Trip Type : Small Group Tour
Cycling Puglia & Matera tour
Alberobello Matera Cycling Puglia & Matera Trip
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Cycling Puglia & Matera

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Travel Style: You will have solid amounts of both free time and structured time with some activities and meals included. Mixed
Physical Level: Regular walking or cycling over moderately long, hilly, or bumpy distances. Some public transport or utility vehicles such as safari jeeps. Moderate
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
8 days
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Overview

Highlights

  • Ride from the stunning UNESCO town of Matera
  • Enjoy gentle cycling through olive groves and past white-coned trulli
  • Sample fine seafood and wine from the famous Salento coast
  • Stay in charming accommodation bursting with character

Short Description

In the deep south of Italy, nestled between the Adriatic and Ionian seas, lie the captivating regions of Puglia and Basilicata. This extensive itinerary explores the very best selection of all the cultural and natural treasures found here. Matera’s fascinating ‘Sassi’ houses and the UNESCO 'Trulli’ houses of Alberobello set the scene for the journey to come. After passing through idyllic countryside and the stunning 'white city' of Ostuni, the route veers towards Gallipoli and the dramatic Ionian coastline. While riding across the famous Salento Peninsula, we immerse ourselves in the charming laid-back Italian way of living and explore a stunning landscape made of olive orchards, limestone cliffs, crystal waters and Baroque towns.Cycle from the UNESCO town of Matera through Italy's heel to Lecce

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
Spend most of the time outdoors. Common trip themes and activities include cycling, hiking, kayaking, whitewater rafting.
Itinerary Focus Active
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport Only ground transport
Start City Matera
End City Lecce

Travel Theme

Cycling & Biking

Destinations

Italy

Cities & Attractions

Alberobello Matera

Activities

Cycling

Age Requirement

16

No Single Supplement
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Trip Includes

  • All breakfasts
  • All accommodation 
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Local bike hire

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Itinerary

Flight Inclusive

Day 1 Fly to Bari; transfer to Matera.

Fly to Bari and transfer to the town of Matera, a real jewel of Southern Italy. The hotel is located within walking distance to the historic centre. There is usually time in the afternoon to wander through the narrow alleys of the town’s famous UNESCO cave-dwelling district and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this enchanting city.

Day 2 Ride past the historic 'Sassi' houses of Matera before heading to Alberobello.

On leaving Matera we pedal through the area that makes this town so special. For millenia, inhabitants of this region have carved dwelling directly into ravines and gullies made of tuff (or tufa), a characteristic honey-colored soft stone. These houses are called 'Sassi' and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Matera is the only place in the world where people can boast to be still living in the same houses of their ancestors of 9,000 years ago. Today's ride is mostly hilly with gentle ascents to be expected throughout, as we cycle on quiet rural roads amongst the picturesque Apulian countryside towards Alberobello. En route we pass the lovely towns of Noci and Gioia del Colle as well as some famous fairy-tale trulli houses that have also made the historic centre of Alberobello a recognised UNESCO world heritage site. Overnight in Alberobello. Cycle approx. 70km (ascent +659m; descent -648m).

Day 3 Cycle through the lush Valle d'Itria, past the picturesque fairytale trulli houses to the hilltop-town of Ostuni.

Today we cycle through the lush Valle d'Itria, one of the prettiest cultural and natural landscapes of Southern Italy, on to the picturesque hilltop village of Ostuni. The route is undulating throughout, but much shorter than yesterday's thus allowing to enjoy the views at a more leisurely pace with plenty of opportunities for rest stops. Along the way we pass the famous wine town of Locorotondo and Cisternino, both boasting charming historic centres filled with whitewashed houses, narrow quaint streets, churches and elegant piazzas. In the afternoon we reach the city of Ostuni, known as the 'white city' for the the dazzling effect of its white buildings. Overnight in Ostuni. Cycle approx. 45km (ascent +341m; descent -547m).

Day 4 Ride through quaint villages and country lanes to a typical Masseria - a renovated farmhouse - where we spend the night.

We continue pedalling through tranquil country lanes to the charming town of Francavilla Fontana and on to Oria, a popular destination among Apulians, famous for its 13th Century's Castle and delightful historic centre characterised by cobbled streets, whitewashed walls and beautiful architecture. We continue through the idyllic countryside to a Masseria, a typical Apulian converted farmhouse and our accommodation for the night. The masseria is still a working farm and most of the produce grown here, from vegetables to olives and wheat, is used daily for the preparation of local dishes. Before dinner we will have the opportunity to taste some organic olive oil produced by the family who runs the farm and accommodation. Overnight in Avetrana. Cycle approx. 56km (ascent +170m; descent -314m).

Day 5 Cycle to the coast and swim in the crystal clear sea before continuing towards Gallipoli with its old town situated on a rocky island.

