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  • Basilicata: Food and Wine from the Deep South of Italiy

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Basilicata in the far south of Italy is one of the country's most undeveloped areas, and is still relatively isolated. The area's cuisine reflects this by using almost exclusively local ingredients cooked simply but inventively, to... continue

  • Countryside holidays in Basilicata: hills and villages

    written by Emilio Aronica

    A truly enchanting region of Southern Italy, Basilicata is a break away from the modern realities you are used to. This is a region for those who are looking for divine tranquillity and have a desire to find silence, scents, colours and flavours... continue

  • Art and Culture Holidays in Basilicata

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Basilicata is a region that is steeped in history, with its architecture reflecting the influences of the ages. An example of this rich architectural heritage is the Cathedral of Matera, dating back to the 13th century and still standing proud at... continue

  • Matera, the masterpiece of Basilicata

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Matera is a town and a province of Basilicata, a region in the south of Italy. It is beautiful and very well known for its historical centre called Sassi. The Sassi di Matera, which translation is 'stones of Matera', are very ancient... continue

  • Mountain holidays in Basilicata

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Basilicata isn't an area that you'll find listed in many tourism brochures. Tucked away in the far south of Italy at the southern end of the Apennines, it is a mainly inland region of timeless mountain villages and undeveloped forest... continue

  • Basilicata's best seaside holidays - Top Sea Destinations in Basilicata

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Basilicata is a region in southern Italy. It is a good holiday spot for the whole family and also for honeymoons due to its beautiful tourist sites. Basilicata has a variety of places to visit hence one has the opportunity to make choices. There... continue

  • Spice Up Your Holiday: Visit Maratea

    written by James Gil

    Introduction  Popularly known as ‘The Pearl of the Tyrrhenian’, Maretea in Basilicata started as a small village on the top of a tiny headland known as La Timpa. Over the years, much development has taken place in the area,... continue

  • Agriturismo Grotta dell'Eremita

    written by Italy Visit

    The Farm "La Grotta dell' Eremita" is an organic farmhouse, located 500 meters above sea level, spanning across 23 hectares of land and nestled in woods of beech and chestnut trees. Situated on a slope in the Dolomites within the Regional Park... continue

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