Acquafredda Di Maratea
Acquafredda Di Maratea At A Glance
Acquafredda Di Maratea is Best Known for: Its Beaches
Must Visit Beaches in Acquafredda Di Maratea: Porticello , Falling Stones and Marizza. At the beach of Porticello lies the entrance of the Dragon Cave, deep in various kilometers, accessible only by experienced speleologists. Further north, the Grotta della Scala beach, reachable only by sea, then the largest beaches of Luppa and Anginarra , divided by a small cliff barrier, easily reachable by car.
Hidden Gems of Acquafredda Di Maratea: Acquafredda Villa Nitti, overlooking the sea, once a "buen retreat" of the homonymous President of the Italian Council of the 1920s, now owned by the Basilicata Region and home to artistic and cultural events.
What to Eat in Acquafredda Di Maratea: Enjoy a summery dish of courgettes baked with egg and cacio (sheep’s cheese) and sea bass baked with breadcrumbs, almonds and garlic.