Admire Calabria is a privilege they have enjoyed in a few so far, our region is among the most authentic and still was not assaulted by mass tourism.
Visit the official website of tourism in Calabria HERE.
From top to bottom and from left to right: 1.Caminia (Soverato), 2.Pietragrande, 3.Cattolica of Stilo, 4.Parco Scolacium, 5.Sila National Park, 6.Pollino National Park, 7.Island of Capo Rizzuto, 8.Scilla, 9.Pentedattilo 10.Arco Magno in San Nicola Arcella, 11.Arco Magno in San Nicola Arcella, 12.Piedigrotta Church, 13.Tropea, 14.Capo Vaticano, 15.Monasterace, 16.Reggio Calabria
A) The Scolacium archaeological park. A few kilometers from us, one of the most evocative archaeological sites in Italy, rich in historical, natural,
landscaped. The park is located on the site of the ancient Greek city of Magna Skilletion, some sources indicate that as one of the possible landing of the legendary
journey of Ulysses.
B) Stilo and Bivongi. It is a path centered on two stages: the first at the famous "Catholic" of Stilo, the city of Tommaso Campanella; the second at the ancient Orthodox monastery of St. John Theristis recently restored.
C) The ancient Kaulon. Guided visit to the archaeological park of Monasterace, by the sea, where it was found the most important mosaic coming from the colonies of Magna Grecia. Visit to the new museum at the site.
D) The Certosa of Serra San Bruno. A path in the fresh Calabrian Serre, the discovery of one of the most legendary places and fascinating in the history of Western mysticism, founded over 900 years ago and is still able to attract vocations from around the world, as well as the passionate interest of writers, photographers, filmmakers.
E) Locri and Gerace. Trip to the beauty of Magna Graecia through the myths of the glorious city of Locri and its sanctuaries, pilgrimage and from all over the ancient world offer. It then goes back, in history and in the territory, to the medieval town of Gerace and its magnificent cathedral.