ALTAMURA, SASSI DI MATERA E CHIESE RUPESTRI
NATALE A MATERA PRESEPE VIVENTE SASSI DI MATERA,CHIESE RUPESTRI E CRIPTA DEL PECCATO ORIGINALE
NATALE A MATERA PRESEPE VIVENTE SASSI DI MATERA,CHIESE RUPESTRI E CRIPTA DEL PECCATO ORIGINALE - Partenza da Roma
Immersed in a pine forest in front of the beach, the property boasts an easy position that makes it easy to reach the town of Marina di Ginosa.
The structure is about 100 meters from the sea (sandy beach).
Furnished respecting the Mediterranean style, the rooms are all equipped with: air conditioning, telephone, TV, private bathroom, minibar, hairdryer, safe.
The difference between the rooms is the size of the windows that are present in the rooms.
The standards, have large windows that allow the view outside, instead the economy have smaller windows and do not allow the view outside. But at the same time, the economy is larger than the standard and has windows to the bathrooms, which do not have the standards.
24-hour reception, lift, restaurant, bicycle storage, TV room, bar, pool bar, internet point, garden, parking, disabled facilities and wheelchairs, babysitting service, animation, playground, outdoor swimming pool with sunbeds and umbrellas, beach service, free beach, bike rental.
Check in : from 5pm
Check out : before 10am
The area surrounding Marina di Ginosa is populated by picturesque places, destination of different tourist itineraries. If you love nature you can start to discover the many naturalistic areas of Basilicata and Puglia: starting from the ravines, real canyons that extend from Ginosa in Grottaglie. Within these deep caves, populated by different plant and animal species, has developed over millennia of history, rock civilization, with evidence of great importance. On the traces of this civilization are inserted more popular destinations such as the Sassi of Matera or the Masserie di Crispiano, which recently acquired a new vocation, transforming itself from farms and zootechnics into exclusive and sought-after accommodations. Lovers of archeology must make a stop in Metaponto, to find the remains of the ancient city founded by the Achaeans and in Taranto at the renowned National Archaeological Museum (MARTA). Those looking for art can not fail to be fascinated by the testimonies of Salento in the Baroque period, from the Romanesque cathedrals of Ruvo Di Puglia, Bitonto, Trani or the famous stone houses with a cone-shaped roof. These are the trulli of Alberobello, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. History enthusiasts can choose to go to the discovery of the castles of Frederick II, the most famous of which is undoubtedly Castel del Monte near Andria.