At the foot of Mount Consolino we meet the historic village of Stilo, a village with ancient origins dating back to the 10th century and intertwined with the presence of the Byzantines in the area. The village is dominated by the ruins of what was once an imposing Norman castle that today still seems to recount, with its presence, ancient events and timeless stories. The heart of the village is enchanting, with its noble palaces and churches, including the Duomo, built in 1300. But the most interesting building is certainly La Cattolica, a 10th-century temple and evidence of Byzantine domination: it is one of the most important monuments in Calabria, of great value above all because it is perfectly intact. Finally, not to be missed, in November, is the traditional Palio di Ribusa.