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Basilicata is one of the smallest regions of Italy: 9,992 km2 between Puglia, Campania and Calabria. The territory is largely mountainous, overlooking the Ionian Sea and the Gulf of Taranto to the east, the Tyrrhenian Sea in the western part. the economy is predominantly agricultural and Luke is based on a good production of beet, cereals, fruit and olives. valuable elements are also those arising from local: hand-woven, clay and wood are just a few examples of manufactured products. the regional capital is power, but the “flagship” of the territory is undoubtedly linked to Matera and represented by the famous “Sassi.” old Quarter of the city, has the typical houses dug into the tuff that overlap the ‘each other creating a unique labyrinth for its charm and beauty. Basilicata is especially interesting from the point of view of nature, since it includes in its territory the largest protected area in Italy: the Pollino National Park. This splendid reality, extended between Basilicata and Calabria, offers breathtaking views that range between the two seas, vast forests and mountain landscapes by the absolute beauty and plays a key role in the protection of particular species and environments. among the tourist resources of the region should not, however, forgotten the coastal area: Maratea and Metaponto are the most renowned centers of beach tourism booster every year for a large number of people. Basilicata is, therefore, an ideal destination for tourists from many shades: history, nature, sea in a unique territory.



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