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Marina Marlin Bianco, Calabria, Italy

Marina Marlin Bianco is also identified as Porto Marlin Bianco or Port of Marlin Bianco and it is located near the Italian town of Montebello Jonico which is situated in the province of Reggio Calabria and the region of Calabria, in southern Italy. It belongs to the port of Saline Joniche. Travellers who will reach this marina will have access to beautiful beaches, where exceptional panoramas can be admired. There are a few hotels and guesthouses that can accommodate tourists during their stay such as Le Saline Resort. Long walks will reveal several tourist attractions that are historically charged such as the Churh of San Leonardo, the ruins of the baronial castle, the baronial palace, etc. Travellers who are fond of nature will discover a rich biodiversity here thanks to the existence of natural lakes, turning this location into the perfect birdwatching spot. Culture and traditions also play an important role here, especially during local festivals and celebrations.

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Attractions in Calabria

The region of Calabria is also known as Bruttium in the ancient times and it is located in the southern side of Italy. This is the part of the country that is known as the “toe” of the peninsula. The capital of Calabria is at Catanzaro, but the tourists who will choose this destination will be able to visit other mesmerising destinations, such as Reggio Calabria, Tropea, Cosenza, Pizzo, Catanzaro or Rende.

The beautiful waters on the shores of Calabria, the amazing beaches and the rich vegetation some of the main qualities of this territory, given by the existence of the Tyrrhenian and Ionian Seas. According to historical sources, Calabria used to be inhabited by Oenotrians and Itali, but also by Greeks, Romans, Normas and other civilisations that evolved on these lands and grew a rich culture that can be still sensed by the locals and the travellers. Calabria’s land is almost completely formed of hills, which represented the perfect environment f... more info