The famous hiking on the "Path of Gods", an extraordinarily panoramic footpath above the Amalfi Coast. The scenery goes from hills dotted with just a few shrubs, where walkers frequently come across grazing sheep and goats, to a typically Mediterranean landscape littered with oaks, heather and rosemary. The path offers breathtaking views of the sea and the coast below.
Nestled between the more popular Puglia and Campania region, Basilicata, in the South of Italy, has remained mostly off the tourist radar. For no good reason, since here you can easily delight in all those great things Italy is known for: history, art, nature, seaside, food, hospitality. The mountains of Basilicata are dotted with charming villages in breathtaking, gravity-defying positions..
Heading to the village of Craco along a spectacular road in the heart of Basilicata.
Here we are! But the entrance to the town is forbidden. The town is "closed", it's a "ghost town".
Access to the town is allowed only with a licenced guide, who escorts the people within the old town to explore this incredible place.
Visit Craco and the villages in Basilicata with our private tour