Calabria – Italy’s Last Tip

For real estate investors with a weakness for the genuine Dolce Vita, the Calabrian region at the tip of the Italian boot is probably the last tip of Italy.

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Calabria offers the charm of an island, while being easily accessible. In the north, you’ll find the high limestone massif of the Pollino mountains which tower over the southernmost of the Italian provinces, with approximately 800 kilometres of coastline guarantying some of the finest beaches you can find. But Calabria is more than just a part of southern Italy. For millennia, Calabria was a melting pot of Greek, Roman and Byzantine civilizations. It’s where Pythagoras taught his theorem and Herodotus wrote his stories. But for those who don`t just want to study the rich history, but also experience Calabria to its fullest and enjoy it’s wild and unspoilt nature, there are the long sandy beaches with crystal clear waters of the Costa dei Gelsomini (Jasmine coast) or the Costa Viola (Violet Coast).

Calabria boasts 320 sunny days per year which means life takes place outside in gardens or terraces of the typical tavernas. There is also the ‘Agritourismos’, the green tourism, where the Slow Food movement has established itself for years. Even winter sports enthusiasts get their monies worth further inland: In the National Parks of Sila, Serre, Aspromonte and Pollino, snow falls in the winter up to an altitude of 1,200 meters.

See / Lago Cecita 1.143 Meter ü.M. im Sila Gebirge

This is the perfect geographical location in the Mediterranean and its uncharted and untapped potential make Calabria one of the last attractive investment destinations for vacation properties in Italy, where high rental potential meets affordable purchase prices.

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