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CasaVacanza, Policoro(MT),Mar IonioPolicoro is an ideal location for a vacation that combines the pleasures of the sea, town, and countryside. Off the beaten path followed by most tourists, Policoro, a lively little city of 20,000 people, offers visitors cultural and historical discoveries as well as personal encounters that will make a vacation in Southern Italy memorable.
Completely renovated in 2014, the 900 square ft apartment is on the first floor of a two-unit apartment building. It contains an eat-in kitchen with new appliances, a living room with a pull-out couch for two, 2 large bedrooms (with a queen size bed in one and a two single beds in the other), a bathroom with tub and shower, and two balconies that overlook the town. All the furniture is new.
Thanks to its location in the heart of town -- only 200 meters or 656 feet from the main street and central Square – guests can reach the central bus station, the supermarket, the post office, and a number of banks, café’s, gelaterias, and shops in a few minutes
The apartment allows guests to enjoy the tranquility of the town and its varied amenities, as well as the pleasures of the sea, with its clear, clean water and full seaside beach facilities, The beach is close to town, and can be reached by bus (the bus stop a few feet from the apartment), bicycle, or by car. The long beachfront of Policoro is bordered by two rivers, the Sunni and the Agra, and is surrounded by pinewoods, which invite long, relaxing walks on foot or by bicycle.
Beside the sea, there are many other attractions:
•One can visit the National Museum of the Siritide, where one can see the art and archaeology of Greek influences ancient town known as Siris and Heraclea, flowering centers of culture and commerce of the Magna Graecia.
•A few miles away is Metaponto, another city founded by the Greeks, with archeological ruins, the Palatine Tables, and its own museum. (see the recent NYT article on the region. http://www.nytimes.com/travel/guides/europe/italy/overview.html
•From Policoro, it is easy to visit Matera, one of the most unusual and beautiful cities of the Pianeta, and recently crowned City of Culture for 2019, UNESCO World Heritage site. From Policoro, you can visit Matera and its famous caves or Sassi in only 40 minutes by car or public bus.
•One may also spend a day or a weekend in the mountains. Il Parco Nazionale di Pollino, one of the largest parks in Italy, is only 70 kilometers from Policoro. It is blessed with rare species and breathtaking panoramas, and is famous for its Loricato Pines, a symbol of the park and its wild, uncontaminated nature
•You can discover characteristic peasant villages, small towns, and locale farms where you can savor traditional regional and peasant dishes and Mediterranean specialties.
•Traditional festivals and musical events are held throughout the region in the summer months.
The apartment house is situated in the center of town, within reach of everything you need. The beach is 2 km away, Matera 70 km, Taranto 70km, and all the ancient towns are quite close by. Calabria is only 10 km away.