Crotone, Turano’s House

Perhaps the residence of the noble family Ajerbas of Aragon, was then the home of Charles Turano, who was mayor of the city, highly respected by the citizens.

Crotone, Albani’s Palace

Noble building with a neoclassical roman facade.

Crotone, Barracco’s Palace

The site where the current Barracco’s Palace is hosted in the past, the home of Giovanni Battista Nola Molise, author of "Cronica" (Chronicle) of the city of Crotone.

Crotone, Berlingeri's Palace

Noble palace with a closed court, in the neoclassical style was built between 1880 and 1885

Crotone, De Mayda Palace

The palace was constructed in 1736 by the Suriano family, then continued by the Mazano family and eventually completed by the De Mayda family.

Crotone, Gallucci’s Palace

On Via Risorgimento, which the writer Leonida Repaci pleasurably indicated as "Via dei Baroni" for the numerous noble palaces that look out on it, there is also the Gallucci’s Palace.

Crotone, Giunti’s Palace

Originally, in the location of the Giunti’s Palace, stood the Orsini’s Palace and several private homes.

Crotone, Morelli's Palace

Of Roman neo-classic style, it was designed by engineer Salvatore Bianciardi and furnished with eighteenth-century furniture.

Crotone, Suriano's Palace

A palace with a closed courtyard, which dates from the eighteenth century, as clearly it appears the elements with a double row of important high arches in one of the sides facing the court which is a characteristic of the Neapolitan eighteenth century style.

Crotone, Zurlo's Palace

Dating from the nineteenth century, the outside is on two levels and has a stone portal with a round arch resting on two smooth piers. Inside it preserves the coat of arms of the Zurlo family.

Isola Capo Rizzuto, Barracco Palace

The Barraco Palace of Isola di Capo Rizzuto, now the Town Hall, was one of the most important residences of the Barraco , a family of ancient origins among the most prominent in Calabria and the Kingdom of Naples, cultured and educated, accustomed to political roles and administrative functions.

Crotone’s Itineraries