Self Guided Walking In Puglia And Matera

Italy

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Discover the beauty of Puglia and Matera at your own relaxed pace.

Details

Duration: 8 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

Start Matera

Beautiful morning hike to rock churches on the Murgia plateau

Morning transfer to Alberobello

Follow an old aqueduct through the Itria Valley, amongst ancient olive trees, vineyards and trulli

Transfer to Ostuni; the ‘White City’; optional loop walk

Transfer to Ostuni train station and train to Lecce; optional walk in the city

Train to Otranto and hike along the coastline

End Lecce

Additional Information

Puglia is a land forged in history by an incredible mixture of civilisations and cultures. From the unique 'trulli' style houses of Alberobello, the cave houses (Sassi) in Matera, to the beautiful White City of Ostuni. This independent walking trip allows you to discover the beauty of the region at your own relaxed pace. There is plenty of time to appreciate the magnificent coastline and spend lingering afternoons savouring the traditional cuisine.

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