The old town is characterized by the geometry of the medieval town, with monumental buildings. The main attractions are the bell tower of St. Michael, the Norman Castle. Today houses the State Archaeological Museum, inside preserves one of the most precious finds from the Hellenic past: the golden “Thin gold sheet”, the oldest and most complete text ever found in Italy and Greece. The Cathedral, dedicated to the patron St. Leoluca, is the most important place of worship in the city. In the rest of the province is recommended to visit Pizzo Calabro, a small town of medieval origin located overlooking the sea, where is the legendary little church of Piedigrotta, deeply cut into the tuff. The beach resorts of great tourist attraction are Tropea, one of the most representative of the area, which contains important examples of the Romans, Byzantines, Normans, Swabians, Angevins and Aragonese. Briatico, ancient settlement which according to tradition was founded by the Greeks from Locri.