B&B Cirelli has a good position and suggests to discover different charming places in neighboring towns.

  • Scalea


    Torre Talao is the symbol of the city and from its panoramic terrace you can admire the old town and the long coast. In the old town you can visit Torre Cimalonga , that inside there is a little museum and the church of Santa Maria D'Episcopio that keeps the statue of Beata Vergine del Carmelo mistress of the city.

  • Maratea


    The coast of Maratea is long about 32 km on the Tyrrhenian sea and its rich of creeks and caves. The old town is on a big hill where you can see the statue of Christ on the top of it. Maratea is also called the city of the 44 churches that represent a considerable religious-artistic heritage.

  • Diamante


    This city is also called the "city of Murales" and of the "city of chili pepper" because you can admire over 300 murales that enrich all the streets of Diamante. Moreover, every year, in September, there is the chili pepper festival.

  • Praia a Mare

    Praia a Mare

    From the long beach of Praia a Mare it is possible to see the amazing tower of Fiuzzi and the isle of Dino. Other places to visit are the "grotta Azzurra" and the "Grotta del Leone". Furthermore, next to the mountain of Vingiolo there is a Sanctuary of "Madonna della Grotta" that on the 15 th of August there is a big celebration.

  • Orsomarso


    Orsomarso is a little town crossed by the Argentino river, situated at 120 metres on the sea level inside the Pollino National Park. Orsomarso is very charming place and its Valley of Argentino River has been recognized as a Natural Reserve.

  • San Nicola Arcella

    San Nicola Arcella

    The beach of San Nicola Arcella is a natural bay where the tower of Crawford dominates on it. There is also a little beach , Arcomagno, where you can admire the intense colour of blue of the sea. The old town has a lot of little lanes and small houses in stones dominated by the big church of San Nicola da Tolentino.

Travel makes one modest.
You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.
Gustav Flaubert