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Parker og natur i Apulia

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“You need to walk for 15 minutes to reach this place. No beach club here, only sea and sand. Be prepared and bring with you your umbrella. ”
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“Have you ever wondered why the soil in Puglia looks so redish? Why do you often find red striped in the stones used to build Puglia's traditional stone buildings? The Grotte di Castellana are beautiful natural caves, among the most important in Italy. You will be taken on a trail inside the caves, no need for hiking experience just non-slippery shoes are recommended. Ideal for children and anyone interested in knowing more about the geology and landscape of the area They can be visited on rainy days, however there will be water inside two days after the rainfalls as water takes time to penetrate down the earth.”
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“long sandy beaches crystal waters free shuttle bus service from the main parking area tranquil paths to walk ”
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“Pollino National Park (Italian: Parco Nazionale del Pollino) is a national park in southern Italy that straddles the regions of Basilicata and Calabria. It is Italy's largest national park, covering 1,925.65 square kilometers.[1][2] The park includes the Pollino and Orsomarso massifs, which are part of the southern Apennine Mountains. The park's highest point is Serra Dolcedorme, which is 2,267 meters high.[3] The park's symbol is the rare Bosnian pine tree. The common beech is the park's most prevalent tree. The park is also home to a variety of medicinal herbs.[4] The park is home of the oldest Europeen tree, a Heldreich's pine estimated 1,230 years old.”
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“Go here to have one of the best views and admire one of the highest bridges in the area! Go down from the stairs and make the trekking tour of the canal.”
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“pur essendo la spiaggia più vicina a Cisternino, è incatevole e potrete ammirare (lungo il percorso per arrivarci, passando per Speziale) alcuni degli ulivi secolari più belli.”
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Historic Site
“Matera is a unique and fascinating town steeped in history. Thought to be one of the world’s oldest towns dating back as far as the Palaeolithic times, Matera is now a popular tourist spot boasting hundreds of ancient caves, rock churches, delicious local cuisine and typical shops. The most famous part of Matera is the Sassi district, now designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 2019 European Capital of Culture. Here you can see hundreds of troglodyte dwellings and churches dug out of the rock.The cave dwellings were lived in until the 1950’s and are the most extensive example of their kind in the Mediterranean. ”
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“La residenza è sita all'interno del parco | The residence is inside the park”
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“I molteplici sentieri permettono di fare jogging, trekking e andare in mountain bike”
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“L'Oasi, di 380 ettari, è un ambiente umido tra i più importanti dell'Italia meridionale, ultimo superstite della vasta zona paludosa e boscosa che si estendeva da Brindisi ad Otranto. All’interno dell’area protetta ci sono zone boschive caratterizzate dalla presenza di pini, lecci e querce. Il cuore della riserva è però costituito dalle paludi di acqua dolce, qui la vegetazione è costituita prevalentemente da canneti a cannuccia di palude. Vi sono inoltre numerose specie di orchidee spontanee che durante i mesi primaverili fioriscono donando ulteriori colori a quest’area. Gli animali che popolano la riserva sono numerosi, in primavera è possibile osservare il volo delle coloratissimefarfalle”
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“Il parco naturale Costa Otranto - Santa Maria di Leuca si trova lungo la costa addriatica del salento ed offre tantissimi sentire in riva al mare. I sentieri si percorrono ammirando i tipici muretti a secco e le tipiche costruzioni in pietra salentine "le paiare" e piante tipiche del posto con dei colori fantastici. The natural park Costa Otranto - Santa Maria di Leuca is located along the Adriatic sea of ​​Salento and offers many feel the sea. The trails run through admiring the typical dry stone walls and stone buildings typical of Salento "the paiare" and plants typical of the place with fantastic colors.”
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“E un'area molto caratteristica, con paesaggi indimenticabili in cui sono presenti molto grotte con tracce di insediamenti che partono dal neolitico fino al tardo Novecento It is a very characteristic area, with unforgettable landscapes in which there are many caves with traces of settlements that start from the Neolithic to the late twentieth century”
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Historic Site
“Matera, Basilicata's jewel, may be the world's third-longest continuously inhabited human settlement. Natural caves in the tufa limestone, exposed as the Gravina cut its gorge, attracted the first inhabitants perhaps 7000 years ago. More elaborate structures were built atop them. Today, looking across the gorge to Matera’s huddled sassi (cave dwellings) it seems you've been transported back to the ancient Holy Land. Old Matera is split into two sections – the Sasso Barisano and the Sasso Caveoso – separated by a ridge upon which sits Matera’s gracious duomo (cathedral). The sassi, many little more than one-room caves, once contained such appalling poverty and unthinkable living conditions that in the 1950s Matera was denounced as the 'Shame of Italy', and the sassi-dwellers were moved on. Only in later decades has the value of this extraordinarily built environment been recognised, and in 2019 the city was recognised as a European Capital of Culture. What to taste Preparations based on simple ingredients with an intense flavour, which compose a rich and varied gastronomic offering. There are cured meats, lucanica in primis, made with pork shoulder from free-range animals bred in the wild, coarsely chopped with a knife and seasoned with wild fennel and then stuffed into a natural casing and hung to dry. Then there’s wild boar sausage; Rionero ventresca (innards sausage); and then cheeses, truffles (like scorzone); strazzata, a typical local focaccia, and the pride of the region’s production: the bread of Matera Also try crapiata, an ancient legume and cereal soup that’s perfect nourishment on the coldest days, and then dishes based on lamb, peperoni cruschi (dried sweet peppers); lagane, a fresh pasta similar to tagliatelle but thicker, broader and shorter; the cialledda, also known as the “reaper’s breakfast”, a mixture of wet bread, tomato, cucumber, peppers and olive oil.”
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“Great place for hiking, exploring, driving, sightseeing, photography... I could go on and on. The trees are just gorgeous. You have to see it for yourself. ”
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