Things to see and do - Crotone
Crotone Travel guide
Crotone : Michelin's recommendations
This Calabrian town was home to Milo of Crotone, a renowned athlete who was much admired by Virgil. In the 6C BC, Pythagorus founded several communities of mathematicians here, which gradually became too powerful for the local rulers and were expelled to Metaponto. Annexed by Rome after the Second Punic War, Crotone is now a busy industrial port and a popular seaside resort.
Tourist attractions Crotone : Things to see and do
Via Risorgimento 120 I - 88900 Crotone
This museum is dedicated to the archaeology of the colonies of Greater Greece and exhibits ceramics, terracotta ware, coins, sculptures and relics of the H,ra Lacinia temple of Cape Colonna.
Via Hera Lacinia I - 88900 Crotone
Once it had 48 columns, now it only has one. It is therefore difficult to imagine the former splendour of the temple of Junon (Hera Lacinia), one of Greater Greece's most famous temples which fell prey to pirates, Aragonan invasion and an earthquake ..
loc. Praialonga I - 88900 Crotone
Hotel : Midway along the splendid Ionian coast, just a few kilometres from Le Castella and Crotone, in an area of extreme beauty on the edge of the protected Marine Reserve of Capo Rizzuto in a place where both art and warm welcomes come together is ..
Via Cristoforo Colombo 79 I - 88900 Crotone
Looking out to sea over the beautiful coastline of Crotone, this luxurious 4-star hotel is located in the heart of this ancient city, a 5-minute drive from its private beach and pool. Wi-Fi is free. This historic building houses comfortable luxuriou..
Viale Magna Grecia - Trav. Via Makalla, 2 I - 88900 Crotone
Prix Prices from : 50 €
Helios Hotel in Crotone is located just is 40 metres from the sea and has an outdoor pool and tennis courts. Rooms overlook the sea and offer free Wi-Fi. Crotone city centre is 3 km away. Bus number 13 stops outside the Helios and will take you ther..
viale Magna Grecia, traversa via Makalla 2 I - 88900 Crotone
viale Gramsci 122 I - 88900 Crotone
The savoury tang of the Ionian sea emanates from Ercole's kitchens in his typical seafront establishment, one room of which is decorated in mosaics.
viale Magna Grecia 49 I - Crotone
A restaurant with a long family tradition. Lunch is served on the upper floor, while dinner takes place in the more traditional dining room with a rustic decor. Fish features widely on the menu, although meat dishes and pizza are also available. Seaf..