Puglia Bike Tours
Puglia is known for its stunning coastline, rolling hills, and charming old towns. Puglia is home to some of Italy’s most beautiful beaches and fascinating archaeological sites. The region’s cuisine is hearty and flavorful, featuring fresh seafood and vegetables, as well as traditional dishes like orecchiette pasta.
A great way to explore this beautiful area is by bike. Puglia bike trips are a fantastic way to experience the region’s culture and history up close. The region has a mild climate and flat terrain, making it ideal for bike tours.
Puglia has many dedicated bike routes, riders can explore the ancient olive groves, rolling hills, and charming villages along the way. They can stop to taste local food and wine, visit historic sites, and take in stunning views.
Cycling holidays in Puglia, Italy are a must-visit for anyone that wants to experience the authentic, unspoiled beauty of the Italian peninsula. Alberobello is an ideal starting point for a cycling tour of the region. The town is famous for its Trulli, traditional cone-roofed houses that date back to the 16th century.
If you are a beach lover, among our bike trips in Puglia you might pick up “Puglia the Heart of Mediterranean“, starting in Alberobello and ending in Lecce.
Puglia, boasts superb coastlines and crystal clear waters, making it a popular destination for beach-goers and water sports enthusiasts. A Puglia bike trip is a unique way to explore the beauty of the sea. These tours allow you to pedal along scenic coastal roads and stop to swim and sunbathe.
You can also decide to stay in Alberobello and discover the surroundings, by choosing ” Bike through Apulia -based on one hotel tour“, this tour includes several stages in the hinterland of Puglia including a regional overboard stage to Matera.
Matera in Basilicata is built into the sides of a deep gorge, with dwellings and buildings carved into the rock. Matera has been inhabited for thousands of years, and its history is evident in the well-preserved cave dwellings that are still in use today. The city is also home to several ancient churches and monasteries, many of which are carved into the rock. In 2019, Matera was designated as the European Capital of Culture, and it continues to attract visitors from around the world.
So, why not consider a cycling holiday in Puglia, Italy and discover also the unique cave dwellings of Matera and the surrounding area?
Select the bike trips in Puglia that better suits you and explore this southern Italian gem.