All pricing includes pick up and drop off from your accommodation and an English speaking driver and guide. Our private tours can accommodate a solo traveler or up to 8 people in a group.
Visit two wineries in the Primitivo Negramaro area of Salice Salentino and taste their award winning wines and delicious food. With an extra €30 , it's possible to add a third winery or spend one hour on the sandy beach of nearby Porto Cesareo, or add a quick tour of Lecce.
Whilst in Puglia you cannot miss a visit to Lecce, the baroque capital of the south and to Gallipoli, a picturesque fishing village. Its name comes from ancient Greek “Kalle Polis” (beautiful city.) Visit the old town with its amazing maze of alleys, the Cathedral and an underground oil mill dating back to the C14th
A visit to the famous "Sassi" (cave dwellings) now a UNESCO World Heritage Site which allows you to step back in history. Wander the narrow alleys and enjoy stunning views over the Sassi at every turn. The main Piazza is surrounded by many interestinchurches and you can often hear monks chanting or choirs practising.
Trani is a charming fishing town with a modern marina and boasts boasts the only Norman Cathedral right by the sea . Castel del Monte was built in 1250 by Frederick II and is a unique Octagonal shape standing on a hill dominating the Apuglian countryside . The design has puzzled historians for centuries.
Visit Lecce, the Florence of the South renowned for it's stunning baroque architecture. Otranto is a seaside town famous for it's Cathedral containing fantastic mosaics and for its castle. Castro is a small, sleepy fishing town with stunning views over the sea and a tranquil piazza, a great place for a coffee .
Admire the magical sea caves in a motor boat and marvel at the play of colour and light. This is also a wonderful way to see the town of Polignano from the sea . This tour includes your transfers to and from Ostuni and a walking tour of Polignano. Minimum of 2 people, drinks and snacks included.
The best way to experience this stunning coastline and to see the amazing grottos and coves is by sailboat. Sail from Monopoli and admire its castles and fortified seas walls to Polignano, passing the sea caves, and return to Monopoli for a walking tour. Snacks & drinks on board and transfers included.
Discover these three very different towns on a walking tour. Alberobello is a UNESCO World Heritage site built entirely of trulli. Locorotondo is a circular town built on a hill. Polignano a Mare is the home of the famous singer Domenic Modugno and cliff diving and is perched on the cliffs overlooking the sea.