The Camping Village Maratea is located in the Basilicata region - the ancient and green Lucania, famous for its woods, wolves and bandits - along the Tyrrhenian Sea in the far southern part of the town of Maratea.
It stands on a flat and timbered land and lies along a wide beach merging into cobalt-blue water. The ruins of the XIII century castle of Castrocucco loom above the campsite.
The village sits in the middle of three regions, Basilicata Calabria and Puglia, and therefore you can easily reach the most naturally and historically valuable areas.
The campsite exploits the natural shelter of the eucalyptus trees as well as some artificial shelter, where needed. The lack of noise – the campsite is reasonably far away from big urban centres -, its surrounding natural beauties, and the courtesy of our staff will ensure you enjoy a relaxing and peaceful holiday.
800 metres north of the campsite, and always heading northward, you can enjoy the beautiful coastline of Maratea. You can travel 30 km along the steep coast and you will find steep cliffs where the only form of vegetation is the privet, deep creeks, white and sun-baked sand inlets, islets, a small fisherman’s harbour, the historic centres of Lower and Upper Maratea, and towering over the town stands the white statue of Christ the Redeemer on the rock of Mount San Biagio.
The natural beauties will literally enthral you and give you an opportunity to spend an unforgettable holiday.