Beautiful Gardens in Southern Italy

Just imagine the perfect Spring day. The sky is the most vibrant blue you’ve ever seen and there isn’t a single cloud in the sky. The sun is shining, and you can feel it’s warmth on your skin. You welcome that light fresh breeze that makes the temperature just the right blend of warm and...
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Procida: Why You Should Visit

The region of Campania, located in Southern Italy, is exploding with culture, history, and delicious cuisine. That’s why it is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. It offers a wide variety of captivating cities and stunning views. Not far off the coast of Naples is a series of islands known as...
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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Southern Italy

UNESCO World Heritage Sites are scattered throughout the world. If you do any search on Italy, you’ll most certainly come across a plethora of these important and protected sites in Italy. As a matter of fact, Italy is home to 55 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, making it the country with the highest number of Heritage...
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Calabrian Pignolata: Christmas Recipe

In most parts of Calabria, they are called Pignolata or Scalilli, but you can also find them in other parts of Southern Italy under a different name, for example, they are known as Struffoli in Naples and Cicerchiata in Abruzzo. This Christmas dessert goes way back, we’re talking back to the period of Magna Graecia....
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Beautiful Waterfalls in Southern Italy

This year more than ever, people are choosing to spend their time outdoors and exploring all the incredible natural beauty that nature has to offer us. Southern Italy is blessed with some of the most beautiful mountain trails and impressive views overlooking lush valleys and never-ending coastlines. A walk in the woods will not only...
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Roseto Capo Spulico: Medieval Village on the Ionian Coast

Roseto Capo Spulico is an incredibly charming medieval village on the Ionian Coast in the province of Cosenza. The village was actually founded during the Magna Graecia and was one of the 25 colonies that were situated around ancient Sibari. It gets its name, Roseto, meaning rose garden, from the flourishing production of roses during...
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Magical Beaches Near Tropea

Tropea is the summer destination for many Italians, Europeans, and other International travelers. It’s so easy to see why so many people are drawn to this Calabrian seaside town. This charming town sits perched on dramatic cliffs looking down on a simple and picturesque church surrounded by the most incredible sparkling blue-green sea. The water...
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San Giovanni in Fiore

What to See in San Giovanni in Fiore

San Giovanni in Fiore is in the heart of the Sila National Park. What makes this mountain village so interesting is that it is one of the largest and oldest towns in the Sila Mountains. The town, dating back to the 12th century, when Gioacchino da Fiore founded the Monastery and Abbey of San Giovanni...
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Blue Flag Beaches in Calabria

The 2020 Blue Flag Beaches have been released. This internationally recognized awardinternationally recognized award goes out to the coastal areas, marinas, and beaches that have shown a high standard of water quality, safety, and environmental protection and management. This year Calabria has earned three more Blue Flags, giving the region a total of 14 Blue...
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What To Do in Catanzaro

Catanzaro is the capital city of the province of Catanzaro. It is often called the “windy city” because there always seems to be a breeze (most welcoming in the hot summer months). The province of Catanzaro has the privilege of overlooking the two seas or “due mari”: Ionian on the east coast and Tyrrhenian on...
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