Are you familiar with Calabria? If you're looking for a region in Italy that hasn't yet been overrun by tourists from all over the world, take a look at Calabria, home to the beautiful beach town of Tropea. This area is still largely untouched by mass tourism. Quaint villages, stunning vistas of snow-covered mountain peaks within one of the most beautiful national parks, and seemingly endless white sandy beaches alongside a deep blue sea are bound to attract tourists in the near future.
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Why is Calabria such a great vacation destination?
Although it's somewhat challenging to get to with only one international airport that's not even centrally located, it is worth the effort.
New state-of-the-art water purification systems have been installed along the coast, ensuring clean and safe ocean swimming. Furthermore, Calabria produces a third of Italy's total of olive oil. Reggio di Calabria is the most famous town, with Scalea, Tropea, and Crotone being the top beach destinations.
People often ask: should I skip Crotone? In fact, I'd suggest adding Crotone to your itinerary; it's an undiscovered gem with a charm that's not immediately apparent. It's true that Crotone may not be as well known as other destinations, but that's precisely its...
As we enter Tropea, the thought crosses my mind that you better not drop anything out of your window because retrieving it would be quite a task. The Lungomare, the boulevard, gracefully wraps around the rock upon which the old town perches. The houses seem like a straight extension upwards....