Miceneo Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... sundried tomatoes in olive oil and freshly pressed olive oil, all home grown. It was only a short drive the next morning to drop the car off in the seaside resort of Pescara. Our hotel overlooked the now deserted beach, but there were still a lot of people walking and cycling along the path beside the beach. Most of the restaurants lining the seafront were also closed. The city was pleasant as most of the shops were in a pedestrian only area. The next day we were off to ...
... the Government relocated the 30,000 population to a new housing development.
Today the Government owns 70% of the properties. In recent times the area had been inhabited again, café, shops, boutique hotels - and is now listed as a UNESO World Heritage Site.
Absolutely delightful to wonder around - even in the rain, we spoke to a number of locals who are very excited about the rejuvenation of their town.
Today we move on to Policoro. It's a beautiful sunny day again and very warm. We set off on the main road and the deviate via Citvia. Eventually we arrive and find a pretty little town high up in the mountains which form the ,,,,,,,,,, national park. The area is really beautiful and the town has a number of sights and view points which were explore. We then continue through the National Park ...
A full day touring saw us visiting the natural wonders of the Grotto Di Castellana. These are magnificent stalactites, stalagmites, fossils and cavities that stretch 3 km in distance and 72 metres underground. The last cave was pure white so they tell me as Lyn didn't venture underground. Al enjoyed the tour but no photos allowed. Our next stop was Alberobello. This picturesque town is famous for its unique triulli - whitewashed dry ...
We ventured further afield today to visit the town of Matera - a Unesco world heritage site which has been granted the title of European City of Culture for 2019, for which they are very proud. We had watched a TV program about the town a while ago and wanted to take the opportunity to visit while we were here. The old town is made up of 100s of "sassi" - which are cave dwellings - some not recognisable as caves per se as they have a normal frontage, but ...