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Visitor Centers

The Park Authority has created a series of Visitor Centres and Gateways to welcome visitors, provide information on the Park and its features, and suggest education activities.
They are tourist structures with didactic and promotional purposes, whose main aim is the promotion of the knowledge of the territory and its enhancement.

The Visitor Centres represent an important instrument for the diffusion of the environmental and cultural features of the protected area, giving visitors the opportunity to discover the flora, the wildlife, and the extraordinary natural landscape of Aspromonte. Each of the seven structures is characterized by a specific thematic area, in order to promote and connect the main attractions of the whole Park. The theme chosen for each Visitor Centre regards the environmental and naturalistic features of the territory, its history, its cultural and religious traditions.

For further information contact: Promotion Office - Mr. Giorgio Cotroneo, Ph. +39 0965 743060 int.213 - E-mail: giorgio.cotroneo@parconazionaleaspromonte.it - info.promo@parconazionaleaspromonte.it

Biodiversity Observatory
Location: S.Stefano in Aspromonte (RC)
Bova Visitor Centre
Bova Visitor Centre
Thematic area: minority languages
Location: Bova (RC)
Specialties: History
Open
This month the center is open (check timetables)
Gerace Visitor Centre
Gerace Visitor Centre
Thematic area: Historic-cultura and archaeological features of the Magna Graecia
Location: Gerace (RC)
Specialties: History
Mammola Visitor Centre
Mammola Visitor Centre
Thematic Area: Industrial Archaeology of the Park connected with the water use
Location: Mammola (RC)
Specialties: History
Porta di Accesso di Bagaladi
Porta di Accesso di Bagaladi
Thematic area: olive oil story
Location: Bagaladi (RC)
Specialties: Traditions
Location: San Giorgio Morgeto (RC)
Villaggio De Leo Visitor Centre
Location: Sant'Eufemia d'Aspromonte (RC)
Zomaro Visitor Centre
Location: Cittanova
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