Basilicata, also known as Lucania, is among the most fascinating and mystical regions of Italy, full of enchanting landscapes, to be explored by trekking or by canoe for rivers or at the foot of the falls
Basilicata, also called Lucania, is among the most fascinating and mystical regions of Italy. Buttonhole, Matera, the "City of the Stones", with its stone houses and its cave caves, set of numerous cinematographic films. But even the villages of Castelmezzano, Pietrapertosa or Policoro are no less remarkable in terms of architectural beauty. Basilicata offers the visitor a wide range of experiences to live in the heart of nature: from the Angel Flight in the Lucan Dolomites to a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters of Maratea, there are many tourist attractions that Basilicata offers, full of enchanting landscapes , to be explored by trekking or by canoe by river or at the foot of the falls.
We take you to the beautiful medieval village in the province of Parma to discover the majestic Sanvitale Fortress, surrounded by a navigable moat, and culinary delicacies from all over Italy and the world: a real gastronomic siege!
By Joni Scarpolini
The inhabitants of the ancient Calabrian village are devoted to San Teodoro di Amasea, who defeated the terrible monster in 1528: they dedicated a day of the year to their leader to celebrate his exploit