Calabria is at the toe of the boot, the extreme south of Italy — lapped by the splendid crystal blue Ionian and
Tyrrhenian Seas and separated from Sicily by the Strait of Messina. The warm climate, the beautiful colors of the sea,
rocky coasts that alternate with sandy beaches, a nature that is wild and mysterious, the strong and genuine flavors
of local food and the vestiges of its ancient origins make Calabria a unique place that vacationers can enjoy in both
winter and summer.
Any wish can be fulfilled. Those who love nature, its scents and mysteries, can explore the Calabrian hinterland,
discovering pure and unpolluted sceneries, where huge green belts alternate with blue lakes and waterfalls. On the
other hand, those who prefer basking in the warm rays of the sun and dive into a crystal-clear sea can choose from
the many charming localities along the long Tyrrhenian and Ionian coasts. And for those who prefer to learn about
the region's past, Calabria, the cradle of Magna Graecia and land of ancient settlements, is full of splendid churches,
monasteries, castles, palaces and towns where age-old traditions still survive.
The provinces of Calabria are: Catanzaro (regional capital), Reggio Calabria, Cosenza, Crotone and Vibo Valentia.