Puglia, Basilicata, and Calabria

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  • 1. Castel del Monte

    Crowning an isolated hill 1,778 feet above sea level in the heart of the Alta Murgia National Park, this enigmatic octagonal fortress, built by Frederick...Read More

  • 2. Marasusa

    The most famous of Calabria's beaches is backed by sheer cliffs topped by Tropea's stacked buildings—seemingly growing out of the rock. Beyond this popular vacation...Read More

  • 3. Parco Nazionale della Sila - La Fossiata

    Calabria's granite plateau of the Sila Natiional Park is a wonderful place for lovers of the wild outdoors. Rising to nearly 7,000 feet at its...Read More

  • 4. Santa Maria dell'Isola

    The sanctuary of Santa Maria dell'Isola is the symbol of Tropea, and it is easy to see why. Perched high on a rocky promontory and...Read More

  • 5. Sassi di Matera

    Matera's Sassi are piled chaotically atop one another down the sides of a steep ravine. Some date from Paleolithic times, when they were truly just...Read More

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  • 6. Alberobello–Martina Franca Road

    The trulli in Alberobello itself are impressive, but the most scenic concentration of these unique conical structures is along a 15-km (9-mile) stretch of the...Read More

  • 7. Cala Jannita

    Maratea's dramatic rock topography is best experienced from this fab little bay and its Spiaggia Nera (Black Beach) with sparkling limpid waters and striking dark,...Read More

  • 8. Castello Aragonese

    The massive bulk of Gallipoli's castle guards the entrance to the island of the borgo antico, which is linked to the new town by a...Read More

  • 9. Castello Svevo

    Castello Normanno Svevo crowns Pancrazio Hill above the old city, and the uphill walk rewards with wonderful views across to the Sila Mountains. Its origins...Read More

  • 10. Castello Svevo

    Originally built by Frederick II, this impressive structure was enlarged by the Spanish to defend against attacks from the Turks, and it has remained a...Read More

  • 11. Il Treno della Sila

    In spring and summer, this narrow-gauge steam railway takes visitors through stunning countryside from Moccone to San Nicola (at 4,600 feet) via Camigliatello. The journey...Read More

  • 12. Parco e Museo Carlo Levi

    The house where Carlo Levi, the author of Christ Stopped at Eboli, lived in Aliano now contains two museums: the Museo Carlo Levi, which includes...Read More

  • 13. Parco Nazionale del Pollino

    Italy's largest national park straddles Calabria and Basilicata, rises to over 7,000 feet at Serra Dolcedorme, and offers many opportunities for outdoors enthusiasts. Its ancient...Read More

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