The winter sea by bike

«We're almost going to the seaside!» and so, in the middle of winter we decide to cross a small piece of Salento to reach the sea at the gates of Otranto.

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Walking as an aesthetic practice

I didn't know what I did for years had a name, but when I discovered it I felt like I was in great company!

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Sentimental bicycle anthropology

Meeting other cycle travellers with bags and tents and greeting them with a big smile is the thing that excites me most about travelling by bike.
Maybe because we are aware of doing something beautiful, adventurous, relaxing, simple but with the that flavour of freedom, or it is that bit of presumption we have when we realise that we are not polluting, consuming, spending money, and at the same time we are seeing what other people, locked inside their car, don't see. We feel happy with our own choice and we don't want to hide it at all.

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Murgia of the Trulli by bike

The beautiful season is approaching and there are many spring weekends that we can take advantage of for a short bike trip. I think back to a trip I took in November but which, considering the mild temperatures of the spring months, could very well be replicated in the following months too.

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Visit Agrigento: the complete guide


Agrigento is certainly one of the best known and most visited cities in Sicily. For lovers of history and archaeology, ancient Akragas is undoubtedly an ideal destination, because every corner of the city refers to a rich past and to the people who made Agrigento one of the most important cultural centers of the time.

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Visit Trapani: the complete guide

Trapani owes its foundation to the ancient Phoenician people who made it one of the most important commercial ports of the ancient world. This fortunate link with Carthage penalized its development in Roman times, until all of Sicily came under first Arab and then Norman control.

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Visit Racalmuto: the complete guide

The origin of the name contrasts greatly with the richness of the territory. Racalmuto in fact derives from the Arabic “Rahal Maut”, literally Dead Village, since the Arabs found the population of the village heavily decimated by the plague. Despite this, the Saracens settled there to exploit the area that stood on a fertile valley, close to an abundant water source. 

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Visit Corleone: the complete guide


Known as the city of churches and waterfalls, the ancient village of Corleone is an unexpected treasure chest of art, culture and traditions that will delight the eyes and souls of visitors.

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Visit Erice: the complete guide


City surrounded by a mysterious charm that is lost in the myth and tales of historians of the time

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Visit Sutera: the complete guide

The charming village of Sutera has its roots in legend.

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