Tenuta Elia Farm restaurant

Pizza and local products in the fine building that housed the Leo wool mill in the 19th century. Today it is a venue for events and ceremonies, greatly appreciated by the local community.

La Fattoria Restaurant

Calabrian hospitality, a family atmosphere but above all a memorable pinsa (Rome-style pizza) making this location a point of reference in the area for everyone who loves simple, genuine produce, from starters to desserts. The Calabrian wine list is excellent.

Terra Nostra

Luciano De Fazio inherited the legacy of the so-called fungiari, the mushroom gatherers; his family has grown vegetables and produced what in Calabrian parlance is called u salaturu, the end-result of processing all sorts of vegetables: from tomatoes to peppers, from onions to wonderful aubergines and tasty crushed olives.

Fungosila Junior

Since 1961, the Mancuso family has been telling the story of the local area with high quality artisanal products: jams, preserves in olive oil, patés and creams made with onions, olives, ‘nduja (a very spicy salami product), tomatoes and mushrooms; but above all the historic “Bomba di Calabria,” a potent spreadable cream made with chili peppers and vegetables.

Palazzo Muraca

A symbol of history and of one of the most prominent families in the area, Palazzo Muraca hallmarks the village of Murachi. It is mentioned by Francesco Antonio Accattatis in his Storia di Scigliano (History of Scigliano) regarding the 1638 post-earthquake reconstruction, but it certainly has earlier origins.

Palazzo Accattatis

Located in the hamlet of Censo, this building has a beautiful portal overlooking Piazza Ritrovo. Birthplace and home of one of the most important Calabrian families linked to the poet Aldo, the glottologist Luigi (father of the Calabrian dialect) and the historian Luigi Elvio.

Open-air museum

Beautiful murals that tell the story of the Bianchi community. An emigrant waiting with two red suitcases, one from a few decades ago, the other a contemporary work by Wedo Goas. The other two murals are by SteReal, “who wanted to create a tribute to a practice that is very dear, above all, to those who have been fortunate enough to live close to their grandmothers’ love and care, namely kneading water and flour,” and by Emeid, who painted a brigand on the wall of the town hall, a symbol of identity in the defence of the territory against exploitation and domination from afar.

Parchment Museum

The pride of the Bianchi community, named after Luigi Accattatis, poet, historian and lexicographer famous for having compiled the Calabrian-Italian dictionary. The museum exhibits some of the 300 ancient documents and parchments dating from the period between 1450 and 1850.

Railway Station

The tracks and the platform tell of hugs and goodbyes, kisses and tears, waiting and returning. In a land marked by emigration and departure, the station will always be a dimension in which space and time merge, generating emotions and sentiments deeply rooted in the community.

Church of San Giacomo Maggiore

An 18th-century icon in the heart of the village and a landmark for all the people of Bianchi. The square-plan tower rises high above the imposing Baroque building that has a partly three-aisled interior in Neoclassical style. On 25 July it hosts the Patron Saint’s Feast Day.