Roccella Jonica Vacation Packages
Roccella Jonica isn't the only spot in Calabria worth exploring; travelers should also take a day trip or two to experience the charms of the surrounding scenery, cities and cultural attractions. Brognaturo, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south, and Spadola, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south of Roccella Jonica are worth visiting if you're keen to explore this region further.
Organize some transportation and spend half a day in Reggio di Calabria, a retail and transport hub for the region, situated 45 miles (72 kilometers) from Roccella Jonica. This regional center has a number of points of interest, for example PalaCalafiore, Monumento ai Caduti di Tutte le Guerre and Planetario Pythagoras di Reggio Calabria. Aspromonte National Park, Museo San Paolo and Arena dello Stretto are other good spots to visit.
Go to Calabria's art museums, theaters and nature museums. These are good places to spend time, particularly on inclement days. Religion is an important facet of every place's DNA, so be sure spend a little time in the area's many cathedrals and other religious sites.
Travelers who like to combine learning with leisure will enjoy the area's guided nature walks, city walking tours and winery tours. If the perfect break for you is focussed on being outside and rugging up against the cold weather, this region will be a great fit. Skiing is a popular activity. Cross-country skiing is also enjoyed in the area.
Everything has to end, but be rest assured, when you're ready to leave Roccella Jonica, you'll have many special memories to enjoy.
Accommodation in Roccella Jonica
At this point in time, Roccella Jonica doesn't have a wide range of accommodation options featuring on our Roccella Jonica hotels guide, so make sure that you reserve a room to avoid disappointment.