THE POLLINO NATIONAL PARK

With its 192.000 hectares stretching between Basilicata and Calabria, the Pollino National Park is Italy’s largest national park. Its name derives from the peak of Pollino Massif, defined by the Achaeans as “Mons Apollineum”, the Mount of the Greek…

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THE NATIONAL PARK OF APPENNINO LUCANO ‘VAL D’AGRI LAGONEGRESE’

The most recent protected area of Basilicata, established in 2007, lies in the beautiful National Park of Appennino Lucano ‘Val d’Agri Lagonegrese’. The area is home to some beautiful villages that will offer you unforgettable experiences through…

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THE REGIONAL PARK OF ‘GALLIPOLI COGNATO E PICCOLE DOLOMITI LUCANE’

The Regional Park of ‘Gallipoli Cognato e Piccole Dolomiti Lucane’ is a treasure trove of natural beauty. The park has a well signposted network of trails, ideal for walking, horse riding or mountain biking. Clinging to the mountainside are the…

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THE HISTORICAL NATURAL PARK OF THE ROCK CHURCHES OF MATERA

The Historical Natural Park of the Rock Churches of Matera, known in Italian as ‘Parco Regionale della Murgia Materana’, stands like an impressive soft-rock sculpture marked by deep ravines, gorges and caverns. Also known as the Park of the Rock…

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