Sub diving, biking, trekking, flying, horse riding, fishing, free climbing, sailing, surfing in Calabria.
Calabria, wonderful land, perfect marriage between mountain and sea, between hill and plane, between costumes and traditions, between tastes and colours!
Calabria, extreme corner of paradise, cradle of Magna Grecia, that makes of the Tourism her point of strenght thanks to the splendour of her beaches, her sea, her fantastic panoramas...
Tourism in Calabria isn't only a resource for her local people...but also and above all the invitation to the persons that don't know this region, to begin a "full immersion" travel between natural and unknown paradises different from the remaining part of the italian coasts.
From North to South. Calabria presents a coastline of 800 km about. Her coasts, only partially rocky, are for the largest part sandy. There are sandy stretches enlivened by dunes, especially where rivers and streams have generated coast planes and river deltas.
The Calabrian "tyrrhenian" coast is characterised by the intensity and the colours of a wild and wonderful nature, by white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters. Here it's possible to savor the beauty of the blue-green shades of clear and deep sea stretches and breathe the unmistakable scent of the mediterranean undergrowth.
The "Ionic" side of Calabria's coast has different characteristics from those of the Tyrrhenian Sea, longer beaches, cooler waters but colours and landscapes equally spectacular and picturesque. Towards the Ionian coast descend the numerous "torrents" of Aspromonte.
Sea is the main touristic resource of Calabria. The most famous coast cities are: Tropea, Pizzo, Capo Vaticano, Reggio Calabria, Soverato, Scilla, Scalea, Sellia Marina, Montepaone, Montauro, Copanello, Palmi, Diamante, Paola, Fiumefreddo Bruzio, Amantea, Praia a Mare, Belvedere Marittimo, Roseto Capo Spulico, Corigliano Calabro, Cirò Marina, Amendolara and Roccella Ionica.
Calabria is a succession of white beaches, many of which have stretches of fine golden sand, which alternate with stretches of cliffs lapped by calm, warm waters.
From north to south, from east to west, from the Tyrrhenian to the Ionian Sea, are distinguished by beauty Caminia, Capo Rizzuto, Capo Vaticano, Diamond, Roccella Jonica, San Nicola Arcella, Soverato, Tropea just to mention the most famous.
Calabrian typical recipes, quick and easy to accomplish. Pasta dishes, meat and fish, side dishes, desserts of Calabrian tradition.
List of events, festivals, fairs, concerts, exhibitions, theater and cultural events, etc. in Calabria divided by month.
Calabrian typical products and typical specialties of Calabria from 'nduja of Spilinga to the red onion of Tropea, from the hot red chili pepper to pecorino (cheese) of Monte Poro.
Virtual travel far and wide for Calabria between natural paradises and wonderful coastlines, among verdant hills, snowy mountains and white beaches and soft as the wind caresses.
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"Where Eating in Calabria" and "Where Sleeping in Calabria" are two of the three windows that Calabria & Turismo dedicates to all the activities and/or enterprises that want to stand out in the regional and national touristic panorama within the calabrian catering and reception, proving to pay attention to the italian and foreign clients and tourists needs, offering high standards of quality, and excellent qualities of seriousness, professionalism and hospitality. The other window titled "What Seeing in Calabria" will take care of, from time to time, make you discover the most beautiful places of Calabria!
Travel along the "thyrrenian" and "ionic" coasts of Calabria towards the sands...
On the Road, today, talks about Scilla: among mythology, history, legend and poetic images...
Time Out, this week, talks about two ancient calabrian villages: Oriolo and Chianalea...
"Setptember to the Park" also this year has taken the great music to Catanzaro...
The National Park of Aspromonte is a natural protected area in province of Reggio...
Itinerating in Calabria from Tropea to Scilla, along the thyrrenian coast, until arriving on the mountains...