San Giorgio Lucano
Altitude: 416 m above s.l.
Officially, the town was built in the 17th century, when the Albanians in Corone, who had settled here as sheep farmers, were expelled. Amongst the many interesting sites to visit in San Giorgio Lucano, there’s the Sanctuary of the Madonna del Pantano, the Parish Church, the Chapel of the Madonna delle Grazie, and historic buildings such as Zito, La Canna, Torchitti. A honorable mention goes to Molino di Sole with its furnace, and the ancient Galanga and Falcuneta furnaces. The flora counts Codicino forest, Timpa and Timpone panoramic views, Sarmento river and Battispina spring.