Travel Ideas

Some suggestions for your exclusive tour of Puglia and Basilicata
Matera, the Sassi and the Rock Churches

Matera, the Sassi and the Rock Churches

Imagine making a leap back in time and finding yourself in a city inhabited since the Neolithic age. That’s Matera. The Sassi and the Park of the Rock Churches are a tangle of emotions! It’s an extraordinary place, an open-air museum. Matera is a unique city, a UNESCO...

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Alberobello and The Itria Valley

Alberobello and The Itria Valley

The old town of Alberobello, is the only historical city centre in which all buildings are whitewashed trulli houses with conical roofs. They have been constructed with a special building technique without using mortar since prehistoric times. With its magnificent...

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Bike tour among the olive trees of Puglia

Bike tour among the olive trees of Puglia

Go cycling, stop for a walk and then... fly? An itinerary on two wheels among olive trees, immersed in nature but stopping in comfortable hotels and visiting enchanting villages. We provide you with bicycles: electric, mountain bikes or....  and, if you want a more...

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Castel del Monte, one of the most enigmatic places in Italy

Castel del Monte, one of the most enigmatic places in Italy

You cannot miss Castel del Monte, a strange, mystical place in Puglia (Apulia). It is a Unesco World Heritage site, its plan uses the figure “8” as the designing principle and its contours seem to follow the movement of the sun and the signs of the zodiac. The Emperor...

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The Lucan Dolomites, a breathtaking view!

The Lucan Dolomites, a breathtaking view!

To Castelmezzano where one can fly like and angel! But only for the very brave. The Knight Templars too where in these parts. It seems impossible that this land offers such a variety of landscapes. Today you are in the high mountains. Castelmezzano is a mysterious...

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Travelling to discover the “Pearls of Salento”

Travelling to discover the “Pearls of Salento”

Get ready to be surprised by so much beauty! Lecce is a baroque gem whose theatrical architecture is all the more dazzling in the sunshine. A maze of medieval alleys and stage-set piazzas to explore; Lecce is often nicknamed the Florence of the South owing to its...

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Palatine Tables and Magna Grecia

Palatine Tables and Magna Grecia

The remains of a temple dated sixth-century B.C. and the teachings of an ancient Greek philosopher. Pythagoras, after travelling from Greece to Egypt, landed in Italy, first in Crotone and then to Metaponto. He was one of the most important philosophers and...

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A walk among the lakes of Monticchio

A walk among the lakes of Monticchio

  Here we are in Melfi and the Vulture area. The Vulture is an ancient extinct volcano, and among its forests there are the Monticchio lakes and the Abbey of Saint Michael Archangel perched on the mountain side. In this territory one of the finest red wines of...

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Craco, a ghost town!

Craco, a ghost town!

A nice surprise! Craco is an uninhabited village, lost in the countryside. A surreal place. I recommend comfortable shoes! Did you know that Francis Ford Coppola opened a resort right here in Bernalda? His grandparents emigrated from here and he too was fascinated by...

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