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Metaponto is one of the most important ancient cities in Basilicata and has been symbol of the Hellenic culture. It is characterized by important archeological sites such as the Archeological Park of Apollonio Licio and the wonderful Tavole Palatine.
Discover with this tour two pearls of Puglia: Altamura and Gravina.
Famous for the production of DOP bread, Altamura also boasts the presence of an interesting medieval cathedral built by Frederick II of Swabia and a succession of noble palaces along the streets of the historic center. Gravina, on the other hand, famous for its rock habitat, has numerous cave churches surrounded by a decidedly picturesque landscape.
Choosing our walking tour you can visit Ostuni in the company of a local tour guide who will reveal the secrets of the city, tasting one of the most delicious ice cream in Puglia. You can also share the visit with other culture-loving travelers just like you.
The Puglian town of Gravina is known for its rock-cut churches, cave dwellings, and ancient underground tunnels. On this tour, benefit from the undivided attention of a private guide as you explore Gravina’s underground treasures. Visit an underground quarry, admire ancient rock churches, and see the 18th-century viaduct bridge overlooking Sant’Angelo aqueduct.
The narrow alleys that climb up to the summit, the colorful fixtures on the whitewashed walls painted in lime.
Take it easy. Our drivers - qualified and highly professional - will show you the history of this magnificent village.
The oil is called the green gold of Puglia and the countryside of Ostuni is characterized by the plane of olive trees.
We will take a walk in the centuries-old olive grove near the farm in which we will see some ancient olive trees , we will visit an ancient underground oil mill, place of oil production and I will provide you with various information about the cultivation and production of the same.
We will also taste three types of apulian extra virgin olive oil accompanied by local bread.
Private guided tour to discover the white city of Ostuni, with its wonderful views over the olive groves and the Adriatic coast.
You will have the opportunity to explore one of the most characteristic historical centers of Puglia and learn about its ancient origins.
Private guided tour exploring the city of Ostuni, with its panoramic views of the olive groves and the Adriatic coast.
You will experience one of the most typical old towns of Puglia and learn about its ancient origins.
in a few km you can meet different habitats, from the plain of millenary olive trees to the forests of fragni and the hills of the Itria Valley. Over time, the characteristics of nature have produced different cultures and different ways of living: crops, rural homes, traditions. The use of the electric Twizy, which will be guided by the participants (one Twizy per couple) allows you to get to know the territory slowly and above all eco-sustainable, being able to stop to grasp hidden corners, noting details that only the most careful eyes can see, savoring the scents and nuances that nature gives in every season. The excursion, with a qualified guide, includes a visit to the historic center of Cisternino and, optional with a supplement, a visit to the historic center of Ostuni.
Fun, freedom, contact with nature and ease of driving make this excursion suitable for all needs and for all ages!
The city of Ostuni is built on three hills and is known as "The White City" because of its white houses.
The guided tour will wind through the white terraced houses with courtyards, narrow streets and steep stairs leading to the fifteenth-century cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.
The old town is surrounded by Aragonese walls reinforced by towers and gates.
To admire in particular the eighteenth column of San Oronzo, the Church of San Francesco d'Assisi, the San Giacomo di Compostela and Santa Maria della Stella.
Since 1793, the Cavalcata di Sant'Oronzo takes place every August 26, in honor of the patron saint. At the end of the tour light lunch