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Surprising!

The narrow roads, the small cities, the nature and the surprising snow on the top... everything... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2016
Astrid D
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Incredibly Beautiful

We drove to Gambarie and then took a hike from the Menta Dam to the Amendola Falls. The hike was... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2016
Clio47
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1 May 2016
“Surprising! ”
16 Apr 2016
“Incredibly Beautiful”
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Reviewed 2 May 2016 via mobile

The narrow roads, the small cities, the nature and the surprising snow on the top... everything was amazing! We went up by car and only the last 600 m to the top we had to walk. The 4x4 car is good on the last few...More

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Reviewed 16 April 2016

We drove to Gambarie and then took a hike from the Menta Dam to the Amendola Falls. The hike was easy, the path clearly marked and deserted. We passed no one that day, although on the weekend it's probably a very popular destination. It follows...More

1  Thank Clio47
Reviewed 1 September 2015

The most varied and interesting of all the Italian National Parks, I think. Anyway, it deserves to be better known. It's got everything: friendly people (especially in Delianuova); villages where a sort of Byzantine Greek is still sometimes spoken; outstanding food (especially the lamb); brilliant...More

3  Thank ELear
Reviewed 2 May 2014

A must-see national park in Calabria! Large parts of it are seemingly unexplored, which makes it even more fascinating. Here is a great tip for a great hiking trail: A friend of mine and me drove to Natile Vecchio, a small village off the main...More

5  Thank Rene1112013
Reviewed 21 April 2012

The views are astounding, I never realized that Southern Italy was so rugged.

2  Thank solo022
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FishBerkeley_CA
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Grazie per l'informazione. Se si arriva in macchina, vuol dire che le strade sono chiare, aperte? Strada statale 183 e aperto di solito in febbraio? Grazie!
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