Discovering the old Villages of Basilicata

Historic towns of absolute beauty full of charm and mystery located throughout the Region.


Balcony of the Ionian Sea Rotondella is a medieval village of just over two thousand inhabitants also known by the nickname “Balcony of the Ionian Sea” perched on a hill which dominates the Ionian coast from Taranto to Calabria – antechamber of the Pollino National Park and ancient place of encounter and exchange between populations


Ancient Village lying on a clay beak The Village of Aliano is situated in the Province of Matera at an altitude of 498 meters above sea level with a population of just over 1,100 inhabitants. Its location is very special because the old country is positioned on a rocky clay that gives the appearance of


The ghost town Craco is a historic borough of great beauty situated in the Province of Matera dating back to 1188. The origins of the borough (castle) located in the Province of Matera in Basilicata date back to the eighth century BC and early indications appear on official documents in 1188 under the name of