Calabria is a region to be discovered, which has a lot to offer in terms of landscape and history. Cradle of the Magna Graecia and watershed between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ionian Sea, Calabria uses rocky and sandy coasts and a wild nature that develops on the mountainous back, where numerous villages of ancient origins lie, such as Badolato, Santa Severina, Oriolo and Cleto. On the western coast stands Tropea, a seaside resort famous all over the world thanks to the beautiful Sanctuary of Santa Maria dell'Isola, located on a picturesque promontory. The climate, typically Mediterranean, ensures mild temperatures for most of the year. And on the tables of the Calabrians can not miss the chili, which makes the flavors of local spicy and inviting dishes.
The village of Altomonte, rich in rivers and hilly landscapes, is located in Calabria.
Badolato is a medieval village situated on a hill a few kilometers from the Ionic coast in Calabria.
From a cultural point of view Bova has remained the capital of the island Ellenofona, in Calabria.
The village of Caccuri is located in Calabria, on the Presila Crotonese.
The village of Cerenzia, in Calabria, situated a short distance from the ancient Acherontia.
The village of Cleto is located in Calabria on the hills in front of the Aeolian Islands.
the seaside village of Diamond is located on the tyrrenian coast north-western part of Calabria.
the village of Frascineto, in Calabria, is characterized by the historical presence of Community italo-Albanian.
From its sandstone cliff, Gerace enjoys an exciting panorama of the entire Locride region, in Calabria.
The village of Melissa rises on a rocky ridge between the Ionian Sea and the eastern slope of the Sila Grande, in Calabria.
Morano Calabro is situated in a strategic position on the slopes of the Pollino massif, in Calabria.
The village of Oriolo is located in Calabria and has very ancient origins.
Anciently note perhaps as Siberene, the village of Santa Severina until 1076 it belonged to the Byzantines.
The village of Saracena rises at the foot of the southern slope of the Parco Nazionale del Pollino, in Calabria.
Note seaside resort, Tropea rises on a high ridge of tuff, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, in Calabria.