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The Basilicata, located in southern Italy, is a region characterized by a striking coastline that faces both the Ionian Sea to the east and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west. Its coastline alternates between sandy beaches and rocky cliffs and hidden bays.

The Ionian part of the coast of Basilicata is renowned for its fine sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Among the most famous coastal resorts are Policoro, with its long, equipped beaches and nature reserve, and Metaponto, with its archaeological ruins dating back to ancient Magna Graecia.

The Tyrrhenian coast, on the other hand, is characterized by wilder landscapes and cliffs. Here are places such as Maratea, known as "the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea," with its coves framed by imposing limestone cliffs and the famous Christ Redeemer towering over the bay, the beach of Acquafredda with its crystal-clear waters and charming fishing village, and the beach of Castrocucco.

The cuisine of these areas is rich in Mediterranean flavors, with dishes based on fresh fish and local products such as extra virgin olive oil, cheeses and fine wines.

From a naturalistic point of view, Basilicata also offers natural reserves and marine parks, which can be visited both by sea and land, offering unique opportunities for nature and water sports lovers.

In addition, the region is enriched by a rich historical and cultural heritage, with ancient medieval villages, castles and archaeological sites that bear witness to its long history.

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