What to see and do near the Terrazzo sul Sinni
Just a short distance away, you’ll be able to reach beautiful sandy shores and a turquoise sea.
The hilltop village of Rotondella with its unique spiral layout is just a few kilometers from the agriturismo. The views from this village, known as the “Balcony of the Ionian Sea” are spectacular!
Also in the area, you can visit a WWF natural oasis and woods. Archaeological sites dating to Magna Grecia are just a short drive away and are a must-see.
This will be a holiday you will never forget! Nature, ancient history, and relaxation all come together at the Terrazzo sul Sinni.
Half day trips
Rotondella is a medieval village that spirals up a hilltop with stunning views of the Ionian Sea and the Gulf of Taranto.
policoro and nova siri
The Ionian Coast is a dream come true with its golden beaches and crystal clear sea.
Full day trips
Metaponto is not only a seaside destination but just a few kilometers inland, you’ll also find archaeological sites dating to Magna Grecia.
lido di metaponto
The Ionian coast is paradise on earth with locations like this one.
Craco is known as a “ghost village” because it is as if time has stood still for the past several hundred years! Fascinating!
One of the most mystical and fascinating cities in all of Italy.
Sasso Caveoso and Sasso Barisano
Matera’s caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see when you visit Basilicata.
Pollino national park
The Pollino National Park is the largest in Italy and yet, virtually undiscovered by most tourists. It stretches from part of Basilicata to Calabria.
gallipoli cognato regional park
This regional park has everything from hilltop villages to hiking trails, rafting, and lots more.