An amazing Summer University based on fun, sport and adventures in the wonderfull southern part of Italy where the magic words are sun sea and happyness.
Get immersed in the Mediterranean spirit, having a lot of fun and challenging yourself in fantastic adventures.
Lamezia Terme/PaolaWith his airport represent the main important place that connect the entire region of Calabria with almost all parts of Europe.Lamezia Terme is close to many historical and ancient cities of Calabria.
Paola's coast is one of the most beautiful places in summertime full of beach places and attractions, crystalline sea, magic atmosphere and beach party characterize this amazing place.
ScillaScilla lies in front of the strait of Messina, and it is composed of two parts: the downtown, where the town offices and the residence of the patronal saint are situated, and Marina di Scilla, the beach-front, populated by tourists and thus heavily characterized by hotels and restaurants. Since its beach is the first place north of Reggio Calabria where the waters are not cooled down by the strait draughts. The Ruffo Castle, a fortress built by the Dukes of Calabria overlooks the beach.
TropeaThe town is a famous bathing place, situated on a reef, in the gulf of St. Euphemia connected with the mainland by a narrow strip in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The legend says that it was Hercules who, returning from Spain (Pillars of Hercules) stood on the Coast of Gods and made Tropea one of his ports. Due to its peculiar position as terrace on the sea, Tropea played an important role during Roman, Norman and Aragonese times.
Capo VaticanoIs a touristic place close to Tropea and is full of campings with a lot of tourists, a crystalline sea and a lot of km of beach make this place a "jewel" in the earth!
Reggio CalabriaReggio Calabria is the biggest city of Calabria and is the seat of the Regional Council of Calabria. It is the oldest city in the region, and despite its ancient foundation – Ρηγιον was an important and flourishing colony of Magna Graecia – it boasts a modern urban system. Reggio, with Naples and Taranto, is home to one of the most important archaeological museums, the prestigious National Archaeological Museum of Magna Græcia, dedicated to Ancient Greece. Reggio has commonly used popular nicknames: The "city of Bronzes", for the Riace bronzes which are testimonials of its Greek origins; the "city of bergamot", which is exclusively cultivated in the region; and the "city of Fatamorgana", an optical phenomenon visible in Italy only from the Reggio seaside.