When a mountain massif plunges precipitously into the Mediterranean, a blessed land with very different microclimates is born, guaranteeing very different outdoor activities within a few kilometres of each other: from alpine skiing to the beach, kitesurfing to trekking, snowboarding to windsurfing, and cultural excursions to devotional journeys.
Magical, romantic, and overlooking a unique location across the Mediterranean, the waterfront in Reggio Calabria is the natural extension of the city’s historical centre and is an essential stop for the people of Reggio and all of those who love the sea’s charm. Defined as the most beautiful kilomet [...]
Punta Pellaro: between wind and sea
The unique combination of winds, geographical position, and sea conditions has made Punta Pellaro one of the most popular stops for Kitesurfers for over thirty years. It features 300 days of optimal conditions for wind sports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Gambarie Bike Park
Inaugurated in July 2019, the Gambarie Bike Park represents a unique opportunity to experience the Aspromonte park from a different perspective, while riding a mountain bike. In fact, among the woods and beach wood, there are winding paths for everyone and every level of expertise, from which it is [...]
Ski while overlooking the sea
Gambarie is a mountain resort located in the heart of the Aspromonte National Park, 35 km from Reggio Calabria. This small mountain town is located at 1,350 metres above sea level and is surrounded by peaks of over 2000 metres. In the winter months, the mountain peaks are covered with snow; the ski [...]
The Garibaldi footpath
On August 29th, 1862, in Aspromonte, Garibaldi’s redshirts clashed with the royal army sent to stop Garibaldi’s attempt to march from Calabria to Rome to drive out Pope Pius IX. During the battle, Garibaldi’s left leg and right foot were shot. Injured, he was placed under a tree while the Bersaglier [...]
Two steps in the Villa
The Villa comunale of Reggio Calabria is one of the green spaces that you can encounter in the city. It is rich not only in plants, but also in monuments. It extends for about one hectare in the historic centre between the Duomo and Corso Garibaldi, where its main entrance can be found.