Ask for more from a holiday in Puglia, immerse yourself in a millenary culture of karst excursions, rocky villages, art and architecture, secular mills, traditions and artisanal crafts that you’ll love.
Visit of Alberobello with a professional guide, for a stroll around the cosy streets of the old town for 2 hours. Alberobello’s striking expanse of trulli was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
Meeting in Ostuni, the picturesque White Town, perched on three hilss with a wonderful view, rich in history, craft shops and traditional restaurants.
2 hour visit of Martina Franca old town, a mixture of art and history, with the highlight of the small white houses that wind their way up the small, twisting streets.
Visit Cisternino, one of the nicest little borgo in Italy, with a professional guide, and then head to the famous Locorotondo. Eventual stop for a wine tasting, then end of the day with a funny “Apulian Lightings Lab” workshop.
Stroll around the cosy streets of the old town, very renown for the Roman Architecture style and taste the delicious local products.
Half day tour to Conversano, an elegant town of pre-Romanesque origin, and Rutigliano, a traditional village where you’ll visit a tradition pottery lab handled by an old Master, last heir of the “figulina” art which consist of creating original terracotta whistles.
Matera’s “Sassi” – Unesco world heritage from 1993 – area an unforgettable landscarpe, made of rock-hewn houses and churches.
A good occasion to taste a glass of Aglianico wine, “cruschi” peppers and the original focaccia.
Tour of Alberobello, the Trulli town, with its Monti and Aia Piccola quarters, UNESCO world heritage, and Martina Franca, famous for its Baroque old town and its Baroque buildings and churches. At the end of the tour you can reach the beautiful village of Noci.