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Puglia: Nature at its best

Italyís southeastern province of Apulia (Puglia in Italian) juts out into the Adriatic Sea, which made it a prime settlement place for the ancient Greeks ó and a target for seafarers throughout the ages.

Modern travelers, however, donít often make it as far south as Apulia, given its distance from major Italian tourist attractions and commercial centers...

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Visit gorgeous small villages.
Ride through peaceful country roads.
Enjoy an afternoon in the sun, or dinner on the water.
View beautiful piazzas and churches.

Puglia: Nature at its best

See the iconic trulli, an UNESCO World Heritage site.
 
Stunning views of the Adriatic Sea await in Apulia.

Bari and Brindisi are the regionís main points of entry.

Those who venture there will discover centuriesí worth of riches: ancient ruins half-buried near castles, towering coastal citadels, grand palazzi, fresco-covered churches and other sunbaked stone edifices. Unique to Apulia are 9,000-year-old troglodytes and the upside down ice cream cone-like huts called trulli.

Nature has been kind to Apulia, too, which boasts pristine beaches and colorful landscapes, not to mention a hot Mediterranean climate! Olives, tomatoes, artichokes and mushrooms grown here play a huge part in the regionís popular rustic cuisine.

Riding in Apulia is fairly flat and traffic is light. Summer months can be exceedingly hot, so be prepared to carry lots of water with you on your ride.

 
2017 Apulia Tours
Self-guided Tours for Leisure Riders:
Tour Name Duration Price per Person
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7 nights/8 days From 740 euros
3 nights/4 days From 305 euros