Calane Hotel Village
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Calane Hotel Village Castellaneta
Travel Blogs from Castellaneta
... rife and infant mortality was 50%. The town is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and over the last few years, a number of the caves have been reclaimed and renovated and now include unusual and expensive hotels as well as housing.
We wandered down the narrow streets and listened to the church bells ringing all over town calling people to mass. We had a look inside a cave that was as it would have been in ...
... through the town. Known as the "White City" for these whitewashed, unique buildings, it was as surprising as Matera's architecture. The wine and food festival going on on the Main Street lured us down for some pre-dinner wine sampling and cards while we listened to too many repetitions of one piece of polka music while some natives danced for the crowd. Later, we wandered through the narrow alleys and walkways among the trulli, finally ...
We left Norwich at 8:30, swapped cars between Lebanon airport and Dartmouth Coach and were on the highway by 9:15 and at Logan by 11:15. Chris met us just as we were heading into security and Kate was 5 minutes behind. Flight left on time, arrived JFK on time and we were at the Lufthansa gate at JFK by 2 for our 5:45 flight. Several power walks around the pretty small terminal 1 ...
... feel with whitewashed houses, narrow streets and flowers in pots around the houses. There were a number of small gift shops and Charlotte got a couple of gifts to take home. Only a short drive back to our Trulli house, stopping at a very little supermarket to get pasta for dinner and a bottle of lemoncillo for 7.95 euro! Getting quite cool but enjoyed an evening wander around the farm, vineyards and garden. A lovely ...
... as yet. Interesting to be able to just wander down under ground. For thousands of years the inhabitants of Matera have lived in caves of tuff instead of building houses in wood, stone or straw. The small or large caves have always been known as “Sassi”, which is Italian for stone. In the 50s the number of people living in the Sassi increased, with a consequent decrease of the living conditions. Matera became ...