Being a province in the Calabria Region, Reggio-Calabria has a variety of different environments and therefore provides the visitor with an abundance of things to do. Because of the fertile land covered in beech, chestnut, fir and oak trees, Reggio-Calabria accommodation and its environs provide a great opportunity to spot the abundance of wildlife living here. In the National Park of Aspromonte you'll be able to see animals like deer, hawks and wild boars and the area is also a great area to do some birdwatching to catch glimpses of the black woodpecker, the eagle and honey buzzard, amongst others. If you're after a relaxing break in holiday apartments Reggio-Calabria, the resorts of Zomaro and Galatro are a great place to head to. The resorts have modern thermal spa establishments because of the mineral and sulphurous waters that make up the landscape around it.
For a more active holiday, it's possible to go horse riding or trekking further inland. At the coast, the resort of Costa Viola attracts snorkellers and divers for the seabed nearby which offers underwater caves and sponge colonies to explore. For a winter holiday in Reggio-Calabria accommodation, Gambarie in the Aspromonte area is a great place to go for a skiing holiday as it offers 6.2 miles of ski slopes and lifts and is a favourite place to come for people in Sicily and Calabria. Because holiday apartments Reggio-Calabria are so close to places like Calabria and Sicily, it makes them a great base from which to travel. The Calabrian province of Catanzaro borders the province, as well as Valentia and surrounding Reggio-Calabria are different seas to enjoy like the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ionian Sea.