- The Lucanian Dolomites: the mountain massif, which rises between the small towns of Castelmezzano and Pietrapertosa will offer you a spectacle no less worthy than that offered by the northern Dolomites. Rocky paths, characteristic animals. And the pink color of a romantic sunset.
- The Sassi of Matera: Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993, they form the oldest part of the Lucan city, excavated in the bare rock since the Paleolithic. A constant dialogue between Man and Nature that has transformed those places into an authentic "living crib".
- National Parks: The largest is the Polino National Park located between Basilicata and Calabria. It has both natural sites like the snow capped peaks and archaeological sites like the ancient forests. It has rare species of animals including otters, Apennine wolf and wild cats.
- Variety of coastlines: The golden sandy beaches of the Ionian Coast and the plunging cliffs of the Tyrrhenian Coast make Basilicata the ideal destination for those who love to be surrounded by crystal-clear waters and sunny beaches during their cycling holidays.
- Food: Wedged between Mountains and the Sea, Basilicata boasts a varied food tradition, a mix of simple, wholesome and intensive falvours.