In the center of one of the most beautiful medieval villages of Basilicata, in Brienza, the historic home "La Voce del Fiume" is a magical haven of charm where guests can experience an exclusive relaxing stay, the ideal place to dedicate themselves to a good reading listening to the voice of the river.
The culture of hospitality is the added value of the B & B. The one that allowed the young owner to receive the Thalia Award 2017 for the level of hospitality of superior quality, always tailored to the client, proposing to the guest an experience in contact with traditions, always pampered by the owner ready to transfer the love for his land, and to guide him to the discovery of the territory. Maybe with the electric bikes that the structure is equipped with.
The atmosphere inside the Dimora is warm and welcoming, an invitation to indulge in the comfort of the seven rooms and forget about everything. The decor winks at the most romantic tradition with original antique wooden furniture, respecting the local tradition. A discreet and raw luxury, but at the same time elegant and timeless.
From every window and terrace the view of the mountains and the valley crossed by two rivers is relaxing and dreamy: every view becomes the ideal spot to admire nature with its magnificent spectacles. Even breakfast in the morning with fresh local products, sweets and jams is prepared with care and love by the owner himself.
Welcome to the heart of Basilicata, to the historic home of charm la Voce del fiume!
An intimate environment, where you can wake up in the scent of homemade cakes and go to sleep enlivened by the subtle noise of the river's voice flowing downstream. A unique sensorial experience that still perpetuates ancient traditions and values.
Things to know: organic products at breakfast and strictly homemade breakfast (donuts, tarts, milk biscuits, fresh fruit juices, organic jams, yogurt, focaccia, cold cuts, cheese, mozzarella and ricotta cheese of the territory).
Guests are accompanied to the discovery of the territory. Carefully selected restaurants are suggested and booked; booking of entrances and realization of tickets to skip the line for points: Bridge to the moon, Caves of Pertosa, Flight of the Angel, Museums Aiello etc. ...
Rental of bikes and on request, preparation of the picnic basket with all the typical products of Basilicata including drinks, plaid and everything you need for a day outdoors.
Suggestion of routes to do by bike, between simple routes, medium difficulty and a little more difficult for trained legs.
On request there is the possibility to organize workshops to create: artisan bread of the past, typical Lucanian biscuits, jams and marmalades and finally ceramics.
The offer includes an overnight stay in a double room and half board in restaurants with 'adrenaline experience, unique and emotional crossing of two Tibetan bridges and the path to the caves of Pertosa. The crossing of the two bridges, one of which, the bridge to the Moon, unique in Italy, with a single span of 300 meters suspended in the void and 120 meters high from the river below, takes about an hour and a half. On arrival a glass terrace will allow you to catch your breath and admire a breathtaking view over the Melandro valley. We continue with a visit to the caves of Pertosa, the only caves in Italy where you can navigate an underground river, the Negro, thanks to a boat towed along a system of steel cables. The caves extend for about 3000 metres towards the heart of the mountain, in a path full of concretions where stalactites and stalagmites decorate every space with different shapes, colours and dimensions, arousing amazement and emotions. The river offers a fascinating and unusual boat trip, immersed in a magical silence, interrupted only by the roar of the roar of the underground waterfall.
The offer includes an overnight stay in a double room and half board in the affiliated restaurants to discover one of the most interesting medieval villages in southern Italy. Its origins date back to the year 1000 when a first nucleus began to settle around the Castle, the fulcrum of the whole village.
The village of Brienza is characterized by the centripetal winding model having as its natural fulcrum the Caracciolo Castle, located at the top of a hill, from which a myriad of houses and cottages, clinging to the steep rock.
You can visit the numerous churches of the town rich in frescoes of 600/700 and the library dedicated to the most illustrious citizen of Brienza, jurist and philosopher: Francesco Mario Pagano.
The offer includes an overnight stay in a double room and half board in the affiliated restaurants to discover the most painted valley in Italy, an open-air art gallery that includes over 500 murals depicted on the walls of the houses, in the municipalities of Satriano di Lucania and Sant'Angelo Le Fratte, in the Melandro valley. The murals tell legends and ancient stories; they speak of traditional crafts; they bear witness to devotion and religious sentiment. An open-air museum will captivate visitors. The visit also includes an itinerary of the ancient caves where wine was once made (cellars) in the old town centre of Sant'Angelo le Fratte, where you can appreciate other murals and numerous stone and bronze sculptures, all in the open air.
The offer includes an overnight stay in a double room and half board in the affiliated restaurants to discover the Charterhouse of San Lorenzo in Padula, a fascinating place, rich in history and intense spirituality, is the largest charterhouse in Italy and one of the first in Europe.
The Charterhouse was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998, and in 2002 it was included by the Campania Region in the list of Great Cultural Attractors.
The architectural layout of the Charterhouse of Padula, is divided into two areas: the first is the workplace; the second, however, is the area of residence of the monks.
A large wall surrounded the enormous religious building. Around the external court there was the apothecary's house, the apothecary's residence and the guest quarters. Within the walls there was also the Parco della Certosa di Padula, once "Giardino della clousura".
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