Southern Italy travel: the best Amalfi Coast trails

Discovering the South of Italy on foot is an amazing experience! It allows you to come into close contact, with stunning landscapes and interesting cultures. Among them, it is impossible not to mention the Amalfi Coast, which offers suggestive and unforgettable panoramas.

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Walking tour in Italy: along the southeast coast of Puglia

The tours proposed by Slow Active Tours are one of the best ways to explore the enchanting places of Southern Italy: discovering the Heel of Italy through a walking vacation is a unique opportunity.

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Amalfi Coast walking tours: an Italian holiday with beautiful sea-views

Hiking along the Amalfi Coast is one of the most exciting experience that one can do during an Italian holiday.

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Food & wine itineraries in Puglia: a guide to local flavors

Puglia is a land which offers typical flavours that can delight every palate; this applies both to the dishes of ancient rural tradition and maritime tradition.

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The Via Francigena in the south: an ancient pilgrim route

The Via Francigena is a route which dates back to the Middle Ages and connects Canterbury to Puglia: nowadays it allows to live exciting experiences between the sacred and the profane.

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Ancient Apulian masserie: where the traditions of the past are still alive

Over the centuries, Apulian masserie have represented the main core of farm life and still today they are a symbol of the Apulian rural tradition.

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Visit Puglia on two wheels: discovering the nature by bike

In recent years slow travels have been finally revalued, to discover new places and cultures.

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Visit Sorrento: these are the most unmissable attractions

If you are going to visit Sorrento, stay ready to discover a fascinating, polite and elegant city, which offers to the visitors breathtaking panoramas.

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Matera 2019: what to visit in the European Capital of Culture

Matera is a real jewel, which is absolutely worth a visit. For a while you feel like you are in another era, where everything is still and almost unreal.

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A walk through the Middle Ages into the fortified village of Acaya

The small Apulian town of Acaya is a hamlet of the Municipality of Vernole, around 10 km far away from Lecce. Built in 1500, Acaya is the only example of fortified Renaissance town in South Italy.

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