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Discover Crotone

Guide to vacation Crotone
Discover Crotone - Guide to vacation Crotone

, looking out over the Ionian Sea, has always been a maritime city and the provincial capital since 1994.
In Crotone’s old town centre, pay a visit to Piazza Castello with its beautiful buildings, among those of greatest importance are Palazzo Morelli and Palazzo Barracco.
Walking through the narrow streets you come to Piazza Pythagoras where the Cathedral is located. Visitors who enjoy exploring characteristic corners should visit the neighbourhood known as the "Pescheria".

Crotone and its province include the area that extends from the blue of the Ionian Sea to the green hills of Sila.
The areas of great interest to visitors are many, such as the Isle of Caporizzuto, Cirò Marina, Trepidò and Cutro.
The Isle of Caporizzuto has a wonderful castle rising from the sea. The castle stands on a peninsula with its wonderful 16th century architecture, built to combat the many invasions. In the town centre are the remains of the fortified 16th century complex, Castello Feudale. It was built in the Middle Ages and expanded in 1549 by the Neapolitan feudal lord Giovanni Antonio Ricca.
In Cirò, visit the Saracens’ Markets, the old town centre and the Castle.
Cirò is famous for its wine, an excellent DOC certified wine distributed throughout Italy.
Trepidò is situated near Lake Ampollino, an artificial basin immersed in the uncontaminated nature of this area.
If you visit Cutro, sample its excellent bread, which led to its nickname, the “Calabria Granary”.

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