Hotels in Calabria
Hotels In Calabria
A Guide To Hotels In Calabria
As the toes of Italy's boot, Calabria enjoys some of the country's most stunning scenery, with turquoise blue waters, beautiful beaches and traditional towns and villages. It's actually more popular as a domestic holiday destination for Italians and it's not often visited by Brits, but we're missing out.
From the pretty coast of Pizzo to the forests of Valle del Fiume Argentino, it's a beautiful region to explore, and there's accommodation to suit everyone too. Hotels in Calabria really vary depending on the type of guest but as Italian's treat Calabria as a holiday destination, there are some great hotels and resorts to choose, from the Altafiumara Resort & Spa in Villa San Giovanni to the rustic villas dotted about the countryside.
Hotels In Tropea
Google Calabria and you'll instantly find incredible photos of Tropea, a small town on Calabria's northern coast, with the iconic cliffside Chiesa dell'isola church. For those visiting, hotels in Tropea vary from family run guesthouses, often the more cheaper option, to four and five star holiday resorts like the LABRANDA Rocca Nettuno Hotel and the cosy Hotel Rocca della Sena. Make sure you take a look at villas and apartments too to see what else is on offer.
Hotels In Reggio Calabria
At the very tip of the toes, Reggio Calabria is popular with Italian's for their summer holidays, sat on Calabria's coastline between Sicily and Aspromonte National Park. Hotels in Reggio Calabria also vary from B&Bs to high end hotels, and are spread across Reggio. For somewhere in the centre of town, try the Hotel Medinblu on Via Demetrio Tripepi.
Hotels In Pizzo
Pizzo isn't as well known for it's hotels but there are a couple of great ones here. Try the TUI Magic Life Calabria for a familiar stay. A self contained resort with plenty of kids facilities, the TUI Magic Life is close to the beach and is the perfect escape if you fancy somewhere a little different.
Hotels In Crotone
On Calabria's east coast, Crotone is a great place to explore if you love a bit of history with a National Archaeological Museum in the town and the Capo Colonna Archaeological Museum. If museums aren't your thing, then the beaches and the nearby Acquapark Atlantis water park probably is. A fun day out from Crotone, the water park combines a bit of fun with a small Italian city break.