Fardella is a town in the province of Potenza, in the southern Italian region of Basilicata also known as Lucania.
Fardella, located 756 meters above sea level, is a pittoresque village in the hilly landscape to the north of the National Park of Pollino. It is sourrounded by the forrests of Serra Cerrosa with its vantage point and the woods of Mesole. Situated between the River Sinni to the south and the Serrapòtamo to the north the village of Fardella looks back on more than 3.000 years of eventful history. This cultural heritage has roots in greek, norman and roman colonization to name only a few traits. Fardella itself was built in the sixteenth century and a few Palazzi from that period can still be seen in the town.
Fardella is accessable via the Strade Statale (SS104), which crosses the country since 1857. A more recent connection has been made to the Sinnica freeway. From Naples International Airport it's a three hour drive via Autostrada A3 to reach your destination.