Has a wealth of information and brochures on the area. If you are interested in pedal power, pick up Le Vie Verdi map, which shows eight bicycling routes in the Brindisi area, ranging from 6km to 30km.
This independent and helpful tourist information office also offers guided tours (leaving at 10.30am and 5pm each day from Piazza Duomo, from €10 per person) and bike rental (per hour/day/week €3/15/60).
Pollino National Park's main centre is Rotonda (elevation 626m), which is accessible from the A3 and SS19 and is home to the official park office, Ente Parco Nazionale del Pollino.
One of three main government-run offices. The others are in Castello di Carlo V and Piazza Sant'Oronzo.
There are also information kiosks at both the airport and the Stazione Centrale.
Based in the village of Bova, this outfit can connect you with seven trained guides and around 40 B&B beds across the Parco Nazionale dell'Aspromonte.
Aside from information, Naturaliter can help arrange walking- and donkey-treks and place you in B&Bs throughout the region.
Your best source of advice for the Parco Nazionale dell'Aspromonte. Try the website if you can't make it during opening hours.
This private operator in the heart of Matera's new town can give you the lowdown on sights, accommodation, tours and more.
Located off Piazza della Libertà, this helpful office can organise guided visits of the town in summer, and bike rental.