The guided tour of Minervino will start from the precious village, where there are numerous monuments such as the Lombard-Norman Baronial Palace with a neoclassical facade, the Castle, now the Town Hall, whose oldest part dates back to the eleventh century.The tour continues towards the Lighthouse, built in 1932 and dedicated to the war dead. From its particular position you can admire the panorama from the Vulture volcano (Basilicata) to the Gargano mountain (Puglia).Leaving the lighthouse behind us, we will enter the historic center called "Scesciola" because of its narrow streets where you can easily lose yourself. We will visit the Cathedral built under the Norman domination.Just outside the village, at the end of a valley where once a small river ran, the tour will end with a visit to the Cave of St. Michael Archangel, a beautiful site, dated in 1000 AD thanks to a parchment found in the Abbey of Montecassino
During the excursion there is a bathroom break in one of the most beautiful places on the Polignano coast.With the Cliff Tour you can enjoy a tasty aperitif with fresh drinks and prosecco offered by the crew.WE WILL SHOW YOU THE HIDDEN TREASURES OF THE BEAUTIFUL POLIGNANO A MARE.
the Mazzone farm is a family business producing wines for 3 generations only with grapes from their own vineyards. Over the years the company has received numerous awards for the quality of its wines. For some years we have opened the doors of our company to visitors, to let them know how our wines are born, in a quiet and relaxing atmosphere in the shade of ancient olive trees. The whole tour will be accompanied by our enolgo which will also cover the final tasting of native wines: Nero di Troia, Bombino bianco, Minutolo, Malvasia bianca.A tour appreciated by many travelers from all over the worldMinimum 2 people
Visit a winery immersed in the Apulian countryside where you will learn all about wine production and you can admire the vineyards from which the prestigious DOC wines of local production derive. You can also taste 5 wines and typical specialties including bruschetta, focaccia, cheese, omelette, salami, extra virgin olive oil. The tour includes a guided tour of the factory and the cellar created in a natural cave where wines are preserved and a bicycle tour through the vineyards to discover the Apulian countryside.- This package includes only the guide and transport, the fee for the tasting and the light lunch will be paid on site separately (€ 25 per person). -
Polignano a mare - 2-hour boat tour ----------------------------------------- -----The boat tour will let you discover the sea caves between Polignano and Monopoli and stop in the best corners to swim in the crystal-clear sea. This tour is provided by an external company.Polignano a mare - 1-hour in the old town (standard tour) ----------------------------The old town is perched on a rocky headland overlooking the sea and thanks to the beautiful terraces it's possible to admire sea caves and natural creeks carved into the rock by waves over time. The old town hides an amazing Cathedral and narrow alleys that always lead to the sea.The taste of the famous "special coffee", the exclusive invention of a well-known pastry chef, deserves a stop.- This package includes only the guide and transport, the fee for the tasting and the light lunch will be paid on-site separately (€ 40 per person). -
Visit a renowned Apulian olive mill to find out all about the region's liquid gold and its production methods drawn from centuries-old olive trees. Follow the tasting of the most famous types of standard and flavored extra virgin olive oil and lunch in the garden restaurant with typical Apulian specialties. Lunch includes 7 courses of appetizers, a first course, seasonal fruit, dessert, wine, water and bitter.- This package includes only the guide and transport, the fee for lunch or dinner will be paid on site separately (€ 30 per person). -
Capital of Puglia, Bari boasts the presence of the Basilica of San Nicola, an important example of Apulian Romanesque architecture. This church is included amongst the most important places of worship in the world, where Catholic and Orthodox worship blend together. You will visit the old town (including the fish market, both Ferrarese and Mercantile squares, the Ancient wall "la Muraglia", the Basilica of Saint Nicholaus, the Cathedral, the Norman-Swabian Castle and walk down the alleys up to the "pasta" street"). You will stop in different locations to taste our most popular street food ( "focaccia", "popizze" and "sgagliozze").It's possible to personalize this tour by sending us a request or to choose a different meeting point in Bari.
