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  • Parghelia, perched on the coast of the Gods

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Parghelia is one of a string of small coastal towns in the province of Vibo Valentia which are together known as the Coast of the Gods. This 50km stretch of the Tyrhennian coast is renowned for its Caribbean-style long sandy beaches and crystal... continue

  • Calabria: Food and Wine that Celebrates the Summer

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Calabria is split between mountains and coastal plains, and in inland areas the pig plays a huge role in the cuisine. Many families keep their own animal, and if you're lucky enough to be invited to visit around slaughter time, you'll be... continue

  • Countryside holidays in Calabria: hills and villages

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Calabria is something of a secluded gem in Italy. With many tourists every year exploring the hustle and bustle of the big cities like Rome and Milan, or frequenting the traditional Italian coastal destinations, such as Sicily and the Amalfi Coast,... continue

  • A Serene Stop at Hotel Paradiso

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Some of Italy's most scenic spots are its old towns, such as Falerna. Situated in a nook atop cliffs in Southern Italy, this little retirement town is a classic example of Italian life as it was in its glory. A short walk away from the heart... continue

  • Art and Culture Holidays in Calabria

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Reggio Calabria is the southernmost city on the Italian mainland, and its location has meant it has a long history of trade and occupation which has left its mark in today's cultural heritage of ancient Greek ruins and surviving Roman... continue

  • Mountain Holidays in Calabria

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The italian region Calabria, which once hailed as the land of wines, offers prominent mountain ranges, Pollino, Aspromonte and Serre Calabresi for the thrill of tourists. Aspromonte Mountain has various peaks that are more than 2000 metres... continue

  • Calabria's best seaside holidays - Top Sea Destinations in Calabria

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Anytime is perfect to plan your next summer holidays!  There are countless places worth visiting, but if what you are looking for is a beautiful place with a warm climate, amazing food, many places to have fun in and, of course, incredible... continue

  • Agriturismo I Cedri

    written by Italy Visit

    The Farm "I Cedri" is located in Orsomarso, in the hinterland of the Riviera dei Cedri, in the province of Cosenza, near the natural reserve of Argentino. The Farmhouse is located a few miles from the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the foothills of... continue

  • Discover art and culture of the South Italy: Reggio Calabria

    written by Bridget Brackett

    Reggio Calabria is the biggest city of Calabria situated in the Southern Italy and located on the toe of the Italian peninsula, standing on the east coast of the Strait of Messina and touching the western slopes of the Aspromonte. Reggio... continue

  • Santa Caterina Village

    written by Italy Visit

    The Hotel Santa Caterina Village is set in the beautiful marine resort of Scalea, on the sea coast of Calabria. Nestled in a park of 40,000 square meters, this hotel is an example of a growing rapprochement with numerous recreational facilities in... continue

  • Tropea and archeology

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    In the area of Torre Galli, inland of Tropea, a Pre-Hellenic necropolis was unearthed, dating back to the late Iron Age, whose remains proved to be of great importance for an understanding of the Italian community in the period immediately preceding... continue

  • Tropea's Chiesa dell'Isola

    written by Cedric Mills

    It is pleasant stroll up to the Chiesa dell'Isola, a church dedicated to seafarers, that sits on top of a rocky outcrop that juts out into the sea. Some believe that it rose on the site of a fourth-century Basilian cell; we know, however, that Pope... continue

  • Tropea's Old Town

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    Slightly damaged by the disastrous seventeenth and eighteenth-century earthquakes, it has kept its origin urban physiognomy of almost integral buildings from those centuries. Here noblemen's houses of great beauty and architectural value can be... continue

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