In the morning transfer to Reggio Calabria. Reggio Calabria is located on the tip of the boot, in the center of the Mediterranean Sea, from its shores it offers the opportunity to admire the splendid landscape of Sicily and Mount Etna. Reggio Calabria, together with Naples and Taranto, hosts one of the most important and renowned archaeological museums of Magna Graecia. Representing the ancient Rhegion, a Greek colony, it is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Once we arrive, we will visit the city, the cathedral and the National Museum of Magna Graecia, which houses the Riace Bronzes, two of the few surviving life-size ancient Greek bronzes and as such demonstrate superb technical skill and the exceptional artistic characteristics that were achieved in that historical period. After a stop to have our packed lunch, we leave for Scilla, one of the most beautiful and characteristic villages in Italy. For many years it has been a destination for artists and musicians for various music festivals, as well as a popular seaside destination. We will visit the old city, known as Chianalea, famous for being considered the little Venice of the South: a mosaic of houses that rest directly on the sea and divided by narrow alleys. Due to this peculiarity, Chianalea di Scilla appears among the most beautiful villages in Italy and deserves to be discovered. After the visit, return to Pizzo.