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Tortora, beautifully nestled between the Tyrrhenian Coast of Calabria and the Apennines, the first center of the Tyrrhenian coast of Calabria and for those coming from the north between sea and mountains. Its territory, which covers an area of ??some 58 square kilometers, from hospitality to a population of about 5, 900 inhabitants and is represented by three human reality:
- La Marina di Tortora, with about 5, 000 inhabitants, has developed over the last thirty years on the large Tyrrhenian coast has a fantastic promenade from which you can appreciate the beauty of the Gulf of Policastro and the island Dino of Praia a Mare, neighboring country.
The ancient village, now Old Town, about seven kilometers from the sea, with about 400 inhabitants, on a hill at 300-400 meters above sea level, formed during the eleventh century, where you can now enjoy local dishes in different fate restaurants on site.
The Location-mountain villages, fourteen in number, pushing the municipal area in the Pollino National Park, up to 810 meters above sea level, and there are about 500 inhabitants in an area rich in water resources, with beautiful landscapes and varied forest species animals.
Place rich in history, culture and tradition, preserves the remains of an interesting past, from prehistory to the Middle Ages. The first population of Tortora dates back, in fact, according to the results of various archaeological excavations, the Lower Paleolithic (some 300 thousand years ago). Significant remains of this epoch and subsequent were found in locations Rosaneto, in town and on the hill of San Brancato Palecastro, reflecting the fact that the portion of the Municipality of Tortora between courses terminals River Noce and Fiumarella It was densely populated and continuously since the dawn of civilization. The findings of the excavations are kept in the museum and visited
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