ITINERARIES

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ARCHAEOLOGICAL ITINERARY

Borgo Piazza overhangs the archaeological area of the Scolacium Park of Borgia, where you can visit both the Greek site and the Byzantine Cathedral located at the entrance of the Park and its museum. The area is a summer theater for the most interesting music, culture and theater events, staged right inside the park for three whole months, until September [Armonie d’arte]

From our location two historical-cultural itineraries branch out in two directions: the Archaeological Park of Crotone and Capocolonna Capocolonna  (going North) and the Archaeological Park of Locri – Gerace – Reggio Calabria and all the archaeological sites of Caulonia, Monasterace and Stilo (going South).

ART AND TRADITIONS ITINERARY

In our immediate proximity we recommend a visit to the villages which admirably preserve our traditional heritage. First of all, at 15 minutes from Borgo Piazza, San Floro, where silkworms are processed.

In 30 minutes, near Catanzaro, you can reach the beautiful village of Tiriolo, famous for its silk products, cotton and fine wool (traditional “Vancali” by Tiriolo’s women – Video) and where the Museum of Regional Costume is located (Museo del Costume Regionale).

On the Road to Sila Piccola, you will find the village of Taverna, where the Civic Museum preserves the works of one of its illustrious citizen, Mattia Preti.

 

SEA & NATURE ITINERARY  SOUTH DIRECTION

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The nearby Pinewood of Giovino (in Catanzaro Lido) where you can visit our Kalabrian H2O partners for practicing rowing on the sea.

The white beach of the Pinewood of Roccelletta di Borgia

The cliffs of Caminia,  CopanelloPietragrande and Soverato

SEA & NATURE ITINERARY  NORTH DIRECTION

On Route 106, in direction of Crotone, you can make some stops on the beaches of:

Soveria simeri and Sellia Marina

Isola di Capo Rizzuto, an oasis protected by the WWF for its clean sea and the badlands made of clay and red sand

Le  Castella,, where you can swim under the Saracen Rocca

Crotone  – The Red beaches

Roseto Capo Spulico

Rossano dream beaches and Codice Purpureo

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SEA & NATURE ITINERARY  WEST DIRECTION

The Tyrrhenian coast is also accessible from the Ionian coast through the Serre Calabresi, where you can start with a visit to the Certosa Park of  Serra San Bruno with the adjacent Museum. You can then continue and reach the opposite coast in order to visit the villages and beaches of:

Pizzo Calabro

Vibo Valentia: The Castle and the historic center

Pizzo and Vibo Valentia villages are famous for the production of “hard pieces”, traditional ice creams and truffles. For indications about the best pastry shops, ask us!

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Capo Vaticano

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Nicotera 

Going down to Reggio Calabria you can visit:

Bagnara, a seaside village at the foot of the Aspromonte mountain, famous for the Swordfish Festival Sagra

Scilla, a corner of paradise of the Purple Coast

The Tyrrhenian coast can also be explored in the direction of Salerno, by visiting the inland villages such as:

Fiumefreddo Bruzio, a balcony on the sea, famous for its murals by Salvatore Fiume

Belmonte Calabro

Guardia Piemontese – SPA Centre

Diamante and Cirella

Scalea and Arco Magno a San Nicola Arcella

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NATURE & TREKKING ITINERARY

South direction

In the proximity of our farm you can make excursions to:

Bivongi Falls

Sant’Andrea

Serre Calabresi

The Megaliths of Nardò di Pace

The Byzantine hermitage of Monte Stella

 

West direction

Close to Catanzaro, going up to our old woods of Sila, you can visit Sila Piccola.bivongi

 

 

 

 

HISTORICAL VILLAGES ITINERARY  

North direction

Starting from the Ionian coast you can visit the world-renowned Canyon of Valli Cupe

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South direction

Borgo di Squillace

Staletti

the ancient village  Badolato

the ancient village of  Serra San Bruno –La Certosa

Santa Caterina sullo Jonio

Monasterace,  Bivongi e la Cattolica di Stilo

Prehistoric complex of Nardò di Pace

 The Orthodox Sanctuary of Monte Stella

 

 

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