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Peperoncino Festival

Since 1992, the annual festival of the chilli is held in Diamante. For five days, in September, the old seaside of the thyrrenic city becomes the scene of numerous events mainly related to the product. Many exhibitors rent stand offering their specialties, mostly food, trying to... Continue reading
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Red onion from Tropea

Imported by the Phoenicians, the red onion tastes particularly sweet due to the microclimate of this area where, thanks to the proximity to the sea, the temperature remains constant even in winter, without sudden changes. The climate and soil fertility, contribute to determining a product with extraordinary... Continue reading

Pollino National Park

The Park, which was established in 1993, stretching along the Pollino massif, southern Apennines chain and lies on the border between Basilicata and Calabria. Its peaks, among the highest in the South, are generally covered with snow from November to may and by his mountaintops can... Continue reading

Maratea

During the holidays in Scalea you can't resist without visiting Maratea, heading north, is the first town in Basilicata which meets, and it is inevitable to stop. The country, with its immense territory, will provide the opportunity for lovers of the sea and the... Continue reading

Diamante

A place to visit is definitely Diamante, which with its beaches and its location in the Centre of the Riviera dei Cedri became a meeting place for many tourists during the summer. If you would like to spend a day in the country... Continue reading

Orsomarso

Orsomarso is a place which gathers vast portions of tourists. Those interested in history can visit the Church of Santa Maria dei Mercuri dating from the 10th century and remained the only evidence of ancient Mercurion, the Church of San Giovanni Batista with paintings... Continue reading

Verbicaro

For mountain lovers cannot miss a visit to Verbicaro, one of the first countries to the entrance of the National Park of Pollino. Fresh air, stunning views, typical dishes in the kitchen and many churches with a charming old town, make the village one of... Continue reading