Grand Hotel Marinagri

Address: Via San Giusto, Policoro, Basilicata, 75025, Italy | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel is located on Via San Giusto, Policoro.
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    Travel Blogs from Policoro

    Coming to the end in Montegiordano Marina

    A travel blog entry by 13en1975 on Aug 29, 2010

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... The next to go (Tuesday) will be Ornella and Daniella, two friends I have spend many evenings talking with on the beach, in the bars or just taking a walk. Their company has been fantastic and I will be sad to see them leave. I have been invited to Napoli so I am sure I will see them in the not to distant future.

    As for me, this is also the end of my time in Montegiordano Marina and the ...

    Greeks in Italy

    A travel blog entry by moscit on Aug 26, 2010

    6 photos

    In the morning we visited the ancient site of Metaponto, a greek colony from the 6th century BC.






    Founded by Epeius, the builder of the trojan horse, it was also the retirement place of Pythagoras who settled here after his ...

    Our Arrival in Magna Graecia

    A travel blog entry by moscit on Aug 25, 2010

    15 photos

    ... a very unique landscape composed of calanchi, hardened clay hills formed by water and wind. On the way, we also took the opportunity to stop by and check out the ghost town of Craco. It was abandoned ...

    Two incredible towns...

    A travel blog entry by 13en1975 on Aug 23, 2010

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... the scenario. We have made our way up in to the mountains by car and the theatre is down in a gauge, on top of a small river that runs between. Therefore we need to walk down a path to the bottom. The lighting for the pathway is amazing and as you walk down and look back, you can see the town built in to the mountain side. Arriving at the theatre, taking in the sounds, the people, the lighting and the view above, was quite incredible. I did not really understand to much of ...

    As I reach the half way point of my adventure...

    A travel blog entry by 13en1975 on Aug 15, 2010

    9 comments, 2 photos

    ... is just like a crepe. What raised my eyebrow is that they are ok with putting Nutella as a pizza topping but as soon as we talk about pineapple being a topping, they screw their faces up, even the children.

    The night on the beach was a success (see pic). There were lots of shooting stars, music and food. I had a great evening and it was so relaxing. I have even been back on a couple of further nights to sit on the ...