Day 1 Explore the stunning Parco Nazionale del Pollino, Gole del Raganello Canyon and the Orsomarso mountains. If you like water rafting trip down the Lao River. Day 2 Explore La Sila, with its pleasant hills, lakes and forests. In the winter you can ski in the region’s higher peaks,in summer you can hike. Day 3 Cosenza's historical center is worth a little exploration. the lovely 12th-century Cathedral on Piazza Duomo. Day 4 Driving South from Sila, you can't miss the medieval hilltown of Gerace.It has a magnificent 11th-century Romanesque Cathedral and stunning views towards the Ionian Coast. Day 5 Leave the interior and head for the Tyrrenhian Coast. In Reggio di Calabria, take time to visit the amazing Bronzi di Riace, unique 5th century Greek Statues, alone worth a visit to Calabria, its lovely seafront and some first-rate restaurants serving genuine food. Day 6 Make time for charming Scilla, a lively beach town and the mythical home of the Scylla – a six-headed beast that devoured sailors attempting to cross the Strait of Messina. Day 7 Head north Tropea, home to some of the best beaches in Italy,a most beautiful place to while away an afternoon. The nearby town of Pizzo, famous for its tartufo ice cream, is also worth a visit.