Centro Turistico Marina Di Sibari

Address: Strada Statale 106, Cosenza, Calabria, 87070, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Strada Statale 106, Cosenza.
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      Spilinga

      A travel blog entry by rosannadotro on Jan 09, 2015

      8 photos

      ... with had just gotten married so i got to go see her house and the bar/pizzaria her husband owns. He made me a pizza that was a meter long!!!!!!! Pic included.. it was delish!! That brings me to food... what did i eat... lasagna..pizza...chicken cutlet.. and n'duja as jan/feb is the pig killing season in calabria since its a bit chilly.. my aunt caterina made typical calabrese ...

      A town built for elves

      A travel blog entry by just_imagine on Dec 23, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      ... fool the authorities. A lord moved his peasant workers here to clear land, but to avoid laws and taxes it was important that the town wasn't classed as an inhabited settlement. So until 1797 when Alberobello as given town status, the people had to live in the trulli that could be quickly dismantled when needed.
      Tax avoidance in Italy is still evident today, I was told during our last visit that people avoid taxes by not completing their houses, that's why you see ...

      A day in the city

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on May 22, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... out swiming, Karen and I were chatted up by some delightful senior Calabrian gentleman, who had relatives in Toronto.

      On the way home, stopped to pick up some local wine. Previously, Paul had investigated the only local winery in a little shack along the road. The vineyard was out the back! There was red, white and rose. It was still in massive vats with a tap at the bottom. If you ...

      Fish degustation to licorice

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on May 16, 2014

      9 photos

      ... been faithfully kept. The museum was originally the family mansion, till the needs of storing and preserving its history demanded more space than the odd room or two. In 2001, the museum itself won "Guiggenheim Prize for Culture and Business", after which the Italian Post Office created a stamp also honouring the Giorgio Amarelli Museum. Following the tour, tasted various types and varieties of licorice, and needless to say, leaving with a bag full of goodies! ...

      WTH! This is not good!

      A travel blog entry by munchkins on Sep 16, 2013

      13 photos

      ... the money on marinas we had little choice as the coast was not the place to drop the anchor for the night, it was very exposed to the southerly wind.

      In Crotone we had to once again report to the Port Police with the boat paperwork, Sue and I took the bikes to the Guardia Costia offices that were only a kilometer distance away. The officer examined the papers and passports in great detail. "You have not been stamped into Italy, you need the ...