Departure2 January 2024 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Holiday providerBritish Airways Holidays
About BasilicataBasilicata is a region of Italy that is truly breathtaking. With its rugged mountain ranges, deep-green forests and dizzying gorges, it's no wonder that it's home to the Unesco-listed Matera, where houses are built into and above natural caves at the edge of a gorge. For those looking for a beach holiday, Basilicata has some of the most picturesque coastline in the country. Close to the town of Maratea, the Tyrrhenian Sea is lapped by black sand beaches, with towns perched on wooded hills and buildings in pale sherbet colours. Near Metaponto, you can also find spectacular ancient ruins and more lovely beaches. For a holiday that feels like a well-kept secret, holidays to Basilicata are a wonderful choice.
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Matera: Italy’s Ancient City of Stone
30th October 2023 by Coco Butter Blog
We're diving into the enchanting city of Matera, Italy. Known as the backdrop for James Bond's latest adventure, "No Time To Die," and crowned as the European Capital of Culture in 2019, Matera has come a long way from its troubled past. Once dubbed the 'City of Shame,' it has now blossomed into one of Italy's most captivating destinations. In this article, we'll delve into Matera's fascinating history, its unique architecture, and the remarkable transformation that has taken place over the...
Visiting 9 villages across Basilicata, Italy
31st October 2022 by TravelDave
This video is about my recent road trip exploring nine different villages called Borghi across the region of Basilicata, Italy. The campaign is called Viaggio Italiano which translated to "Italian Trip". #ViaggioItaliano Here are the 9 individual villages (Borgo) that I visited across the region of Basilicata, Italy on this trip: 1. Moliterno 2. Maratea 3. Latronico 4. Aliano 5. Tursi (La Rabatana) 6. Pisticci 7. Acerenza 8. Venosa 9. Rionero in Vulture...
Discover nine different borgo across Basilicata, Italy
25th October 2022 by TravelDave
Did you know that Basilicata is the second least visited region in Italy? Not only this, but my adventure to Basilicata won’t even be taking me to the most popular tourist spots in one of the least visited regions of Italy. The idea of the Viaggio Italiano trip is to discover nine remote Borghi Italiani across the region of Basilicata across the three provinces of Maratea, Venosa and Aliano....