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Fiumefreddo Bruzio


Within the ancient defensive walls, largely preserved with their fortified gates and watchtowers, lies the village of Fiumefreddo Bruzio, one of the oldest towns on the Calabrian Tyrrhenian coast. Its origins are mysterious and date back to the Middle Ages, around the year one thousand. This ancient history has seen the town become a centre that preserves important elements of great artistic and cultural value, such as the 16th-century names of the main buildings, the nearby Abbey of Santa Maria di Fontelaurato, but above all the remains of the 17th-century castle of the Alarcon Mendoza family, with its precious frescoes by Salvatore Fiume. And finally, on the way up to the top of the village, it is a must to stop and admire the panorama, which embraces the sea, all the way to the horizon.

Fiumefreddo Bruzio

87030 Fiumefreddo Bruzio CS, Italia

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