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Calabria's most populous city and historic center of Greek culture, Reggio Calabria is a bustling port and busy city.
On the Mediterranean coast of Calabria, Diamante sparkles like the gem it's named for.
Overlooking the Mediterranean from its hilltop, Guardia Piemontese is aptly named as a "guard".
In Calabria's province of Catanzaro, the medieval hill town of Badolato sits above the Ionian Sea, on the Riviera degli Angeli, or Angel's Riviera.
Located along Calabria's coast, Belvedere Marittimo does have a beautiful view, as its name implies.
On the Calabrian coast known as the Riviera of the Cedars, Bonifati is both a seaside resort and a medieval hill town.
The rocky promontory takes in seven kilometers of gorgeous coastline, with the water tinged every shade of blue imaginable.
Gerace is situated where the rolling hills give way to rugged terrain at the base of the Calabrian mountains, with lovely landscapes and time-worn stone towns.
Calabria is Italy's toe, and Locri is located on the bottom of the foot, on the celestial blue Ionian Sea.
A town with a dual identity, San Nicola Arcella has the ancient hill town borgo and the seaside fishing village, now a modern resort town.
The antique hamlet of Santa Caterina dello Ionio sits on a hill at 450 meters above sea level, while its Marina seaside village sprawls on the shore below.
The Calabrian coastal town of Scalea has a split personality.
Calabria's beautiful Byzantine town also bears markers of the Middle Ages and Baroque periods, making it one of the region's most fascinating places.
With an old town on the hill and beach resort on the sea, the best of all worlds come together in Tortora.
Facing the Gulf of Policastro, Tortora Marina was transformed from an agricultural plain to a seaside town and resort.
Perhaps Calabria's prettiest town, Tropea sits along the sea with its old town on the bluff suspended over the turquoise water and white sand beaches.
Badolato Marina rests near the seafront, the modern town not infringing itself on the largely undeveloped beach.
On a high plain between the Gulf of Sant'Eufemia and the Gulf of Gioia Tauro, the territory of Ricadi spreads across the upland down to the sea around Capo Vaticano.
Praia a Mare rests along the Calabrian "Rivieri dei Cedri" or Cedar Coast at the northwest part of the region.
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