If you are looking for a very special spot in Italy where to walk among the wild and unspoilt nature, observing animals and birds of prey, the
Crossing the Pollino mountains in Basilicata, this magnificent park also offers a privileged experience to explore local customs and traditions and taste the authentic recipes.
Established in 1993 with the aim of preserving and protecting some of the rarest plants in the world, the park is also appreciated for its broad fauna made of wolves, wildcats, squirrels, boars and roe deer.
For those who enjoy relaxing holidays, it is important to know that the Pollino National Park is also famous for its springs of sulphurous and magnesian water, "The Calda." A visit to the thermal centre, the Terme Lucane may end the trip to Basilicata with a curative, wellness, and cosmetic experience.