10 Things to Do in Province of Cosenza That You Shouldn't Miss

August 5, 2017 Madelene Haan

The province of Cosenza (Italian: provincia di Cosenza) is a province in the Calabria region of Italy. Its provincial capital is the city of Cosenza. It contains 155 comuni (comune), listed at comunes of the Province of Cosenza.
Restaurants in Province of Cosenza

1. Lao Rafting

Corso Umberto I, 120, 87014 Laino Borgo, Italy
Excellent
86%
Good
11%
Satisfactory
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5 based on 707 reviews

Lao Rafting

Reviewed By Risa23 - New York City, New York

It is an amazing beautiful ride through the Canyons of the Lao River. Take the 3 hour excursion for sure...much more scenic and lots to see like Waterfalls, deep Canyons, jumping into the river, lots of history on this ride. amazing experience!

2. Acqua Trekking

Via Carella 35, 85040 Viggianello, Italy
Excellent
95%
Good
5%
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5 based on 91 reviews

Acqua Trekking

Reviewed By SunnySunnyMalta - Malta

A truly original way to explore the beauty and serenity of the Pollino National Park in Basilicata. Unexpected natural beauty in the south of Italy, exploring creeks, Canyons and local flora and fauna. All Acqua Trekking gear is provided on site by the leaders. This is an experiece to remember.

3. Santuario di San Francesco di Paola

Largo San Francesco di Paola, 87027 Paola, Italy +39 0982 582518
Excellent
74%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
3%
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4.5 based on 529 reviews

Santuario di San Francesco di Paola

Reviewed By Cathy T - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

This was a beautiful and peaceful place to visit. We lucked out on the day when we visited this site. It was a rainy day and at times we were the only visitors there. All we could here was the water rushing down the Waterfalls. It was very spiritual to see San Francesco's clothes on display in his shrine.

4. Rafting LaoRaft Scalea

Via Nazario Sauro 10/12, 87029 Scalea, Italy
Excellent
85%
Good
13%
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2%
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5 based on 106 reviews

Rafting LaoRaft Scalea

Reviewed By Stefano_travels - Italy

Lao river is a great spot for rafting. Laoraft is a good company, maybe not the best but the personnel knows how to make you enjoy the rafting.
They use an old bus for taking you to the starting point and the equipment is a bit old: nothing to complain.
I'll come back on Lao river, maybe I'll use another company.

5. Arco Magno

., 87020 San Nicola Arcella, Italy +39 339 2094 9404
Excellent
81%
Good
14%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
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1%
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4.5 based on 570 reviews

Arco Magno

Reviewed By Traveler4Fun_99 - State of Sao Paulo

Beautiful beach and scenery. Worth the climbing. Easily accessed with a kaiak from the nearby beach. Snorkeling was poor, as no variety of fish or sea life.

6. Grotta di Sant'Angelo

Cassano, Cassano allo Ionio, Italy
Excellent
78%
Good
20%
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4.5 based on 196 reviews

Grotta di Sant'Angelo

Reviewed By Yuri S - London, England, United Kingdom

I would have liked to be able to take photos but it's not allowed in there. Anyway, it was really interesting visiting this natural site.

7. Rafting Adventure Lao

c.da Miralonga, Papasidero, Italy
Excellent
79%
Good
17%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
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4.5 based on 146 reviews

Rafting Adventure Lao

Reviewed By helen w - cork Ireland

Rafted down the Lao at Laino borgo in August. Fantastic fun - a three hour journey because the water was a bit low, but really exciting and hairy enough at times. Several of the party got a ducking including the helmsman. Beautiful scenery. More people should visit this lovely and unspoilt area of Italy.

8. Parco Nazionale del Pollino

Madonna di Pollino - Serra di Crispo | Viggianello, 85040 Rotonda, Italy
Excellent
73%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
3%
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1%
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4.5 based on 292 reviews

Parco Nazionale del Pollino

Reviewed By Ilviaggiatore4ever - Verbania, Italy

climbed for the long journey of 8 km that leads into the valley of pines loricati behind montuosa..siamo chain arrived in the '' Garden of the Gods '' .. a special place where you can find several pines centenarians loricati .. this place is no much to admire ... recommended for those who love trekking and hiking in general ..

9. santuario della Madonna delle armi

Cerchiara Calabra, 87070 Cerchiara di Calabria, Italy +39 0981 991002
Excellent
71%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
4%
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4.5 based on 159 reviews

santuario della Madonna delle armi

Reviewed By Retirada - Albuquerque, New Mexico

After driving around the Mountains with stops at San Lorenzo Bellizi (extremely picturesque) and for hiking, we drove up up up to visit la Madonna delle Armi. The sanctuary is an impressive, massive stone structure with steps up to the church housing the image of the madonna. Gorgeous views of the Ionian Sean and the Mountains. Good place for a picnic lunch. When we visited in April, we were the only people there. Not to be missed.

10. Il ponte del diavolo

87010 Civita, Italy +39 080 480 1492
Excellent
70%
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25%
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4%
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4.5 based on 371 reviews

Il ponte del diavolo

Reviewed By realworldtraveller - Italy

We in the area call this our "little Grand Canyon", and I have to say that some of the views are impressive. One of the big differences with the original one in Arizona and Utah is the fact that in the US you can comfortably drive to both rims of the canyon, whereas here you have to walk an over 800-step long staircase (and walk it BACK!) after crossing the canyon on this Devil's Bridge. So, if you dare doing that, you're welcome. The views are worth it!

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