During our stay in San Nicola Arcella, the seven of us in our group hopped in our two rental cars (we were unable to get a hold of a rental van) and headed up to the old town of Maratea, in the province of Potenza, which is in the Basilicata region of Italy, along the Tyrrhenian coast.
Known as the “Pearl of the Tyrrhenian,” Maratea dates back to 15th – 14th century BC (based on archeological findings). That’s old!
It is old towns like Maratea that keep us returning to Europe, time and time again. There are always so many interesting things to see and photograph, and fun places to explore.
While the rest of the group relaxed in the plaza at a café with their coffee drinks and gelato, Bruce and I hiked up and down and all around, poking in and out of the twisting, narrow walkways. It was exhilarating!
Here, then, are scenes from the old town of Maratea:
WOW, ELAINE, your pics are fabulous. I’m really enjoying your blog. GRAZIE MILLE❤️
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Thanks! You’ll have to check out the very end of my next one! 😉