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A bike tour gives you the opportunity to experience unforgettable emotions, allowing you to reach places where the car cannot arrive. By bike you can travel at a more human pace and the journey can gain a more authentic dimension. A two-wheel s journey put strong and positive emotions into circulation, adding adrenaline and love for exploration, so you can return a child for a while.
Immerse yourself in the land of Puglia, pedaling through the cultivated fields or along the amazing Ionic and Adriatic coasts, and enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea: it is really worth to experience this kind of trip at least once in your life! Visit Puglia from another point of view: find out why it is convenient to rent a bike to explore the wonders of Salento region. 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. 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. Hiking along the Amalfi Coast is one of the most exciting experience that one can do during an Italian holiday.
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Fodor's Essential Italy Fodor's Travel Guides. DK Eyewitness Top 10 Venice. DK Eyewitness. This is the Gargano, an anomalous knuckle of cliffs and upland whose fine beaches I remember 20 years ago being all but deserted, bar the occasional local family. Not so today. The beaches and small resorts of Vieste and Peschici are pretty busy, especially in August Rodi Garganico and San Menaio are quieter , though foreigners are still unusual. This interior landscape is a real surprise — all green forests of oak and beech that could almost be British — with plenty of good, undemanding hikes in the woods.
David Andrews, London. Train journeys in the Italian south, including Puglia, are something of a throwback, though I mean that in a good way. Enjoy slow, meandering branch lines that in Britain would have been closed 60 years ago, and quaint, old-style carriages and dusty stations that slumber in the high summer sun.
The extensive state network trenitalia. Lines run along the coast this is the quickest, mainline route and criss-cross the interior, and there are semi-private lines like the Ferrovie del Sud-Est fseonline. It will also take you to two of the key tourist towns, Martina Franca and Alberobello.
Simon Wright, Suffolk. Make a point of attending small festivals, which are found across the region in summer. Catherine Grant, Edinburgh. The region has always been a vast producer, sending cheap wine north to be made into blends or vermouth, but quality is improving. In particular look out for wines made with primitivo, aka zinfandel. David Walker, Oxon. But everything we read suggested it was a Baroque equivalent of Renaissance Florence.
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Sadly, this is overstating things quite considerably. Simon Oliver, Cardiff. So we went in April and it was amazing — just lovely weather, like a perfect English summer, and plenty warm enough to sit and eat outdoors; even the poppies were already out in the fields and olive groves.