Palazzo Gattini

An eighteenth-century Count’s residence with a white, clean façade made of tuff blocks, which dominates the rocky cavea of the Sassi di Matera, the largest rocky urban nucleus in the whole Mediterranean, witness of a millenary civilization, and the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Italy. “Palazzo Gattini” means aristocratic blazon and contemporary refinement, a graceful, harmonious combination, in which every aspect, from the accommodations to the gastronomic proposal, is a perfect distillation of style.