganda function, linked the various August festivals to provide a longer period of rest, called Augustali, which was felt necessary after the hard labour of the previous weeks.
During these celebrations, horse races were organised across the Empire, and beasts of burden (including oxen, donkeys and mules), were released from their work duties and decorated with flowers. Such ancient traditions are still alive today, virtually unchanged in their form and level of participation during the Palio dell'Assunta which takes place on 16 August in Siena. Indeed, the name "Palio" comes from the pallium, a piece of precious fabric which was the usual prize given to winners of the horse races in ancient Rome.