Cascata del Marmarico is the highest waterfall in the region Calabria and Southern Apennines. The upper course of the river Stilaro drops down over 114 meters high and flows further into the Folea valley. The surrounding of the waterfall has the same name as the waterfall.
Cascata del Marmarico is located in the Municipality of Bivongi in the south of Italy.
The waterfall can be reached from Bivongi in 80-100 minutes (5 km). I have read that people started their walk at Bagni di Guida: From Bivongi drive to the west following the river, there are signs. I am not sure how far you can drive west. Cascata del Marmarico is located further west from Bagni di Guide. Walking to the second fall will take another 20 minutes following the path of Folea. To complete the entire route on foot requires 2 hours of walking.
It is also possible to start your journey in Ferdinandea, an ancient place, very nice to see.