Calabria: A Hidden Gem for a Relaxing Seaside Escape

Experience the best of Italy's natural beauty and culinary delights on a holiday in Calabria. From majestic mountains to sandy beaches, timeless villages, and great food, Calabria has it all.


Calabria, located in southern Italy and with almost 800 km of coastline, boasts perched villages, rugged mountains, and golden beaches, making it a unique destination.


Catanzaro, the region's capital, has a modern appearance with Byzantine origins and several landmarks worth visiting, including the Cathedral, the Church of Monte dei Morti, and the Fàzzari Palace. Praia a Mare, Scalea, and Tropea offer scenic coastal views and beaches separated by rocks.

Reggio Calabria, a city with a beautiful waterfront, is home to the renovated National Archaeological Museum, which exhibits artifacts from Magna Graecia sites, including the famous Riace Bronzes. Gerace, Stilo, and Locri Epizephiri are perched villages that offer a glimpse into the region's culture, history, and nature.


Calabria also has several national parks and nature reserves, including the Pollino massif, the Sila, the Aspromonte massif, and the Serre nature reserve.

Discover the Best of Calabria with Our Custom Multi-Centre Holidays: Car-Free or Self-Drive

Looking for a multi-centre holiday in Calabria? Our bespoke itineraries offer two options: car-free or self-drive. If you prefer a car-free vacation, we've got you covered with transfers and excursions to explore the mountains, beaches, and timeless villages.


Alternatively, if you'd like the freedom of a self-drive holiday, we can arrange car rentals and suggest routes for you to discover Calabria at your own pace. Whichever option you choose, you'll enjoy the region's great food, stunning landscapes, and warm hospitality.


Contact us to plan your tailor-made Calabrian adventure today.

Discovering the Enchanting Coast of the Gods in Calabria: A Beach Lover's Paradise

The Coast of the Gods, or La Costa degli Dei in Italian, is a breathtaking stretch of coastline in Calabria, Southern Italy, spanning over 55 kilometers. Comprising of a stunning mix of sandy beaches, rugged rocks and picturesque coves, the coast is aptly nicknamed “Costa Bella” or the beautiful coast, and is considered to be one of the most enchanting areas of Calabria. From Nicotera to Pizzo Calabro, the Coast of the Gods offers an impressive view of the Aeolian Islands.


Along the coast, there are numerous historical towns and villages nestled on the cliffs overlooking the sea, such as Pizzo Calabro, Vibo Valentia, Briatico, Zambrone, Parghelia, Tropea, Ricadi, Joppolo and Nicotera. Some of the most stunning beaches can only be reached by foot or boat, adding to the untamed beauty of the Coast of the Gods.


With its crystal-clear waters, panoramic views, and rich history, the Coast of the Gods is a must-visit destination for any traveler exploring Southern Italy.

Discover the Enchanting Timeless Villages of Pollino and Sila National Parks in Calabria

Nestled in the heart of Calabria lie two hidden gems waiting to be discovered - the Pollino and Sila National Parks. These two protected areas are home to stunning mountain landscapes, charming timeless villages, and unique flora and fauna.


Explore the remote corners of the Pollino National Park and discover the ancient villages of San Severino, Morano Calabro, and Castrovillari. In Sila National Park, lose yourself in the picturesque towns of Camigliatello Silano, Lorica, and San Giovanni in Fiore.


Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and rich history of these two breathtaking national parks.