Calabria, a family inviting region, is at the toe of the italian boot, the very south of Italy – encompassed by the mind boggling blue Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas and isolated from Sicily by the Strait of Messina.
The warm atmosphere, the lovely shades of the ocean, rough drifts that changes with sandy shorelines, a nature that is wild and secretive, the solid and honest to goodness kinds of nearby nourishment and the remnants of its old starting points make Calabria a novel place that vacationers can appreciate in both winter and summer.
Any wish can be satisfied. The individuals who love nature, its aromas and puzzles, can investigate the Calabrian hinterland, finding unadulterated and unpolluted landscapes, where gigantic green belts interchange with blue lakes and waterfalls.
Then again, the individuals who favor lolling in the warm beams of the sun and plunge into a perfectly clear ocean can browse the numerous enchanting regions along the long Tyrrhenian and Ionian coasts.
Rather the individuals who like to find out about the locale’s past, Calabria, the support of Magna Graecia and place that is known for antiquated settlements, is loaded with awe inspiring houses of worship, religious communities, châteaux, royal residences and towns where age-old customs still survive.
Calabria is a place where there is solid and exceptional feelings; such is no less genuine with regards to cooking. Witness the renowned Calabrian hot pepper (pepperoncino), found in most Calabrian ordinary dishes. From toasted bread with n’duja wiener or sardines – called the “caviar of poor people” – to pork frankfurters, from pasta sauces to fish dishes.
|gesprochene Sprachen||Italian, in tourist centers english and german spoken.|
|Region||South of Italy, at the "toe" of the boot|