A Taste of Calabria | Food and Wine Tour

A Taste of Calabria | Food and Wine Tour


From $ 1,199 CAD – Price per person in double occupancy

Price valid from January 1 to December 1, 2020

The package includes:

  • Auto Cat B with taxes and insurance included
  • 4 nights of 4 * accommodation + breakfasts
  • 5 typical meals + 5 wine tasting
  • 1 typical dinner
  • Entrance fees to museums
  • Tourist taxes and services

The package does not include:

  • Anything not mentioned in “The package includes”
  • * A tourist tourist tax payable on site has entered into force for certain cities in Europe. See general conditions.


Arrival at the hotel in Reggio. Walk and visit to the ‘Falcomatà’ seafront, also known as the most beautiful Italian kilometer ’, where monuments and statues are displayed. Continue to the unmissable Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria, where the famous Bronzes by Riace are kept.


Breakfast then direction the Archaeological Park Kaulon de Monasterace for a visit of the historic buildings followed by a visit to the cellar in Riace, the place where the famous bronzes of Reggio Calabria were found. Continuation with a tasting of typical wines and local dishes. Then head to the Greek village of Bianco for a second visit to the cellars, accompanied by typical tastings.


Breakfast at the hotel and departure in the morning to visit Bova, an ancient Greek village in the region, also known as the Capital of Greek Calabria. Visit to a splendid winery with terraced vineyards and sea view, located in Palizzi. You will enjoy a typical Greek lunch with different varieties of wines. Followed by a visit to Pentidattilo, a small “ghost” village embedded in a rock. Return to Reggio Calabria, with a tasting in a cellar.


Breakfast then direction Scillia, for a visit to an ancient village, which rises on a rocky outcrop overlooking the sea. Tasting of wine and typical food. Next, visit to Bagnara Calabra, with excursion on a typical old fishing boat called “Spadara” used to catch swordfish. Scilla is also the home of one of the most famous Italian nougats, “Torrone di Bagnara”, a tasting is planned.


Breakfast. End of our services.

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