Basilicata Homes For Sale

Basilicata real estate is somewhat of a hidden gem in Italy. This southern province is bordered by Apulla to the northeast, Campania to the northwest, and Calabria to the southwest. Its location next to the Mediterranean Sea makes this a stunning locale for a vacation home with its pristine beaches and wonderfully scenic coastline and majestic mountains.

Relatively undiscovered, this is one of the up-and-coming regions in Italy. If you're looking for a little peace and quiet area rich in culture and tradition, Basilicata, Italy real estate is worth considering. The pace of daily life is much slower here, and the regions still relies heavily on agriculture. As a result, prices are very affordable for homebuyers. Read more about Basilicata real estate.

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Basilicata Property

basilicata-real-estateThe majority of Basilicata real estate provides for ample investment opportunities. Homebuyers can find some amazing historical properties, many of which date back to the Middle Ages. The abundance of farmland also means plenty of rustic homes and farmhouses are available as well.

The Thyrrenian coastline is limited to a small area, but if you can get your hands on a property by the sea, you'll be rewarded with some of the cleanest beaches in Italy.

Basilicata Highlights

The highlight of the region is definitely the people and culture. You'll find small town charm everywhere in Basilicata from the friendly neighbors you'll know on a first name basis to the wonderful array of food and wine.

Parco Regionale Gallipoli Cognato e Piccole Dolomiti Lucane provides endless recreation for hikers and nature lovers alike. And of course a visit to the ancient city of Sassi di Matera, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must.

Capital: Potenza

Regional Specialties: Lagane (pasta), Aglianico (red wine), Asprinio (white wine), Malvasia (white wine), Moscato (white wine), Pezzente (salami), Casieddu di Moliterno (cheese made of sheep's milk).

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