Called the ‘heel’ of the boot of Italy, Puglia is also the peninsula’s vegetable garden, which over the centuries attracted many empires to this coastal region. We believe the neighboring regions of Puglia and Basilicata –the latter MOST KNOWN FOR the town of Matera– are best experienced as a pairing.
Between the two, we’ll explore two UNESCO sites, visit with local wine, olive oil, bread and cheese makers, take in the famed trulli (conic-shape dwellings) of Alberobello, visit the quaint villages of Locorotondo, Polignano a Mare and Ostuni, and of course taste the native grapes of Negroamaro and Primitivo, found in full-bodied earthy reds, and overnight in magical masserie (fortified farmhouses or country estates), unique to the region.
Puglia, the Veggie Garden of Italy and Matera
Dates & Pricing
Minimum of 6 participants, maximum of 16, with a maximum guide-to-guest ratio of 1 to 8
DATES (7 days)
October 3-9, 2021
For other dates, info and availability please contact us.
Per person in double occupancy: from $3,490
Single Supplement: $540
In addition, we pledge to donate more than 1% of your trip price to food literacy and environmental non profit organizations
What's Not Included
Day 1 – Salento
Day 2 – Otranto and Lecce
Day 3 – Salento to Alberobello via Ostuni
Day 4 – Around Alberobello
Day 5 – Alberobello to Matera via Altamura
Day 6 – Around Matera
Day 7 – Bari Airport
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