Puglia Italy Cycling
A glimpse of PUGLIA…
Cycling through 500-yr old olive orchards. Sleeping in a 5* luxury cave.
Puglia is the land of amazing food and inspiring history. It’s located on the southern “boot” of Italy, and is known for it’s UNESCO world heritage sites and pasta making traditions. The landscape is created from the stunning Adriatic Sea and features charming fishing villages flowing into ancient olive groves.
Cycling and walking are the two best ways to explore Puglia. This group trip focuses on the cycling but there’s plenty to explore on foot if you’re not a cyclist. The food is exceptional, so we’ll be tasting our way each day, discovering the best of Puglia. Now is the best time to go before the world discovers remarkable Puglia. Cycling Mileage: 25 – 50 miles per day
Places you’ll see on this trip: Monopoli, Matera, Otranto, Ostuni and Alberobello
Did you know?
Puglia produces 60% of the olive oil in ALL of Italy?
Cycling. Walking. Swimming. Cooking Class. Olives. Wine.
Sextantio is a 5-star hotel offering a unique experience to see the ancient roots and the true history of Matera. Each of the 18 caves overlooks the Murgia Natural Park and has breathtaking views.
Guesthouse in Monopoli Center
This guesthouse is in the perfect location of Monopoli to explore by foot and bike.
Francesco from Lecce
Art collector. Political satirist. Interior designer. Want to really see behind-the-scenes of how Italians live & eat? If you’re extra nice, Francesco might invite you to sleep overnight at his five bedroom villa.