Alcune spiagge della Calabria

There are many wonderful beaches in Calabria that tourists cannot miss.
One among the most important sites in Calabria is the seashore located at the foot of Capo Vaticano, in the Province of Vibo Valentia.
Capo Vaticano has outstanding white shores, its sea is extraordinarily clean and this is undoubtedly one among the most impressive sea destinations in all of Italy; Capo Vaticano stretches forward along the Tyrrhenian Sea and across from the Aeolian Islands and Stromboli.  
Tourists can enjoy an outstanding scenario while relaxing in the aforementioned Capo Vaticano, where a massive granitic cliff “falls” into the sea, just one of the many expressions of this bountiful Mediterranean nature. Capo Vaticano 
It is a setting that tourists will never forget!
The town of Sibari has been very well-known since the Magna Graecia period; it is located on a strategic position and was built according to the principles of beauty and proportion. The town lies within the Province of Cosenza, boasting beautiful landscapes and important archaeological finds that have been  recently unearthed and are the evidence of a glorious and proliferous past. 

The Sibari shore is very well known for its natural beauty and favorable positions. Hundreds of tourists visit it every summer to enjoy its amazing blue waters.
Sibari is the ideal holiday resort for those tourists that want to relax and enjoy the uncontaminated natural environment of the Ionian.
Isola di Capo Rizzuto lies in the Province of Crotone and is famous for its amazing littoral along the Ionian coast, with a series of cliffs interrupted by long orange sandy shores.
The area of Isola di Capo Rizzuto and the southern coast Crotone are part of Capo Rizzuto National Maritime Reserve; this expanse of sea is particularly valuable for its diverse natural environments, as well as for the recently unearthed archaeological finds dating back to the Magna Graecia period.

It goes without saying that many other beaches and shores run along the fantastic Calabrian coastline, both on the Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas, all decorated the breathtaking colors, landscapes and emotions of the Mediterranean.