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Four-star village directly on a wide private and sandy beach on the Ionian sea. It consists of 460 rooms with a maximum of 6 beds, 700 meters far from the coast (connected by a shuttle service). Mini ...
From € 63 / person per night
In Villapiana, surrounded by the green Mediterranean maquis, on an area of about 10 hectares, the village stands in a dominant position the crystalline sea of the eastern Ionian coast.
From € 48 / person per night
The Minerva Club Resort has 4 swimming pools for adults, including 3 with whirlpool, all with solarium area, umbrellas and sun loungers, gazebo and poolbar. Alternatively, guests have access to an ...
From € 57 / person per night
The completely renovated Hotel Costa Sybaris offers, thanks to its strategic position, different types of holidays. It has a private beach at 1,000 meters connected with a shuttle service.
Cassano allo Ionio is a municipality in the province of Cosenza, Calabria. This locality was inhabited since the Neolithic, as many utensils and potteries found in the Karstic grottos of Sant'Angelo testify. When the greek city of Sibari was founded, in 720 B.C., Cassano became one of the 25 cities controlled by it. In 510 B.C. Cassano was destroyed, together with Sibari, by the inhabitants of Crotone headed by the greek athlete Milone. Then, it was rebuilt under the guidance of the architect Ippodomo.
There are many interesting monuments and places worth visiting in Cassano allo Ionio: the cathedral of Cassano or Basilica Minore, dedicated to the nativity of the Virgin; the Terme Sibarite; the Karstic grottos of Sant'Angelo; the sanctuary of Santa Maria della Catena with a renaissance-style portico and a seventeenth-century dome; the ruins of Torre di Milone, dedicated to the greek wrestler; the wooden crucifix, 4 meters high and preserved inside the cathedral; the archeological sites that testify how Cassano allo Ionio was one of the richest and most important cities of "Magna Grecia".
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