Be ready for a fun-filled Summer adventure in Southern Italy's hidden gem: Calabria. This SU is about getting active and doing some good for your body and mind and European Spirit! Enjoy chats with new friends on the beach, try something new and exciting like kitesurfing or dance under the stars to your favourite summer music. During the SU you will visit different places in Calabria and enjoy activities with people from all over Europe!
Focus on your better you! Get active culturally and physically!
GizzeriaArrive in Gizzeria's hotspot for beach lovers and fun night-life entertainment.
Typical day.....After breakfast get your bathing suit, beach towel, and sun lotion and head down to the beach and enjoy a great swim in the Mediterranean and then it's getting active time! Play some beach volleyball or beach soccer!
Enjoy a cool drink by the bar made by flair bartending champions.
If you're passionate about extreme sports, you can try kite-surfing with expert instructors at Cool Bay Kite Academy.
San LucidoSan Lucido is a typical village in Calabria by the sea. It has amazing architecture and history. It is popular for its traditional events like their annual summer carnival and beach clubs.
VerbicaroVerbicaro is a small village close to the sea. It is famous for its wine and famous annual box-car racing in August. The atmosphere is amazing in this town which also boasts of an interesting historical centre.
TropeaCalabria's "terrace by the sea". Due to its geographical position on steep risings of two prominent eroded limestone, it overlooks the coastline giving a breathtaking view of the emerald coloured waters, white sandy beaches. Have a prosecco in Piazza Cannone with friends at sunset....go for a swim or go shopping in Tropea's popular little boutiques or try its
traditional foods made with its local red onion!
CosenzaBetween the sea and the mountains, Cosenza is a city that boasts of an amazing historical centre with a castle and buildings that date back to the 12th century, as well as great shopping, food, and nightlife!
Visit its 12th century Duomo or admire the view of the city from its castle, "Castello Svevo" or enjoy an espresso from its most antique cafe'that dates back to 1801.
And if you're art lover, take a stroll along Corso Mazzini, and admire works of art by Salvatore Dali or Giorgio De Chirico at its open air museum.