Borgo Ferri, a family-owned estate, resides in the province of Catanzaro
in the ancient Calabria region.
The traditions of Calabria are kept alive at the Bourg. Over time, the
overwhelming old-world values of a simple rural community have become
an indelible part of Borgo Ferri. After all, the history of the Calabria
region is nothing but remarkable. Calabria is the land of an ancient Mediterranean
civilization from which the whole Italian peninsula gets its name. Calabria
was originally called Italy in honor of its king, Italo. Countless legacies
from different eras, fundamental to the culture and history of the whole
European continent, are preserved in museums all over the region; other
signs of this great civilization can also be found in the excavations
of Sibari, Roccella, and Locri. The Romans, Goths, Longobards, Byzantines,
Normans, Swabians, Angioins, Aragonese and Borbons have all left highly
relevant cultural artifacts in the land of Calabria, allowing visitors
to go on historic journeys to view a bygone era. Scientists and philosophers
nurtured their theories in Calabria: after countless travels throughout
the most prestigious civilizations of his time, Pythagoras decided to
settle in Crotone, one of the most prestigious cities of Calabria.
Owned by Ferri for generations, the Borgo Ferri estate has completed a
remarkable renaissance thanks to the dedication of Barbara Ferri and her
husband Alfred Lenarciak. The Bourg has been restored as a refuge for
discerning individuals who want to enjoy unparalleled confort in a pristine,
yet unpretencious environment.