- Crotone (Italian text)
The town of Crotone rises on a promontory of the Ionian coast, between
the rivers Tacina and Neto. Extending in the west of the medieval
village where the acropolis of the ancient Hellenic center lay and
where today the imposing Renaissance castle lies, has a mainly modern
- Capo Colonna (Italian text)
The history of Capo Colonna has been linked to the history of Crotone
since its foundation by the Achaeans who, attracted by the charming
site, settled here between 740 BC and 718 BC.
- Capo Cimiti (Italian text)
In the south of Crotone, in zone A Strict Nature Reserve, after Capo
Colonna, the promontory of Capo Cimiti lies, stretching out into the
Ionian Sea with a series of three points.
- Isola Capo Rizzuto (Italian text)
Capo Rizzuto is a relevant tourist center, at about 20 km from Crotone,
on the Ionian Sea of Calabria. Here traces of human settlements dating
back to over 5,000 years before Christ have been found. Without a
doubt, these settlements have been favored by the geographical
position, climate and a particularly suitable environment.
- Le Castella (Italian text)
The historical sources attest that the origins of the town of Le
Castella date back to the period of the forced stay (204 BC) of the vey
famous commander Hannibal from Carthage.
Province: Crotone Region: Calabria
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