Spend a holiday in Calabria, diving into the splendid Ionian Sea, visiting its churches and breathing its mountain air. Retrace the history of Magna Graecia and the Byzantines. It means experiencing a place and its history.
From Catanzaro to Stilo, from Soverato to Gerace, from Serra San Bruno to Roccelletta di Borgia, from the Serre to the Sila your holiday in Calabria is not only sea but art, history, religion, mountains and fun.
This area, in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea but with a wild and suggestive hinterland, is among the most important of the Calabria Region, a worthwhile experience. Discover Calabria, intact and natural land, to be experienced
→ Book at the Reception an Exursion:
Choose the Cruise to the Island of Caporizzuto, the visit to Tiriolo, the Town of the two Seas, discover Stilo and Gerace, walk along the… most beautiful kilometre in Italy, the sea front of Reggio Calabria.
→ Visit the Scolacium Park in Roccelletta, retracing Roman and Byzantine history.
→ Climb the Apennines of the Serre.
→ Don’t miss the Certosa di Serra San Bruno, the first monastery in Italy.
→ Relax on the virgin and immaculate beaches, in the heart of FAI (Italian Environmental Fund) locations, of Sant’Andrea Apostolo dello Jonio.
→ Discover the Ancient Hamlet of Badolato.
→ Spend a night in the discos of Soverato and Copanello.
Don’t forget art, because you are in the area that gave birth to Mattia Preti and Mimmo Rotella. Visit the Marca Museum in Catanzaro, among the most active museums in Calabria. In Catanzaro, don’t miss the Park of Bio-Diversity, one of the most beautiful city parks in Italy.
→ On the Ionian Coast of Calabria, to the North, visit Le Castella, where you can admire the Castle overlooking the sea. To the South make a stop at Stilo, one of the most Byzantine cities of Italy, that gave birth to one of the greatest Italian philosophers: Tommaso Campanella, or further to the South, Gerace, one of the most beautiful hamlets of Italy.
This and much more awaits you.
Calabria seems to have been created by a whimsical God who, having created several worlds, amused himself by mixing them together.