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Steep yourself in the viniculture of the Potenza countryside on this winery tour. Taste four different Lucanian fine wines, complete with tasting notes from your wine-expert guide, accompanied by local food tastings. Enjoy the scenery on a tour of the vineyards and cellar, where you can get behind the scenes to see how the wines are made.
Il Volo dell’Aquila is a Lucanian tourist attraction located in San Costantino Albanese, in the province of Potenza, in the territory of the Pollino National Park and unique in its kind. A flight experience hooked to the longest cable in the world on a characteristic vehicle to be tested in total safety even for families with children of at least 10 years of age. An unforgettable experience for those who want to share a moment of pleasure, amazement, fun, adrenaline and healthy adventure, hovering in flight on the splendid natural scenery of the Pollino Park.
Cantine del Notaio is pleased to welcome new Italian and foreign friends and guests to taste wines, visit the ancient Franciscan caves of volcanic tuff that radiate around the Facìle, tell you stories, local traditions and viticulture.
Durante il viaggio potrete continuare il Vostro lavoro usufruendo anche della connessione Wi-Fi o semplicemente potrete gustarvi il panorama.
Il nostro personale, sempre discreto,avrà cura di accompagnarvi a destinazione nel massimo confort e sicurezza.
Discover one of the Basilicata region’s highlight attractions, and learn the stories and secrets associated with its long history, when you book a private tour of the Castello di Lagopesole. Built in the 13th century by Emperor Frederick II, home to generations of royals and later taken over by brigands, the fortification today stands proud against the Basilicata landscape. Choose from multiple daily departure times, meet your guide at the castle (entry own expense), and tour the evocative landmark.
Offriamo ai nostri Clienti tutta una gamma di servizi di trasporto privato, mirati al soddisfacimento di particolari esigenze, che solo una società specializzata in servizi NCC (Noleggio Con Conducente) è in grado di fornire. Tour organizzati e personalizzati in tutta l'area della Campania; aree archeologiche come Pompei o Paestum, musei, città d'arte come Ravello e molto altro; Costiera Amalfitana, Penisola Sorrentina e qualsiasi trasferta a richiesta (aeroporti di Capodichino, Ciampino, Fiumicino eccetera). "EuroserviceNCC" oltre ad avere disposizione un'ampia flotta di auto, dispone anche di camion e furgoni per trasporti di merce, traslochi e altro.
The naturalistic tour visit to the lakes of Monticchio will start from the small lake with the visit of the abbey of St. Michael Archangel and the ruins of the abbey of Sant'Ippolito.
The lakes occupy the crater mouths of the ancient volcano of Vulture 658 meters above sea level. The ring route will take you to visit the shores of the small lake really pleasant and uncontaminated until you reach along a slight climb the abbey of St. Michael the Archangel of the eighth century, built around a cave built by the Basilian monks present with settlements throughout the Southern Italy. Managed today by the Capuchin Fathers, it will be possible to visit the cave with the church with three naves and a small museum with wooden sculptures of the major Italian monuments and some cells of the friars.
The visit continues going down towards the lakes and visiting the ruins of the 11th century abbey of Sant'Ippolito, also built by the Basilian monks.
Pietrapertosa and Castelmezzano are included in the list of the most beautiful villages in Italy: the first was a Saracen bulwark of which the Arabata district which stands at the foot of the Norman-Swabian Castle is traces; the second was a Norman garrison between the 11th and 13th centuries and the remains of the evocative castle and the sign of the passage of the legendary Templars remained from that period. Reaching Castelmezzano da Pietrapertosa and vice versa in flight on your belly slung to a steel wire and suspended at a height of 400 meters is a hyperadrenalinic experience not to be missed, also because the panorama among the sandstone rocks of the Lucan Dolomites is breathtaking. Completing the day with a dip in the crystal clear sea of Metaponto is nothing short of fantastic. There you can enjoy a pleasant refreshment on one of the splendid sandy beaches and / or discover the secrets of the Magna Graecia.
Castelmezzano is a small town in the heart of the Lucanian Dolomites, already inhabited by the Knights Templar, today it is known and appreciated for its historic center in the mountains, for the beauty of the houses built on the rock and for the The Angel Flight between Castelmezzano and Pietrapertosa
Rapolla is a small town famous for its cellars dug in the volcanic tuff and for the thermal waters. Founded in the 5th century A.C. century by Greek colonists, in 1042 it became a Norman fortress and then became, in Roman times, an important crossroads for traffic along the Appian Way.
The guided tour will take you through the narrow streets of the old town until the cathedral, from which you can enjoy the view over the entire valley and the many hypogean cellars that make up the well-known "Parco Urbano delle Cantine".
In the Piano Castle district you will visit the remains of the city walls, while in Largo Castello you can admire the Clock Tower and some historical buildings.
Here, in the area below you will walk next to the many cellars dug into the tufa still used for the conservation of the fine wine Aglianico Doc del Vulture.
After, visiting the churches of San Biagio, the Church of Santa Lucia, the tour will end at the Cathedral dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta.
The tour of Maratea starts from the highest part of the city: Mount San Biagio. Here you can admire in all its beauty the statue of Christ the Redeemer, the symbol not only of the city of Maratea but of the whole region of Basilicata.
The second largest statue in the world as a dimension after Christ of Rio de Janeiro, the statue of Maratea is 21 meters tall, with a 19-meter arm opening and a face measuring 3 meters.
The statue was made of reinforced concrete covered with a mixture of white cement and Carrara marble and created by the artist Bruno Innocenti in 1965.
After admiring the Christ, the visit continues in the nearby Basilica of San Biagio, patron saint of the town.
The tour continues in the medieval village, with ancient houses with arches close to each other and divided only by narrow lanes and characteristic lanes that fociano in small squares paved in local stone.
This tour is suitable for enthusiasts who want to discover ancient autochthonous vines of Basilicata, some of which have recently been rediscovered: the Guarnaccino and the Grottino. The story of the organoleptic properties, the olfactory taste qualities of the wine, will be accompanied by a rich tasting paired with typical local products. A real discovery for those looking for local and niche products.