The City of Maratea, awarded with the honorary title of “City” on 10 December 1990 by the President of the Italian Republic Francesco Cossiga. Title of which Maratea already boasted since 1531 signed by Charles V of Habsburg. Also defined as the city of 44 churches, almost all of which are worth visiting. Maratea is located in Basilicata and overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea across the Gulf of Policastro. The landscape that Maratea offers is a mix between fairy tale and magic. In fact, once you arrive in its territory you will be captured by the beauty of its coasts and by the romance of its paths that you will find in the mountains. Precisely for this Maratea throughout the year offers different types of excursions that are divided between sea and mountains.
In addition to its natural beauty we find a beauty recreated by man, we are talking about the numerous works built over the years and protected to this day. A village to be discovered included in the most beautiful villages in Italy. An ideal location to experience slow tourism to reconnect with nature, thanks to its welcoming climate all year round, 30 km of coastline between paths to be covered on foot or by bicycle or along its jagged coast by kayak or by boat
First of all the Christ of Maratea which with its majesty protects Maratea from the summit of Monte San Biagio. The Christ built in 1969 by the entrepreneur Rivetti has become the symbol of Maratea all over the world, it has also made it possible to create a twinning with Rio de Janeiro, in fact the statue is very similar to the Christ present in Brazil, they differ only in height.
Maratea is a place suitable for those who want to spend relaxing periods and more.
Meeting point, the Tourist Port of Maratea, in the summer the fulcrum of parties, music and joy.Many of its trendy clubs and its little square are the reference point for aperitifs at sunset.
The countless beaches of Marataea, all different from each other, many awarded for their beauty.
Among the best known we find the Spiaggia Nera, the Spiaggia del Nastro second most beautiful in Italy, the Spiaggia di Vranni, the Macarro and the Secca. Each beach has a characteristic that differentiates it from the others and makes it unique, which can be reached on foot or only by boat. Maratea is unique and will surprise you every day with ever-changing shows of nature, famous for its unique and wonderful sunsets.
The city of Maratea is also known as the City of 44 Churches due to the number of its sacred places, located in the many small villages that make up the Borgo di Maratea, churches, chapels, chapels, churches and even caves. Among these is the Church of the Addolorata dating back to the 19th century, with a single nave with a rectangular plan and a pitched roof. Surrounded by a wonderful square, the heart of the town set between the characteristic houses and the greenery of the Mediterranean scrub of the small but suggestive Cersuta. The church houses a sculpture depicting Our Lady of Sorrows from 1899 and a painting depicting Christ on the Cross from the 19th century. The Addolarata church is perfect not only for its architectural beauties but also for the short distance from the estate to host weddings and the many events organized at the location.
Via Capo la Nave, 4
Maratea, (PZ) Basilicata
Cod. Esercenti 1202
DEGU SRLS p.iva : 02014850768
Tel.: +39 347-8021537