Campora San Giovanni
Campora San Giovanni ( San Campura Giuvanni or Campura Santu Janni ) is a fraction of Amantea in the Italian province of Cosenza, on the border with the province of Catanzaro (Calabria ). The town has 7,200 inhabitants.
- Piana Cavallo
- Piana Mauri
Important sources of income of Campora San Giovanni are agriculture and tourism. Since the mid-20th century the red Tropea onion is grown in the region, which is also an important export product. In the resort a holiday village was built. Built in 2003, the port which connects the city with the Aeolian Islands, is part of the tourism infrastructure.
Every year, the Feast day is celebrated in honor of St. Francis of Paola from 1 to 3 September, accompanied by fireworks.
The Funtana you Peshcaru ( Fountain of the doll ) to Augurato
The church of Saint Filomena to Augurato
Don Apollinaris Mashughuli during the patronal festival September 3, 2007, 500th anniversary of the death of St. Francis of Paula