--- CASTELLANA CAVES --- 1st Stop 1 or 2 hours - shared / group tourThe Grotte of Castellana is one of the most important attractions of Puglia and a natural heritage site of inestimable value to Italy.The tour winds along a distance of 3 km, a unique guided tour of the caves to more than 60 meters deep in an amazing scenery at a constant temperature of around 16 ° -18 °.----- POLIGNANO A MARE ---- 2nd Stop 1 hour - free timeThe old town is perched on a rocky headland. The old town hides an amazing Cathedral and narrow alleys that always lead to the sea.The taste of the famous "special coffee", the exclusive invention of a well-known pastry chef, deserves a stop.
I will be your tour angel who will take you around Puglia through the most beautiful and significant places in this fascinating region.Personalized or themed tours to let you experience the emotions that only this land can give you. The contact with nature, the crystalline sea, the characteristic villages that preserve their ancient history and local traditions intact. The healthiest and tastiest gastronomy in all of southern Italy, with products from the sea and the land.The setting of the evening gives these places a unique magic that is reflected in its numerous castles, in its watch towers on the sea, in the premises of the youthful nightlife, in the stone of ancient Romanesque cathedrals and in its people always cheerful and welcoming. Contact me and your vacation in Puglia will be unforgettable and ... if you want it ...... I will make you feel real Apulian.
ake a walk through the picturesque city of Bari after dark during this 2-hour night tour.Meet your guide in piazza del Ferrarese to begin this enchanting evening tour of the City. A night tour is especially nice in summer, to take advantage of cooler evening temperatures. See some of the city's most famous monuments illuminated, including The Basilica of San Nicola, the Cathedral of San Sabino, the pictoresque alleys of old town with its shops of crafts and street food. Low your pace to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of a night walking to discover the town from the old centre to the modern area with the most famous streets of shopping, like Corso Cavour and Via Sparano. Ask your guide suggestions about the best places for food and fashion shopping.
From historic winery to wine museumGuided tour and tasting in the cave of wines and local products(focaccia, bread, taralli, cheese and dairy products)- PAPAVERO \ Duration: 60 min \ Wines to taste: 1- TARASSACO \ Duration: 60 min \ Wines to taste: 2- VILUCCHIO \ Duration: 60 min \ Wines for tasting: 3- RADICCHIELLA ROSEA "A tour in the vineyard between history, tradition and respect for nature" \ Duration: 120 min \ Wines to taste: 3
The guided tour of Minervino will start from the precious village, where there are numerous monuments such as the Lombard-Norman Baronial Palace with a neoclassical facade, the Castle, now the Town Hall, whose oldest part dates back to the eleventh century.The tour continues towards the Lighthouse, built in 1932 and dedicated to the war dead. From its particular position you can admire the panorama from the Vulture volcano (Basilicata) to the Gargano mountain (Puglia).Leaving the lighthouse behind us, we will enter the historic center called "Scesciola" because of its narrow streets where you can easily lose yourself. We will visit the Cathedral built under the Norman domination.Just outside the village, at the end of a valley where once a small river ran, the tour will end with a visit to the Cave of St. Michael Archangel, a beautiful site, dated in 1000 AD thanks to a parchment found in the Abbey of Montecassino. Final tasting of the typical giant “panzerotto”
The city fortifications are the protagonists of this itinerary. From the implantation of the megalithic walls at the Bastion of Santa Scolastica, to the demolition of the city defenses by Murat who started the chessboard work of the new city. Bari, its defenses, its history.
During this walking tour, you will get to see some of the most popular tourist attractions of Bari along with a local- professional guide who will be exclusively with you.The walking tour would last for about two hours and can be customized accordingly to your taste and preferences.The tour timings are flexible and can be amended depending upon availability.In case of any special request, please do let us know and we would try our best to accommodate accordingly.
