Calabria extends in the area where the Italian peninsula becomes increasingly narrow and suddenly stretches to East. Travellers coming from north enter a region surrounded by the sea and innervated by mountains.
The Apennines start from the Pollino massif, crosses the Sila plateau, rises on the Reventino and Mancuso mounts, which are a bridge over the Calabrian isthmus, rises again on the Serre massif and ends on the Aspromonte, a big mountain shaped as a goose paw which faces the Etna mount and Aeolian Islands.
The most important ski resort in this region are: Camigliatello, Villaggio Palumbo and Gambarie.

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