What you need to know before traveling to Reggio Calabria

The province of Reggio Calabria is located in the southern Italian region of Calabria; it is the tip of the boot of Italy and is bathed on the west by the Tyrrhenian Sea and on the east by the Ionian Sea. The province is quite a popular tourist destination, for both its artistic monuments and its splendid beaches. The capital city of the province, also called Reggio Calabria, and the towns of Scilla and Bova are some of the more popular beach resort towns. There is also the town of Palmi, which attracts tourists thanks to an olive tree growing on a rock out at sea; other Palmi attractions include the historical center and the Ethnographic and Folklore Museum. Tourists flock to the town of Gerace for its medieval historical center, Norman castle and Norman Cathedral; the town of Stilo also has a Norman castle, as well as a Byzantine church. Many of the towns in this province have been declared some of the most beautiful in Italy.


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