The so-called tip of the boot of Italy has something for everyone: from lovers of history and culture to those who want to relax on the beaches of the Ionian and Tyrrhenian coasts. It is a land rich in monuments, culture and scenic beauty that deserves to be explored, especially for its picturesque villages such as:
located in the Aspromonte National Park, this town is also called the “Sacred City” as there are numerous churches as well as convents and monasteries. Characteristic are the caves carved into the rock of Borgo Maggiore which were once the seat of the artisans who worked the clay, and are still used today by local artists to pass on this tradition.
the fascinating Calabrian region offers not only ancient monuments and sunny beaches, but also spectacular nature reserves . In this park you can immerse yourself in the flora and fauna typical of the place, away from the stress of the city.
it is the northernmost center of the region and is known above all for the production of PGI lemons . In the eyes of the visitor it seems to have the shape of a pyramid that gradually descends towards the plain.
this small town overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea offers a spectacular view of the Gulf of Policastro. Not to be missed are the ancient watchtower of the bay and the magnificent rock arch. But this magnificent region still has a lot to offer:
nicknamed “the blue pearl ” of Calabria, its glimpses of the crystalline sea and its colorful historic center leave any tourist speechless. Of great historical value is the Sanctuary of Santa Maria dell’Isola, built on a rock and from which on a clear day you can glimpse the Stromboli. (click here to discover our programming)
in this small town in the province of Reggio Calabria, the oldest and most evocative locality is certainly Chianalea, also called “ little Venice ” for its position almost immersed in the sea. Scilla offers unique emotions especially at sunset when the first lights come on and the atmosphere becomes magical. (a splendid itinerary at this link)
the two statues are kept in the National Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria, and are to be considered as the ideal prototype of male beauty.
located on a tuff promontory overlooking the sea, it is located in that stretch of Calabrian coast called ” Costa degli Dei “ (click here to reveal an interesting itinerary), thanks to its white beaches and crystal clear waters. In its historic center there is a staircase decorated with photos and images of the most famous kisses of the cinema, where it is mandatory to kiss between lovers. These and other beauties await you in our GO IN ITALY programming – click here to discover it
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The so-called tip of the boot of Italy has something for everyone: from lovers of history and culture to those who want to relax on the beaches of the Ionian and Tyrrhenian coasts. It is a land rich in monuments, culture and scenic beauty that deserves to be explored, especially for its picturesque villages such […]