The Basilicata region is located between Calabria and Puglia, in the southern part of Italy. You do not visit Basilicata by chance, but you choose to stay in this land just to experience a different experience, immersing yourself in places where silence, colors, scents and flavors lead away from the frustration and stress of modern life, giving you unique feelings.
The forests and forests that surround the mountains are dotted with small, evocative villages above the 1000 m altitude, where pure air, genuine flavors and natural beauty combine with historical testimonies to satisfy every desire for knowledge.
Beautiful, yet still unobtrusive, is the Monticchio Lakes area, one of the most spectacular areas of Basilicata.
The Big Lake and the Little Lake are two splendid water mirrors that occupy the two craters now out of Monte Vulture and are surrounded by dense and lush vegetation.
Basilicata is bathed by two seas: the Ionian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The Ionian coast, with the two known locations of Metaponto and Policoro, offers large sandy beaches or pebbles, in some stretches surrounded by pine forests and eucalyptus rows.
The Gulf of Policastro, on the Tyrrhenian side, has a high and jagged coastline, where the promontories overlooking the sea are interspersed with small beaches lapped by a crystal clear sea.
The provinces are: Potenza and Matera.