Vulture, located north of Basilicata, is a unique area in the world,
due to the important natural elements that compose it.
In fact, it is the only place to find the three elements together
most precious on the planet: water, oil, wine.
Landscape rich in history, in which tangible signs of the
passage of the Normans. Among all, the castle of Frederick II of Swabia in Melfi.
Homeland of Aglianico del Vulture, the oldest vine in Italy
imported by the Greeks in the seventh century. B.C.
The morphology was shaped by the lava flows
of the ancient volcano Monte Vulture,
now inactive for about 700 million years, which they created
the gentle hills that follow one another around the whole volcano.
A breathtaking landscape that attracts many tourists
from the world throughout the year.
Territory rich in medieval villages, with customs, culture and folklore still
intact and jealously guarded by the inhabitants who live in these areas.
A half to discover, every day of the year!