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Fortini di Pentimele, Reggio Calabria
(1.8/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Fortini di Pentimele is located in Reggio Calabria. To visit Fortini di Pentimele on your holiday in Reggio Calabria, and find out what else Reggio Calabria has to offer, use our Reggio Calabria vacation route planner.
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  • I was lucky enough to be able to visit the forts thanks to a friend of mine. I have to say that the place is very impressive and the fantastic view over the Strait. Ideal location for cultural events.
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  • I attend regularly Reggio Calabria for over thirty years and I've never had to visit the forts of Pentimele nor I had heard. This morning looking for a new place to walk with goofy, il mio inseparabile dog, I followed the directions from Bows pointed to the forts of Pentimele. Route the first km, as the road (quiet except at one point due to a landslide) saliva surrounded by greenery landscape offers is almost indescribable, the nicer the Strait: from Scilla in Saline joniche. The city is under your feet and individuals easily all main arteries. I believe that any other city have an overlook of this kind would have exploited touristically and would have made this an attractive not less pleasant the beautiful waterfront Fadoul. Unfortunately it is not so, clutter, grime and neglect reign supreme as in many other parts of the city and the province. To be honest I must say that there is a work in progress to retrieve one of the Umbertine forts, intrigued, I read that there is a redevelopment of the area. I hope that the work will continue and I hope as well to not have to regret the current state of neglect that at least does not prevent you from enjoying one of the most beautiful views not only of Calabria, but Italy's entire
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  • Very neglected and it's a shame though it has phenomenal views of the city. It would be appreciated
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