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Events

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  • Badia Market, Bivongi
    16 August
    17 August
    Recurrences

    Badia Market, Bivongi

    Annual

    Exploring the charming streets of the village of Bivongi during the Badia Market is an experience that envelops travelers in a fascinating intertwining of history and modernity. The ancient shops and noble residences open the doors to a world rich in traditions, with an ancient oil mill, a historic pharmacy and picturesque oil shops that reveal the authentic roots of this place. The event is organized by the municipal administration of Bivongi in collaboration with the Proloco, the Council of Associations, and takes place every year on 16 and 17 August.

    Bivongi (RC)

  • Middle Ages in Borgo Roccatederighi (GR)
    02 August
    04 August
    Recurrences

    Middle Ages in Borgo Roccatederighi (GR)

    Annual

    Roccatederighi (Grosseto) hosts a three-day Medieval Festival during which the narrow streets and squares of the historic center of the town are catapulted into the past, between history, culture and popular traditions. The guides on this trip will be dozens of figures in period costumes: jesters, jugglers, street artists and tavern keepers. You will be able to admire ancient crafts, ancient games and artists of the time. It will be possible to taste medieval recipes and ancient drinks.

    Roccatederighi (GR)

  • Inflorescence of Taurianova
    16 November
    18 November

    Inflorescence of Taurianova

    Annual

    The Infiorata di Taurianova was born in 2016 thanks to the twinning between the Pro Loco Taurianova nel Cuore and the Pro Loco of Noto. The theme of the fifth edition will be the "Wonders of the World" and will take place over several days.

    Taurianova (RC)

  • Guided tour of the Aspromonte National Park
    22 November
    06 December

    Guided tour of the Aspromonte National Park

    Annual

    Il Parco Nazionale dell’Aspromonte è un’area protetta di circa 64.000 ettari ricadente nel territorio della Città Metropolitana di Reggio Calabria. Il Massiccio dell’Aspromonte, denominato anche Alpi Meridionali o Alpi Calabresi, è un vero concentrato di natura incontaminata e borghi antichi. La sua posizione unica, regala le emozioni dei panorami sconfinati verso il il Mar Ionio, il Mar Tirreno, lo Stretto di Messina e la Sicilia..

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  • Tropea Red Onion Festival
    16 December
    21 December

    Tropea Red Onion Festival

    Annual

    The Red Onion Festival that celebrates Calabria and its cuisine

    Tropea (VV)

Italea Calabria and The Calabreser: An Illustrated Journey into the Roots of Calabria

We are thrilled to announce a special collaboration that unites two projects driven by the same passion for Calabria and its priceless riches: Italea Calabria and The Calabreser. Italea Calabria, the project that revolutionized roots tourism, joins the creative forces of The Calabreser, the artistic platform that celebrates Calabria through the covers of an imaginary […]

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Easter in Calabria: a journey through ancient rites and deep roots

Calabria during spring offers an enchanting spectacle for the senses, with nature awakening in all its beauty. The season not only offers breathtaking landscapes, but also traditional festivals, especially the Easter celebrations that are still lived with great intensity. The rites of Holy Week in  Calabria, which mix the sacred and the profane, will make […]

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St. Francis of Paola: a legacy of faith and hope that crosses borders

In the heart of Calabria, the figure of St. Francis of Paola continues to radiate a glow of faith and hope, leaving an indelible imprint not only on the spiritual life of the locals, but also on the destiny of thousands of emigrants who, over the centuries, have abandoned their roots in search of opportunities […]

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