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Make A Holiday Rental Apartment in Reggio Calabria, Italy, Your Home Away From Home

Located right in the south of Italy, on the coastline of the Calabria Region, is the vibrant and bustling city of Reggio Calabria. A Reggio Calabria holiday is a favourite with many travellers, offering the chance to experience the feeling of a bustling Italian city, and to exhaust themselves by trying out a range of activities and attractions. As well as offering up breathtaking views of the city, a Reggio Calabria holiday rental apartment is modern, stylish and filled with the facilities you need for a truly relaxing trip.

Things to Do on Holiday in Reggio Calabria, Italy

If your perfect trip away from home provides you with plenty of opportunities to visit great attractions and indulge in some popular activities, then a Reggio Calabria holiday will be perfect for you. The city has a variety of water-based activities on offer including freshwater fishing, fly fishing, sailing, snorkelling and swimming. Other activities available in and around the city include golf, tennis, cycling and walking. Reggio Calabria has some wonderful attractions including the interesting National Museum of Greater Greece, which is home to the famous Riace bronze statues. Other attractions not to be missed in the city include the remains of a Roman bath-house, the Cathedral of Reggio Calabria and the Aragonese Castle.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Reggio Calabria, Italy

If you have enough energy and time left to explore other parts of the region, it is worth travelling the 27 miles north to the large town of Palmi. Palmi is most noted as the birthplace of the composer Francesco Cilea and his tomb is contained within the old part of the town. Other fantastic attractions in the town include the Museum of Ethnology and Folklore of Calabria, a well preserved 16th century watchtower and the "rock of the olive", a lone olive tree situated on a rock in the sea off of the coastline of the town.

Weather in Reggio Calabria, Italy

Those considering having a Reggio Calabria holiday will be able to experience a wonderful Mediterranean climate with temperatures relatively warm most of the year round. The month of July, for example, can see visitors basking in temperatures of as much as 30 degrees Celsius. Reggio Calabria receives an average annual precipitation amount of 22 inches.

Travel to Reggio Calabria, Italy

To start enjoying a Reggio Calabria holiday, travellers can depart the UK from various airports including Cardiff (CWL), Heathrow (LHR), Manchester (MAN), Edinburgh (EDI) and Liverpool (LPL). Amongst the airlines offering special deals on flights to Reggio Calabria Airport (REG) are KLM, Alitalia, Air France, British Airways and Air Malta. Reggio Calabria Airport is situated on the outskirts of the city.

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Comfortable apartment by the sea

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It was lovely to be in a quiet complex so close to the sea.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 13, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

Wonderful accommodation in a town with real Italian heart

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We stayed at this accommodation for five weeks from December 2016 to January 2017. The accommodation was fabulous. It is not often that the accommodation is more impressive than the photographs. The apartment has five bedrooms, two are en-suite. The view of Sicily and Mount Etna from the lounge and balcony is breathtaking. The hosts, Graziella, Nino and family are very welcoming, very kind and extremely helpful. They truly are a wonderful family. They also run a local travel agency so they are very qualified for renting out a holiday let. Reggio Calabria is a delight. Please don't expect Florence or Rome when you visit Reggio. In this area the town is more modern. It is run down in places due to the current economy but that is more than made up for by the weather, the trips available to you and the people. This is a destination for experienced travellers. Access to Sicily is excellent but if you are staying here you would be better served focusing on the local towns such as Scilla, Bova, Pentedatillo, Gerace, Aspromonte National Park and of course Reggio Calabria. Reggio has great restaurants and bars as well as a fabulous street, "Garibaldi" for shopping. If you stay here you will need to drive almost everywhere. In the summer you may be able to pop down to the beach on foot but it is more advisable to drive as the highway is at the bottom of a small hill just away from the property. It isn't really a location where you can take a walk to a restaurant, car is advisable but dont let that put you off. This is a great property and a great location. If you are very fortunate you may get to try Nino'w bread. It isn't something he makes every day. When he does it is in large batches and it is the tastiest bread we have ever eaten.
  • Review Submitted: Jan 22, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Dec 2016