Overlooking two seas and divided by the high Sila mountain range, Calabria has always been a meeting point for different people and cultures. Romans, Goths, Byzantines, Normans, Swabians, Angevins, Aragons and Bourbons have all left behind architectural evidence of great importance, contributing to the ever increasing of tourism of this region. The warm climate, the beautiful colors of the sea, rocky coasts that alternate with sandy beaches, a nature that is wild and mysterious, the strong and genuine flavors of local food and the vestiges of its ancient origins make Calabria a unique place that vacationers can enjoy in both winter and summer. 

Basilicata is embedded between Calabria and Apulia, in the south of Italy. The woods and forests that cover the mountains are dotted with small and charming villages, some even at an altitude of 1000 mt, where pure air, genuine flavors and the beauties of nature are combined with historical vestiges satisfying every curiosity. Matera's Paleolithic setlements, the "Sassi," are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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