Old Roghudi (Roghudi Vecchio in Italian) is a ghost town in Calabria region, southern Italy. The inhabitants were shepherds and farmers. Floods and landslides forced people to abandon Roghudi forever in 1971. The old ruins of Roghudi still cling to the rock overlooking the Amendolea river.
The inhabitants of the old Roghudi belonged to the Calabrian Greek linguistic minority. Later, they were all moved to the new town of Roghudi, forty km away. Nowadays only a few people speak the Greek of Calabria dialect.