urore has the only Fiordo in Italy, it was a shelter place for the sailors back in time, the fantasy flights away thinking about pirates and bandits hiding themselves in this extraordinary natural harbour. One of these famous bandits was called Ruggeri di Agerola, main character in one of the Boccacio's novel.
It will be easy to imagine plenty of pirates and bandits searching for an hidden place if you close your eyes listening to the waves sound that crashing on the rocks shaping them with violence and listening the wind sound that blow through the mediterranean vegetation. .
This place is a sort of precious treasure, a place to discover and enjoy.
Furore is not only wonderful for the Fiordo, but the most fashinating thing is closed in the rare development that this place had had during the centuries with its houses built on the bare rapid rocks of the big coast.
Federico Fellini and Roberto Rossellini, two of the most important directors of the old Italian cinema have filmed few of their unforgettable productions through the alleys and the little streets of this ancient suburb.
During the ciaks of the Rosselini's movie "Amore", starring by Anna Magnani, seems that love bloomed between the director and the actress, starting this difficult reletionship that made Ingrid Bergman so jealous.
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