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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A father-son experience: first hiking route in Puglia

It’s the exciting tale of Edwin, a Dutch blogger who has traveled his first hiking route in Puglia. For a long time Edwin wanted to live an active (and slow) holiday through the heel of Italy and eventually he found us. We helped him achieve the mission and his father came with him. And together they discovered the wonders of the Valley of Trulli …

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Cycling in Puglia

The combination of Puglia and bike is becoming increasingly popular among thousands of tourists who every year choose to spend their vacations in the versatile heel of Italy.

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Pizzica Dance

Salento is Sun, Sea and Wind…Salento is Summer, Beach and Party!
And when it comes to partying, the thought naturally connects to music and wild dancing.

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Divine sandwich

There is always a reason to extend an itinerary, to divert some kilometer and enrich the day with something more, especially when it comes to gluttony.

And when we are cycling near Noci, the reason, the most of times, it’s called Marino.

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Rail Crossing

The clear and evident ringing is what announces the lowering of barriers in opaque red and white stripes of an old rail crossing. A woman not far, at the tollbooth, turns the crank that operates the mechanism. She looks at me and greets...

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On the Via Francigena…

Few weeks ago, they proposed to me to tread a part of the southern Via Francigena, between Lecce and Otranto, I accepted with enthusiasm, even if I didn’t think to live something similar to Santiago's experience...

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