The villages of Maratea



How many Maratea ? 

The town of Maratea is composed of several hamlets: a satellite system of villages that gravitate around the original urban core of Maratea center called Centro Storico (Old Town, formerly known as "Il Borgo") located on the south side of the valley, at an altitude of 310 mt. above sea level, on the slopes of Monte San Biagio.

The municipal area borders as well as with the Tyrrhenian Sea, with the municipalities of Sapri (Salerno, Campania), Tortora (Cosenza, Calabria), Rivello and Trecchina (Potenza, Basilicata).

On the coast, from north to south, the villages are respectively Acquafredda, Cersuta, Fiumicello-Santa Venere, Porto, Marina di Maratea and Castrocucco.
Inland, east of Mount San Biagio, are the villages of Massa, Brefaro and Santa Caterina (the Castle); west of the same mountain, Curzo and Campo.
  
They are so many, and not a single Maratea: this is the charm of Maratea.


the Map

mappa borghi maratea

Acquafredda

acquafredda maratea
The most northern seaside village

Brefaro & Massa

massa di maratea

The authenticity of mountain villages


Castello di Maratea

monte san biagio maratea

The ancient "Maratia Superior"


Castrocucco

castrocucco secca maratea

Former independent fief; the southernmost


Centro Storico

centro storico maratea

The Borough of  "Maratia Inferior"


Cersuta

castello maratea

Spectacular descents to the sea


Port of Maratea

porto di maratea

The ancient fishing port


Marina di Maratea

castello maratea

Scenic coastline and fabulous beaches