From being the land of exile and of robbers to become the perfect set for films. And its double name, Basilicata and Lucania, indicates an ancient vocation, intertwined with the history of its places. From Maratea, the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea, to Melfi, where Frederick II wrote his famous 'Constitutions'. From the Lucan Dolomites of Pietrapertosa to the mineral waters of Vulture. The cultural symbol of Basilicata, the Sassi di Matera (UNESCO), the 2019 European Capital of Culture.