This fascinating castle built by Frederick II is a masterpiece of medieval architecture, a symbol of Puglia and, since 1996, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The great Emperor Frederick II, known as Stupor Mundi - Wonder of the World, is the "father" of Castel del Monte, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. The extraordinary fortress sits on a gentle, green hill in the National Park of Alta Murgia, about 20 km (50 mi) away from Andria.The fortress might have been used as an astronomical observatory or as an imposing hunting lodge. Its mysterious octagonal base sets it significantly apart from all the other castles in Puglia. Castel del Monte is protected by splendid mythological creatures which adorns the keystones in the inside halls and the coral crushed stone doorframes. A unique piece of medieval military architecture, Castel del Monte is a successful blend of elements from classical antiquity, the Islamic Orient and north European Cistercian Gothic.
Ruvo is a town of 25,000 inhabitants almost unknown but that worth a visit especially for the two jewels that it hides: the Jatta National Archaeological Museum and the Romanesque cathedral.Our visit will start from Jatta Museum, we will visit the only example in Italy of a nineteenth-century private collection. The exhibition is organized in 4 rooms: the first contains terracotta vases with geometric decorations dating back to the peucet age of the seventh and sixth centuries BC. The second room contains about 700 vases of Greek or local production. The third room contains over four hundred pieces and several craters positioned on a column. In the fourth and last room you can admire more than 270 artifacts and the vase of Talos. After the visit of the Museum, the tour continues in the historical center passing through the Aragonese tower towards the cathedral, one of the most important examples of Apulian Romanesque style.
Puglia is the jewel of southern Italy. The bases of each city are thehospitality, good food, good wine, beautiful coasts and vast olive groves.When you're here, it's impossible to escape to the beauties of Puglia,You will find a hidden behind every corner. Roots of the South, will be your travel companion in this full day, your host to go through each charming little street of Alberobello to later enjoy a tasting of precious wines and a delicious lunch with local products inside a winery in the area.
The guided tour will start from the symbol of the city and that is the cathedral of San Corrado dedicated to the patron saint of the city. Built near the port in the twelfth century, it is a typical Romanesque construction with the distinction of having been built with 3 domes in axis and two bell towers clearly visible even several kilometers away in the skyline of the Adriatic coast. The tour will continue in the historic center with a visit to the seventeenth century Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.A short distance, between the alleys of the historic center, you will reach the tower Passari, initially gunboat and later became a lookout tower.The tower is majestic and compact. At the base, the walls are massive and reach a thickness of five meters that gradually decreases up to the cord, from where you climb up to the summit from which you sit at a spectacular 360 degree view.
Discover the medieval town built during the Holy Roman Empire, enter the historical center from one of the ancient gates to the town and discover the architectural beauties of the churches of St. Blaise, St. Nicholas, Greek Church and the Cathedral of Altamura, the only church built by Emperor Frederick II Hohenstaufen in the Middle Ages.The lovely walk continues through the typical squares of the old town and made to carry you smell good in the little streets of the old town in search of old wood-burning ovens where even today the cooking bread and focaccia.
Highlights:Discover the historic center of Giovinazzo and its enchanting marinaGo through the streets of the center passing under the Arch of TrajanExplore the 12th-century Cathedral of Santa Maria AssuntaTour details:The guided tour of Giovinazzo starts from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, a large square with a monumental fountain of tritons in the center, built by Tommaso Piscitelli in 1933.Through the narrow streets of the historic center you will visit the Arch of Trajan, one of the ancient gates of the village, formed by two pointed arches supported by four milestones of the Via Traiana, the Aragonese tower, a defense tool behind the pretty little port.The tour continues with the visit of the Ducal Palace up to the XII century Concattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta.
Experience the sights of the capital of Puglia with this private 2-hour walking tour of Bari. Learn about the city's history, including some of its most famous residents, and see Bari's most noteworthy monuments. Walk through picturesque streets and piazzas, visit historic churches, and see a Medieval castle.