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Pertosa-Auletta Grotte

Località Muraglione, 18/20, 84030 Pertosa SA, Italy


About Pertosa-Auletta Grotte

The Pertosa-Auletta caves are a complex of karst cavities of tourist importance, located in the municipality of Pertosa. The karst complex develops in the subsoil of the nearby municipalities of Auletta and Polla, at 263  m asl , along the left bank of the Tanagro river.  The caves of Pertosa-Auletta have a flow of over 50,000 visitors a year in constant growth. Open to tourists since 1932, the first section can be visited with a particular boat pulled by a steel cable, which serves to reach the

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Apeninos lucanos24.23km from Pertosa-Auletta Grotte

The lucanos Apennines is the section of the ridge of the Apennines extending arcuate from Sella di Conza (between Campania and Basilicata to the Passo dello Scalone. It is bounded by Sele rivers to the west, Ofanto to the north, Bradano to the east, from the Gulf of Taranto to the southeast, from the Tyrrhenian Seato the southwest and the Sibari plain to the southeast. The Bell Apennines are a part of the Southern Apennines.

The Appennino Lucano Val d'Agri Lagonegrese National Park is a national park located in Basilicata and established in 2007 and is, in chronological order, the penultimate Italian national park to have been established.  The park has an extension of 68 996 hectares along the Lucan Apennines, includes 29 municipalities in Basilicata and 9 mountain communities.  The territory is rich in woods. From the vegetational and floristic point of view, the lower altitudinal belt presents the evergreen oak w

Certosa of Saint Lawrence27.86km from Pertosa-Auletta Grotte

The Charterhouse of Padula , or San Lorenzo, is a charterhouse located in Padula, in the Vallo di Diano, in the province of Salerno. It is the first charterhouse to be built in Campania, anticipating that of San Martino in Naples and San Giacomo in Capri. Extending over an area of ​​51,500 m², arranged over three cloisters, a garden, a courtyard, and a church, it is one of the most sumptuous Baroque monumental complexes in southern Italy, as well as the largest charter nationwide and among the l

Cilento and Vallo di Diano National Park28.77km from Pertosa-Auletta Grotte

The national park of Cilento, Vallo di Diano and Alburni is a national park established in 1991, while in 1995 the body for its management was established. The protected natural area of about 36 000 hectares, entirely included in the province of Salerno, was subsequently extended to bring its surface to 181 048 hectares, corresponding today to the southern part of the province, between the Sele plain to the north, the Basilicatato the east and south and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west.

Musmeci Bridge31.3km from Pertosa-Auletta Grotte

The “Viadotto dell Industria” also known as "Bridge over the Basento" river or Musmeci Bridge, connects Potenza city centre exit on the Sicignano-Potenza motorway with the main access roads in the southern part of the city, which is in Italy.  Designed by the Italian engineer Sergio Musmeci in 1967, and built between 1971 and 1976, the bridge perfectly incarnates Musmeci's architectural theories. The structure cost about 920,000,000 Italian liras.

Monte Volturino32.12km from Pertosa-Auletta Grotte

The Monte Volturino - whose name derives from the Latin vultur - is a peak in the middle of ' Lucan Apennines which rises up to touch the 1,836 meters d' altitude s.lm the center of a vast and mountainous group, of which it constitutes the highest peak.  The mountain is visible in all its majesty both from the Agri valley and from the Camastra valley.  The entire mountainous area is configured as a toothed greenhouse.

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Difficult accessibility and lack of extended promotion make Basilicata one of the most remote and least visited regions of Italy. However, tourism is slowly growing since the early 2000s. Matera, once dubbed "national disgrace" by prime minister Alcide De Gasperi who urged to take strict development measures due to its extreme poverty, is now Basilicata's main attraction and has gained fame worldwide for its historical center, the Sassi, designated in 1993 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.