The Vulture Regional Park

Established in November 2017, The Vulture Regional Park is the youngest of the parks and nature reserves in Basilicata. It extends over 57,496 hectares and takes its name from the Monte Vulture, a volcano extinct for millennia of 1326 meters, whose…

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Pollino National Park

Nature at its best Picture a wonderful natural backdrop that ranges from soaring mountains to lush forests, home to one of the most interesting and varied wildlife in Southern Italy: this is Pollino National Park. The park offers an incredibly…

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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 Gallipoli Cognato Regional Park and the Lucanian Dolomites

High-flying thrills Scattered with majestic, centuries-old Turkey oaks, scented lime trees, wild pear and apple trees, the Gallipoli Cognato forest is one of the most beautiful of its kind in the whole region. The park is dominated by the stunning…

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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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