CondE Nast Traveller 

In the very tiptoe of Italy, Calabria is largely forgotten about by the sun-seeking crowds who skim over it on the map between Puglia and Sicily, but this raw and gritty region is a pompadoured throwback to another era, with beautiful beaches to bask on and an attitude all of its own. 

This often overlooked Italian region of endless beaches and fiery flavours whizzes along at its own Vespa speed...

 

The New york times 

The New York Times selected Calabria as a top place to go in 2017 and it was the only Italian region that made the list!

Calabria is making a name for itself in food and wine circles. As quoted by Danielle Pergament travel writer for the the New York Times "Some of the best meals in Italy aren’t found in Rome or Tuscany, but from the southern region of Calabria...

 
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We are travel girls 

Head to the Southern most point of Italy and you'll discover Calabria. An enchanting and mysterious region with over 800 kilometres of the most pristine beaches in Europe. If you enjoy to travel off the beaten path and become immersed in local culture, Calabria should be your next destination...

 

The Times Travel Section

The restaurant, remarkably, is even better. If it was anywhere else, and not in remote and unknown Calabria, it would surely have about 17 Michelin stars. I will let one dish speak for all: a helix of tagliolini made from fat Ionian prawns and Sila mountain truffles...