The farm San Fele stretches for 57 hectares 400 metres above sea-level on the slides of Mt. Sellaro in the National Park of Pollino.
Its strategic location allows to enjoy a suggestive view overlooking the Plain of Sibari, from the Jonic Sea to the Sila Mountains.
The farmhouse, plunged into the green vegetation of the typical Maquis and the age-old clive trees, s ...
La Pietra di Fonte is a Bed and Breakfast~ Agriturism mansion which belongs to the Middle Age. All the ancient colonial settlements are now used as an exclusive restaurant and extremely comfortable B&B rooms.
Close to the seaside (only 3kms away).
All rooms have air conditioning, satellite television, desks, telephone, private-in room bathroom with showe...
The resort is situated in the district of Parghelia, just 1 km from Tropea and with a splendid view of the Tyrrhenian coast and the Aeolian Islands.
The "Tirreno" complex consists of two structures: Hotel and Residence, both built on two levels and surrounded by voluptuous greenery.
All rooms , with up to four beds, are equipped with a private bathroom (with shower ...
Eternal gratitude is due to the Riace Bronzes, the two stupendous Greek statues dredged from the sea and exhibited, from the early 1980s, in the Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia in Reggio Calabria. Thanks to the irresistible attraction exercised by the two masterpieces (one of which is attributed to Fidia, the master Greek sculptor of the fifth century B. C.), hundreds of thousands of visitors arrived in Calabria. And in this way many of them finally discovered, as a joyous and marvellous surprise, a beautiful country, an unspoilt sea, a lush and sometimes wild countryside, with numerous architectural and artistic masterpieces of unexpected quality. Extraordinary, fascinating Calabria, a land of a thousand surprises. Of exquisite beauty, for example, is the Codex Purpureus, a rare sixth-century Greek gospel conserved in the Museo Diocesano in Rossano, with silver lettering and illustrated with splendid elegant figures and religious scenes.
A breathtaking surprise, for those who see it for the first time, is the picturesque and spectacular coast of Tropea, on the Tyrrhenian sea (Calabria is also boarded by the Ionian). But it bears repeating that in Calabria, the surprises never end.
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Eternal gratitude is due to the Riace Bronzes, the two stupendous Greek statues dredged from the sea and exhibited, from the early 1980s, in the Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia in Reggio Calabria. Thanks to the irresistible attraction exercised by...More