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Welcome to Agrumare!
In the countryside of Basilicata, a few kilometres from the Ionian Sea, you will find our Agrumare Farm Holiday, a splendid holiday facility surrounded by a citrus grove and equipped with all amenities. Book your stay at Agrumare to spend your days in the countryside or at the seaside in complete comfort or to visit the countless tourist attractions of Basilicata and Apulia regions. We are open all year round.
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Available Services

Breakfast included
Suites with a separate entrance
English spoken
Main credit cards accepted
Guided tours in the sourrounding area
Renting car inside
Free Wi-Fi
Business Corner
Swimming Pool
Shuttle to the Seaside and Airport
Tourist Information
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Contacts and Reservation

Agrumare Farm Holiday
Contrada Cesine - Via Telemaco snc
75015 Marconia di Pisticci MT Italia (mappa)

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Surroundings

  • Metaponto

    Metaponto

    In the middle of the ancient Magna Graecia you can visit the archaeological site of Metaponto – with its Tavole Palatine (Palatine Tables) and an Archaeological Park – as well as Policoro and Taranto with their national archaeological museums, the homes of priceless pieces of historical evidence since the 8th century BC.
  • Matera

    Matera

    The ancient town of Rioni Sassi: Matera has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1992 and was declared European Capital of Culture for 2019. Its origins cannot be traced back and Matera is an open-air museum where different historical periods and dominations followed one another without interruption in a maze of many-sided houses and churches carved from the rock.
  • Pisticci

    Pisticci

    It is one of the most important centre in the hill of Matera and represents an excellent mix of history, nature, culture, customs and wine and food traditions.
  • Craco

    Craco

    This “ghost” town stands out solemnly and fiercely amongst the Calanchi (“Badlands”). The inhabitants depopulated it after a landslide during the 1960s. Craco was chosen as a film set for several Italian and foreign productions and today it shows its beauties through evocative guided tours.
  • Valley of Agri

    Valley of Agri

    Aliano, a small town surrounded by the Calanchi, hosts a literary park named after Carlo Levi, a writer who was exiled to Aliano by the Fascist regime. Tursi boasts archaeological evidence of different dominations (the Goths, the Visigoths, the Byzantines and the Normans), with its Anglona sanctuary and the Saracen quarter of Rabatana.
  • Valley of Sinni

    Valley of Sinni

    Senise, with the production of the famous peperone crusco IGP (dried pepper with protected geographical indication), is an important medieval centre with a castle and a Franciscan church. Valsinni is a village clinging to a cliff and hosting “Isabella Morra” literary park. Colobraro, the “village without name”, is characterized by magical and imaginary legends.
  • Vulture-Melfese

    Vulture-Melfese

    This area was a second home to Frederick II who built the Castle of Melfi, the Cathedral of Acerenza and Castel Lagopesole, where traditions cross the mystery of Templars. You can taste the very well-known Aglianico wine and visit the archaeological park of Venosa.
  • Basilicata Mountains

    Basilicata Mountains

    You can visit the Pollino National Park – with the volo dell'Aquila (the eagle flight) in San Costantino Albanese – the Gallipoli Cognato Park and the Dolomiti Lucane of Pietrapertosa and Castelmezzano where you can experience the Volo dell’Angelo (the Angel Flight) and fly over a cliff between two mountains while you’re suspended mid-air. At the Grancia Park you can watch "La storia bandita" (The outlawed history) show.
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