Situated on the edges of the Pollino National Park, Castelluccio
Inferiore lies in the Mercure Valleys on a spot where
the ancient Tebe Lucana stood and was eventually completely
One often identifies the places where the Medieval village
is positioned with the site of Tebe Lucana or Merulum, built
by the Osci and destroyed by Taranto.
It was a fief of the following families: Sanseverino, Palmieri,
Cicinelli, and the Pescara di Diano who ruled it until the
subversion of feudalism (1806).
For a long time, its historical vicissitude was linked to
that of Castelluccio Superiore, from which it separated at
the beginning of the 19th century.
A visit to the City
In the Medieval Village of Castelluccio Inferiore, one can
visit the Baroque Church of San Nicola of Bari, which preserves
a beautiful wooden choir and Baroque stuccoes.
Palazzo Baronale, embellished with stuccoes and frescoes,
is the ancient dwelling of the nobles of Castelluccio Inferiore.
In the Piano La Campanella district, one can visit the remains
of the ancient Merulum or Tebe Lucana, which have rendered
finds from the IV century BC.
Place of interest
Palazzo Baronale; San Nicola of Bari Matrix Church; S. Maria
delle Grazie Church (XVII century); S:S: Annunziata Church;
S. Giuseppe Church; S. Anna Church; Madonna della Neve Church
(XV century); S. Tommaso Chapel; S. Antonio Chapel (1573);
Fontana (Fountain) I 4 Pisciculi; the ruins of Merulum or