Metaponto is a historical place, full of Greek remains. It’s at the center of the Gulf of Taranto on the Ionian Sea, on the Ionian Coast of Basilicata. Founded in the second half of the 7th century b.C, it became one of the most important colonies of Magna Grecia. The sacred area enschrinesfour temples: The temples of
Situated in the Appennino lucano, the Small Dolomites (Piccole Dolomiti), bear a great similarity with the famous Chain of mountains in Northern Italy. Qui un cavo d’acciaio sospeso tra le vette di due paesi, Castelmezzano e Pietrapertosa permette di effettuare e vivere un’emozione unica: il Volo dell’Angelo (The flight of the Angel). is a unique experience:
Known as “la Perla del Tirreno” (The pearl of the Tirreninan Sea), Maratea is one of the main tourist attractions of of the region. It’s also called “la città delle 44 Chiese” for its many churches, built in different styles, many of which are part of a remarkable artistical and religious legacy.
Alberobello, in the surroundings of Bari, is the capital of the Trulli: Pyramidal houses that make its historical center unique in the world. I Trulli, with their dry-stone walls, are still inhabited and are a genial and long lasting example of spontaneous architecture.Though lacking any support elements, the inner structure is extraordinarily stable. Though lacking
The Castellana Caves are a system of subterranean cavities.The Caves are 3.348 mt long and 122 mt deep.The average temperature in the Caves is 16,5°.The guided tour is 3km long and takes place at about 70 mt under the ground in an astonishing scenario made out of caves, canyons, deep pits, fossils, stalatites and stalagmites
At about 50 km from Matera, on a barren hill surrounded by gullies, there is a ghost town, Craco. The name derives from the latin word “Graculum” (“small plowed field”). In the past, its fortune was the strategic position between the valleys of the two rivers Cavone and Agri which was an advantage in terms