Located in the Basilicata region in southeast Italy, the ancient city of Matera is a unique example of a cultural tradition and civilisation stretching back to the Neolithic age. Natural caves were transformed into a labyrinth of houses and Byzantine churches so that today distinguishing the natural
rock formations and the architecture created by the ancient inhabitants is often impossible. Relatively unknown until recently, Matera is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Located in the Unesco World Heritage Site of Matera, the Relais la Casa di Lucio is a boutique cave hotel that has undergone extensive restoration. Dwellings are carved out of the mountainside and have been used as houses and churches over the past thousand...
Set in a Unesco World Heritage Site in Southern Italy, the Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita is a boutique cave hotel has undergone a 10 year conservation and restoration project. In Matera dwellings are carved out of the mountainside and have been used as...
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SimpleClean and comfortable with en suite bathrooms but limited facilities.
BasicVery modest with shared bathrooms and minimal facilities