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S.Mauro F.-Accettura.-Pietrapertosa-P.Gallipoli-S.Mauro F.

S.Mauro F.-Accettura.-Pietrapertosa-P.Gallipoli-S.Mauro F.

02:51
44.3 mi
15.5 mph
6,075 ft
12,700 ft

Tour Overview

0 yd
5.69 mi
8.76 mi
8.84 mi
11.6 mi
13.1 mi
16.2 mi
16.5 mi
20.3 mi
20.4 mi
20.4 mi
20.5 mi
23.0 mi
29.9 mi
30.0 mi
34.3 mi
37.2 mi
44.2 mi
44.4 mi
44.3 mi

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Cristian went cycling.

May 30, 2021

Comments

  • Cristian

    Nice Tour !! As usual, this tour must always be done, it always creates beautiful emotions, beautiful climbs and a landscape that rewards all the effort made !!!!

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    • May 31, 2021

  • Bäda

    A great tour in a beautiful landscape! I envy you! We'll be back in the south in autumn!

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    • June 1, 2021

  • Cristian

    Thank you so much Peter !!
    Beautiful people like you are well accepted in the south!

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    • June 2, 2021

  • Cristian

    Pietrapertosa
    Pietrapertosa is a town in the province of Potenza located near the suggestive peaks of the Lucanian Dolomites, it is part of the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
    Pietrapertosa shows itself as an ancient village that has managed to maintain its medieval appearance over time, especially in the oldest part located on the slopes of the Castle which still retains the ancient Saracen name of Arabat characterized by narrow streets and dead ends. Typically single-family houses arranged in rows from top to bottom, adapt to the lay of the land, and become an integral part of the surrounding environment, so much so that often the rock takes on the function of the wall of the houses.
    Pietrapertosa is a town in the province of Potenza located near the suggestive peaks of the Lucanian Dolomites, it is part of the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
    Pietrapertosa shows itself as an ancient village that has managed to maintain its medieval appearance over time, especially in the oldest part located on the slopes of the Castle which still retains the ancient Saracen name of Arabat characterized by narrow streets and dead ends. Typically single-family houses arranged in rows from top to bottom, adapt to the lay of the land, and become an integral part of the surrounding environment, so much so that often the rock takes on the function of the wall of the houses.
    image Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucanian Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucanian Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucanian Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucanian Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucanian Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucanian Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucanian Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucane Dolomites Pietrapertosa (PZ) - Lucane Dolomites image
    Visiting Pietrapertosa one has the feeling that everything is regulated according to the rock, for example the numerous stairs, are the exemplification of the symbiosis between the town, its inhabitants and the rock, the manifestation of living one's own territory that cannot deny the massive, almost bursting presence of nature, but it must make it an integral part of the urban structure. Pietrapertosa takes its name from the ancient Petraperciata, that is, perforated due to the presence of a perforated cliff from side to side, and is the highest town in Basilicata, with its 1088 m of altitude, it develops on the rocks of the Lucanian Dolomites, well protected from any incursions from the valley. This character of natural fortress and the ability to dominate the Basento valley have contributed to favoring the presence of man since ancient times.
    The tourist who arrives in Pietrapertosa cannot fail to climb the Castle otherwise they would miss a suggestive and exceptionally beautiful spectacle, difficult to describe. The gaze can sweep over mountains, woods, sparkling streams and rivers, hills, valleys, which alternate and overlap all around; from the summit you can experience the thrill of being projected between earth and sky.

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    • August 31, 2021

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