The area of the Costa Viola that today you perceive is the result of a balanced coexistence between sea and mountains, where man has created his own space using the most of the resources at his disposal, fishing and agriculture, and intervened with additions and transformations shaping the mountain with cultivated terraces mostly vines(which they are side by side with fruit trees, citrus, olive trees and vegetables), building fishing villages (Chianalea, Scilla, Bagnara, Palmi).Overlooking the Straits of Messina, the Costa Viola in the province of Reggio Calabria is a coastal strip about 20 kilometers long and 1 kilometer wide with altitude between 0 and 500 meters. The protection of land and sea conjugated to integration and diversity of resources present in the territory can be a strong point of the local system. Fishery, agricultural, scenic, gastronomic, crafts, eco-tourism and human resources, properly protected and exploited are an added value to economic and social development of the area. The study aims to investigate the potential of the terraced wine companies, fish and gastronomic activities of the Costa Viola, such as pieces of a mosaic cultural landscape constantly evolving: vulnerability, experience, resilience, availability multifunctionality, all ' hospitality (farm, fishing / fish tourism) and the reorganization in the management of their activities become essential aspects of the growth paths and creative resistance of the area. The study also examines the EFF and ERDF funds in order to verify the degree of adhesion of local companies to the measures implemented as part of the 2007-13 programming tools from the Calabria region.Considering the eco-systemic fragility of the fishing villages of the Costa Viola, enhancement, recovery, generation change, the promotion of the territory and food and wine heritage, can represent the right combination of maritime activities, agriculture and the environment while ensuring rehabilitation of areas affected, alternative sources of income and enhancement of resources (human, environmental, natural, scenic, historical and cultural).

Erratic behavior and beauty of Costa Viola: Sea villages heroic viticulture and gastronomic tourism

Nicolosi A.
;
Marcianò C.
2017

Abstract

The area of the Costa Viola that today you perceive is the result of a balanced coexistence between sea and mountains, where man has created his own space using the most of the resources at his disposal, fishing and agriculture, and intervened with additions and transformations shaping the mountain with cultivated terraces mostly vines(which they are side by side with fruit trees, citrus, olive trees and vegetables), building fishing villages (Chianalea, Scilla, Bagnara, Palmi).Overlooking the Straits of Messina, the Costa Viola in the province of Reggio Calabria is a coastal strip about 20 kilometers long and 1 kilometer wide with altitude between 0 and 500 meters. The protection of land and sea conjugated to integration and diversity of resources present in the territory can be a strong point of the local system. Fishery, agricultural, scenic, gastronomic, crafts, eco-tourism and human resources, properly protected and exploited are an added value to economic and social development of the area. The study aims to investigate the potential of the terraced wine companies, fish and gastronomic activities of the Costa Viola, such as pieces of a mosaic cultural landscape constantly evolving: vulnerability, experience, resilience, availability multifunctionality, all ' hospitality (farm, fishing / fish tourism) and the reorganization in the management of their activities become essential aspects of the growth paths and creative resistance of the area. The study also examines the EFF and ERDF funds in order to verify the degree of adhesion of local companies to the measures implemented as part of the 2007-13 programming tools from the Calabria region.Considering the eco-systemic fragility of the fishing villages of the Costa Viola, enhancement, recovery, generation change, the promotion of the territory and food and wine heritage, can represent the right combination of maritime activities, agriculture and the environment while ensuring rehabilitation of areas affected, alternative sources of income and enhancement of resources (human, environmental, natural, scenic, historical and cultural).
978-88-942329-2-9
seafaring villages, local development, heroic viticulture, fishing tourism, production costs.
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