In the heart of Calabrian Greece, stands Palizzi, whose castles and splendid alleys rich in history are worth a visit. The Castle, of medieval origin, rises on a rocky ridge 300 metres above sea level with sheer walls, in a dominant position over the town and has been declared a National Monument by the Italian Ministry of Culture. The area is typical for the production of Palizzi IGT (Typical Geographical Indication), a well-known red and dry wine. At the end of the tasting, you will set off to discover an archaeological heritage with its roots in prehistoric times, Archeoderi Park in Bova Marina, in the heart of Reggio Calabria’s Hellenophone area. The site also includes a synagogue dating back to the 4th century AD. (the second oldest in the West after Ostia Antica) with its polychrome mosaic depicting the most important Jewish symbols. We will then continue to Bova, one of the most picturesque villages in Italy, with its narrow and characteristic alleys, ancient buildings and monuments, especially the ancient Griko language, that can be heard everywhere walking through the village. Here the visit will end with a tasting of renowned lestopitta, a kind of thin focaccia made of water, flour, oil and salt, which is fried and served hot.