Altitude: 548 m s.l.m.
The remnants of the acropolis on Mount Castello testify that the village was already there in the 4th century a.C. Overall, Cersosimo looks medieval. The remnants of the ancient city walls and the Church of St. Mary of Constantinople are useful to know about the burg’s history. Evocative palaces with beautiful sculpted portals offer an enchanting sight. Nearby Cersosimo there’s one of the few beech-woods of Lucania, which is particularly important from a floral perspective, because it is home for superb specimens of Neapolitan maple and alder. The Monaca spring is also important, because it offers healthy sulfurous water.