Reggio Calabria largest and oldest city in Calabria dating from the 8th century BC, renowned for its panoramic seaside with botanical gardens between the art nouveau buildings and the beautiful beaches,
Cosenza birthplace of scientist and philosopher Bernardino Telesio
Capo Vaticano, on the Tyrrhenian Sea, is a famous resort near Tropea.
Lamezia Terme, the main transportation hub of the region with its international airport and train station.
Catanzaro, an important silk center since the time of the Byzantines, is located at the centre of the narrowest point of Italy, from where the Ionian Sea and Tyrrhenian Sea are both visible.
Soverato on the Ionian Sea, also known as the "Pearl" of the Ionian Sea. Especially renowned for its beaches, boardwalk and nightlife.
Badolato near Soverato is a well-preserved medieval hilltop village with 13 churches.
Tropea is a municipality located within the province of Vibo Valentia, in Calabria (southern Italy). The town is a famous bathing resort in the gulf of St. Euphemia.
Gerace stands on a hill formed of sea fossils from 60 millions years ago. The main attractions of Gerace are the remains of the old Norman Castle (probably begun in the 10th century by the Byzantines) and the perfectly preserved medieval town. Gerace was once home to 128 churches.