Laos

Laos attuale Marcellina (CS)
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Laos

Start From€30.00 / Night
20 m²
2 Guests
Bathroom in the room
Balcony overlooking the pool
Free
Free transfer

The Laos room of b&b Magna Grecia located on the 1st floor (accessible by stairs), has 1 double bed treated with hypoallergenic solutions and has a private bathroom in the room.

Equipped with hot / cold air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, wardrobe / wardrobe, towels, a balcony and a mosquito net overlooking the pool. Access to the swimming pool and shared kitchen are free.

Space

Guests max : 2
Dimensions : 20 m²
Bed : 1 Double 
Bathroom : Private in the Room

Check In : 14:00 
Check Out : 10:30
Breakfast : Included (Italian buffet)
Analergic Solutions : Yes

Services

Wifi : Free
Room Cleaning : Daily
Towels : Yes (change every 2 days)
Sheets : Yes

Parking : Yes (Sercured parking)
Swimming pool access : Yes
Air Conditioning : Yes
Flat-Screen TV : Yes

Extra

Airport/Station Shuttle : Free
Lunch : No
Dinner : € 15,00 (on request)

Towels Change : € 5,00
Iron : Free (on request)
Animals: Yes (pension in box)

History

“Laos” (Λάος in greek), was founded by the inhabitants of Sybaris who had escaped from the destruction of their city, which occurred in 510 BC following the war against Crotone. At the time of Pliny the city had already disappeared. The coinage of Laos (the bull retrospiciente) indicates the city ties with Sybaris, whose currencies had the same type. According to the great Roman historian Strabo, Laos was as big as Pompeii.

The remains of the city are located on the hill ‘Bartolo’, in the hamlet of Marcellina. The numerous finds are now preserved in the antiquarium of Scalea and the National Museum of Magna Grecia in Reggio Calabria. The archaeological excavations are now hampered by the urban development of the town, grew just over Laos.

Near the source of the river stood the city of Laos Ursentum (Orsomarso).

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