Pizzo, also known as Pizzo Calabro, is a seaside town in Calabria. Located on a cliff, the town is a touristic destination for people who want to relax and enjoy the white beaches and discover the Calabrian lifestyle.The main attraction of the city is the Church of Piedigrotta, built into a cave and facing the sea. This amazing church was built in the seventeenth century by some sailors who wanted to express their gratitude for having survived a storm. The Murat castle is another historical attraction. The castle was the prison of King of Naples Joachim Murat, brother-in-law of Napoleon. Also, do not miss the typical dessert of the town, the Tartufo, an ice cream ball filled with chocolate or fruit cream.