The province of Reggio is except for extended between the provinces calabre but the most densely inhabited, confines with the province of Catanzaro and is wet from the sea Tirreno, from the sea Ionio and from the squeezed of Messina. The economical resources are based on the agriculture and the commerce. Inhabited goes bak to 1908: blocks of houses delimited from long rectilinear and perpendicular roads, prallels to the sea, to the beach, to the wonderful nouveau riche promenade of magnolias, exotic plants and palms, that give to the town a special glamour. The earthquakes that hit the town numerous times and have canceled almost entirely every track of the ancient installations of the Greek, Calcidesi and Messesi; the sole deposition remained are the Greek wall. Reggio was rebuilded with criteria antisismici, occupying the area between the torrents Calopinace and Annunziata. To visit the National Museum with archelogical collections mattering and ancient, the Promenade Matteotti, the garden of the town Villa with rare tropical examples of vegetation and equatoriale, the Duomo, rebuilded in shapes to the style romanico after that was destroyed from the earthquake of 1908, corso Garibaldi, the Castle that was erected in the aragonese period. An of the speciality of the gastronomic tradition is the fish, between the sweets we remember the pignolate, the nzuddi to the honey, the frozan totorrone and the cassate. In the province deserve a visit: Locri, town of the Main of Greek with small and large archeological areas and the attractive promenade; Rosarno, with square Duomo, the Monument to the Falls, the river Mesima, square Valarioti, the Church of Santi Cosma and Damiano, the Bridge of the arcs and the olive groves of Slow of the Vineyards. Monasterace well-known for the story of Kaulon and Monasterace, in the last decades had an extraordinary gone up of archelogical interest.