Highlights Of Puglia Self Guided Cycling

Italy

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Explore Puglia's unspoilt villages, gently rolling hills with a backdrop of the clear, emerald Adriatic.

Details

Duration: 11 Days
Starts in: Italy

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Arrive at Conversano

Conversano to Alberobello

At Alberobello

Alberobello to Pezze di Greco

At Pezze di Greco

Pezze di Greco to Monopoli

At Monopoli

Monopoli to Otranto

At Otranto (free day or optional ride)

Otranto to Lecce

Leave Lecce

Additional Information

Puglia offers a wonderful contrast of landscapes, from the fertile farming hamlets, vineyards and orchards of its interior to its dramatic, rocky coastline. Your holiday starts in Conversano and heads inland where you'll be blown away by a rich landscape of vineyards, olive groves, fruit orchards and fields of tomatoes and peppers alive with colour. Marvel at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Alberobello with its unique trulli houses - emblematic of the region - and the glistening, whitewashed village of Ostuni. After a transfer to San Cataldo you'll discover the delights of the stunning Salento coast, taking in Puglia's easternmost and southernmost point - an amazing sight - and the Baroque masterpiece that is Lecce, renowned for its stunning 18th century architecture and known as the 'Florence of the South'.

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