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Calabria is a region in southern Italy. The region forms the ‘toe’ of the famous ‘Boot of Italy’. The region is a beautiful fusion of mountains and coast. Calabrian coast is almost 800 kilometers long and has Tyrrhenian Sea to the west and Ionian Sea to the east. Calabria is densely forested and a vast portion is mountainous or hilly. The coastal area is decorated with lovely sandy beaches that are broad and flat and have shallow waters close to the beaches. Calabria is perhaps the home of best diving locations in Italian Mediterranean. The climate is extremely diving friendly. Summers are warm or hot with temperatures hovering between 30 to 40 degrees Celsius and winters are mild with temperatures seldom going below 10 degrees. The diving activity can be undertaken round the year. Underwater landscape is beautiful with diverse flora and fauna and over 50 wrecks to explore, with some as old as Roman era. The diverse diving sites are sure to appeal all divers, whether experienced or novice. Marine life is typically diverse and colorful.