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Viale Giacomo Mancini, Cosenza, 87100, Italy
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Domanico Cosenza Question Please

by gennvieve

Ciao! My father's family (Forte, Fillippeli (spelling?), Giardino) come from the Domanico area of Cosenza. I have not been able to find out much more than that and am coming to Italy the first week in March. I would like to visit Domanico or Cosenza anyway but am having a hard time finding Domanico information. Does anyone know how far it is from Domanico and would a car need to be rented from Cosenza?

Re: Domanico Cosenza Question Please

by Cristian_Uluru

Ciao Domanico is 15 Km far from Cosenza.




I check on this site:


the Autolinea regionale n° 17 - AMANTEA - COSENZA via POTAME stop in Domanico.

Have a nice trip in Italy.

Re: Domanico Cosenza Question Please

by gennvieve

Thank you again Cristian!!! Have you been to Domanico or even Cosenza? I have never been to southern Italy. I'm assuming Domanico is a rural area??
Molto Grazie!

Re: Domanico Cosenza Question Please

by Jacquelinesandra

By now you have probabably visited Domancio,,Just saw your post, My father was born there and I have been there almost every year since 1999,,,Please write if you would like some info,,,


Travel Tips for Cosenza

Exploring the Sila Mountains

by Tolik

City of Cosenza located only 10 km from the Tyrenian Sea and 35 km from the Sila mountains. The city could be a base to explore the surrounding area, particularly the Sila mountains (also called the Sila Massif). Another interesting option - Camigliatello, a classical alpine village, is the most convenient spot for exploring la Sila. It is considered one of Europe's most densely wooded areas, and the most famous woods are the Bosco di Fallistro, just outside of Camigliatello. Here you'll be able to admire the giganti della Sila, trees which are over 500 years old, six feet across and 130 feet tall.

In summer you'll find tons of opportunities for hiking (try the 3-mile climb up Mount Botte Donato for simultaneous views of the Ionian and Tyrhennian Seas); in winter, they say, this is one of Italy's best cross-country skiing areas (the 10-mile run from Monte Curcio to Mount Botte Donato is the most popular). If you're persistent or lucky, you may spot a gray wolf or a golden eagle. Be sure to sample some of the local freshwater fish and, in fall, the abundant wild mushrooms. And if there's time, take a side trip to Taverna, where the church of San Domenico houses seven paintings by Calabria's most famous artist, Mattia Preti.


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