Around Gallicchio we enter the lands of oil, with the boundless olive groves that extend throughout the lower Val d’Agri. The village stands on a cliff surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, as well as rocks dotted with caves, often used as agricultural deposits. Gallicchio also boasts a production of goat cheeses, cacioricotta and pecorino, with an intense and characteristic taste. A place of interest is certainly the Church dedicated tothe Assunta, which òpreserves a canvas with the Madonna del Carmine painted in 1613 by Giovanni Angelo D’Ambrosio. In the upper part of the village we find the Church del Carmine, which preserves the fresco dedicated to the Madonna among Saints. Leonardo and Pietro, by Giovanni Angelo D’Ambrosio.