Discover Apulia and Basilicata with the special solution suitable for a family or for a group of friends, which desire to discover traditions, life, nature, and the most mysterious places of the southern Italy.
By rental cars and with a stay of 4/3 stars Hotel, you will be free of travelling through the two regions and living a wonderful experience!
Our advices about the most interesting places, the most beautiful beaches, the excursions by sea, the restaurants and the trattorias where you can taste the dishes of local tradition, wine and Sardinian products. Moreover, we choose the Hotel based on your kind of travelling experience.
The cost includes:
Rental car, group B, seven days for 24 hours.
Accommodation in 3/ 4 stars Hotels for least 1 and maximum 4 in the same room.
Service of breakfast and room.
The cost does not include:
Fuel, fines and parking.
Possible local taxes.
Everything that is not expressly specified at the point “the cost includes”.
GARGANO: Manfredonia, the medieval castle, the Baroque cathedral, the National Museum of Gargano, San Giovanni Rotondo (place of Padre Pio’s memory), Monte Sant’Angelo, la Sacra Grotta, the Norman Castle, Rotari’s grave.
The cathedral, the Archaeological museum that gathers shells coming from all over the world, the Sveva fortification, around which the white houses of Vieste were built, separated by alleys and stairways.
Peschici, narrow alleys, white houses, the castle, the ruins of Santa Maria abbey, Santa Elia Cathedral, Madonna di Loreto church, with sailors’ ex vote survived the sea of Rodi Garganico. The Norman-Svevo Castle, St. Nicola church and the trebuchets (fishing machine).
Ischitella: it is the one of the most characterized towns of the inland for the particular structure “a pettine” and the ancient walls.
LE MURGE: Bitonto, Giovinazzo, Molfetta and the typical old towns, cathedrals, Trulli of Alberobello, the small church and the dolmen of Chianca di Bisceglie. The cathedral of Trani and the castle of Federico II. Barletta, the Colosseum, the church of St Sepolcro, the duomo, the castle, the civic Museum and Federico’s bust. Canosa di Puglia, the baptistery of St Giovanni, hypogeum Lagrasta, the church of San Leucio. Andria, the cathedral, the Ducal Palace, St Maria dei Miracoli and the monument of the Dsifida of Barletta. The octagonal castle of Federico II in Castel del Monte. The Cathedral, the church of Purgatorio and the National Museum of Ruvo di Puglia. Altamura, firstly the bread, the claustrum Tricarico and Patella. Gioia del Colle, the castle and the National Museum, that is the most important complex in Italy.
SALENTO: Lecce, the wonderful monuments of Baroque. This city is called also “la Firenze del sud” (Florence of South).
Otranto, the cathedral, the bell tower, the Aragonese Castle, the curtain of Pelasgi, small church of St. Pietro. The oil mills, courthouses, portals, crypts, churches and the grika language of Salento Greece: Corigliano d’Otranto, Martano, Calimera, Carpignano Salentino, Castrignano dei Greci, Cutrofiano, Martignano, Melpignano where “La Notte della Taranta” takes place in August, Soleto, Sternatia, Zollino. Minervino di Lecce, Dolmen, Li Scusi, Giurdignano, I Menhir, St Vincenzo and St Paolo. Taranto, the old town rich of history and art. Santa Maria di Leuca, pearl of extreme East of Italy among cliffs and small sandy inlets.
The ancient tower of Ugento, the important cultural centre and the beautiful old town of Gallipoli.
Aliano: Carlo Levi’s home, alleys, the squares of the old town, the characteristics of Lucanian architecture: in his book Carlo Levi talked about the typical houses “with eyes”. Metaponto: Pythagoras lived and studied in Metaponto between the mouths of Bradano and Basento. The Temple of Palatine Columns, the ruins of Temple of Apollo Licio, the necropolis, the ruins of Agora, the ruins of the theatre, the city walls, the Archaeological National Museum. Matera: the Dolmen, Mehnir and St. Vincenzo, it is the city where Pierpoalo Pasolini set “Il Vangelo Secondo Matteo”, and Mel Gibson set his movie “The Passion”. The “Sassi” represents the beauty of Matera: neighbours excavated in the calcareous rock along the slopes of the Gravina. There is an archaic rocky garden in one of the most ancient cities of the world. On the rocky peak, there are the ancient “Civita”, the neighbours Sassi, Barisano and Caveoso, huge “bottlenecks” where there are the houses around; in the middle, there is a cliff and the church of St Maria de Idris, excavated in the tuff.