The region of Calabria, Italy, has remained relatively wild and endeavoured to preserve the diversity of its superb landscapes (sea, mountain, countryside ...). You will be charmed by the authenticity and contrast offered by the shores bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea and the pretty villages that are perched inland. Although it retains a strong agricultural tradition (olive trees for oil, fruit trees, bergamot, wood and livestock), Calabria, Italy, is a region largely open to tourism.
In this busy and historic place, you will find many museums, historical sites, religious sites and many monuments and statues. For example, you should not miss the famous Riace Bronzes! They are visible from the Reggio Calabria National Museum. It should be noted that this region is well served in terms of transport infrastructure, including sea ports and also an international airport.