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Villa Rentals in Calabria

The region of Calabria, the "toe" of Italy's boot, is an area rich in architectural and archeological significance. From ancient colonies dating back to the 6th century BC and remains from the Roman age to architecture in Byzantine, Gothic, and Renaissance styles, you'll have plenty to see and learn.   Continue >

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      Gerace, near Locri, is a beautiful medieval city, complete with Norman castle and Cathedral. Stilo also has its own Norman castle and a beautiful Byzantine church, the Cattolica. Gioia Tauro is a growing village by the sea with an interesting "old town" and ruins; nearby Palmi is considered the jewel of the Costa Viola for its trendy shopping and lovely sandy beaches. The province of Calabria is also mountainous, crossed lengthwise by a high Apennine ridge. Thick woodland regions give way to landscapes of wild beauty along the coasts of both the Ionian and Tyrrhenian seas. The National Museum here holds the most important collection of archeological relics in Italy, while in Cosenza you can find the Museo Interdiocesano and the Civic Museum. Calabria is also the birthplace of several important philosophers, including Bernardino Telesio, Gioacchino da Fiore, and Tommaso Campanella. If you're looking for an Italian vacation rich in history and natural landscape, out of the way of the usual tourist paths, try our villa rentals in Reggio Calabria..