From the Masseria we cycle towards the Ionian coast and the beautiful town of Gallipoli, known as the 'Ionian Pearl' with its old town situated on a rocky island and offering fantastic views both from the north and the south. The town itself has many churches, narrow alleys and was the largest exporter of lamp oil made from olives in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Weather permitting, today there are plenty of opportunities for swimming in the crystal-clear Ionian sea near the popular seaside resort of Porto Cesareo. Overnight in Gallipoli. Cycle approx. 65km (ascent +213m; descent -270m).

Day 6 Follow stunning stretch of coastline leading to the ancient town of Otranto.

Our route continues along the south of the peninsula and the impressive stretch of coastline leading to the ancient Messapian town of Otranto, the easternmost point in Italy. Before dinner there will be time at leisure to explore the town’s mediaeval centre and its interesting architecture, views, sea-front restaurants and white sandy beaches which make it one of Puglia's most picturesque towns. Cycle approx. Overnight in Otranto. 70km (ascent +506m; descent -495m).

Day 7 Continue along the shoreline to the beautiful Baroque city of Lecce.

Today we follow the shoreline through innumerable olive groves to Lecce, the Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy located in the heart of Puglia. Sometimes described as the 'Florence of the South', the city is a real architectonic gem boasting sumptuous palazzi and churches. Today's ride is relatively short and easy thus giving us time to stop en route for a last swim (seasonal) in Torre dell'Orso, a lovely bay surrounded by limestone cliffs with many ancient caves to discover, a real treat to end the week of cycling. In Lecce there will be some free time to explore the charming historic centre before an optional farewell dinner. Overnight in Lecce. Cycle approx. 50km (ascent +234; descent -188m).

Day 8 Transfer to Bari; fly to London.

Transfer to Bari; fly to London.



Land Only

Day 1 Start Matera.

The trip starts in the town of Matera, a real jewel of Southern Italy. The hotel is located within walking distance to the historic centre. There is usually time in the afternoon to wander through the narrow alleys of the town’s famous UNESCO cave-dwelling district and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this enchanting city.

Day 2 Ride past the historic 'Sassi' houses of Matera before heading to Alberobello.

On leaving Matera we pedal through the area that makes this town so special. For millenia, inhabitants of this region have carved dwelling directly into ravines and gullies made of tuff (or tufa), a characteristic honey-colored soft stone. These houses are called 'Sassi' and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Matera is the only place in the world where people can boast to be still living in the same houses of their ancestors of 9,000 years ago. Today's ride is mostly hilly with gentle ascents to be expected throughout, as we cycle on quiet rural roads amongst the picturesque Apulian countryside towards Alberobello. En route we pass the lovely towns of Noci and Gioia del Colle as well as some famous fairy-tale trulli houses that have also made the historic centre of Alberobello a recognised UNESCO world heritage site. Overnight in Alberobello. Cycle approx. 70km (ascent +659m; descent -648m).

Day 3 Cycle through the lush Valle d'Itria, past the picturesque fairytale trulli houses to the hilltop-town of Ostuni.

Today we cycle through the lush Valle d'Itria, one of the prettiest cultural and natural landscapes of Southern Italy, on to the picturesque hilltop village of Ostuni. The route is undulating throughout, but much shorter than yesterday's thus allowing to enjoy the views at a more leisurely pace with plenty of opportunities for rest stops. Along the way we pass the famous wine town of Locorotondo and Cisternino, both boasting charming historic centres filled with whitewashed houses, narrow quaint streets, churches and elegant piazzas. In the afternoon we reach the city of Ostuni, known as the 'white city' for the the dazzling effect of its white buildings. Overnight in Ostuni. Cycle approx. 45km (ascent +341m; descent -547m).

Day 4 Ride through quaint villages and country lanes to a typical Masseria - a renovated farmhouse - where we spend the night.

We continue pedalling through tranquil country lanes to the charming town of Francavilla Fontana and on to Oria, a popular destination among Apulians, famous for its 13th Century's Castle and delightful historic centre characterised by cobbled streets, whitewashed walls and beautiful architecture. We continue through the idyllic countryside to a Masseria, a typical Apulian converted farmhouse and our accommodation for the night. The masseria is still a working farm and most of the produce grown here, from vegetables to olives and wheat, is used daily for the preparation of local dishes. Before dinner we will have the opportunity to taste some organic olive oil produced by the family who runs the farm and accommodation. Overnight in Avetrana. Cycle approx. 56km (ascent +170m; descent -314m).

Day 5 Cycle to the coast and swim in the crystal clear sea before continuing towards Gallipoli with its old town situated on a rocky island.

From the Masseria we cycle towards the Ionian coast and the beautiful town of Gallipoli, known as the 'Ionian Pearl' with its old town situated on a rocky island and offering fantastic views both from the north and the south. The town itself has many churches, narrow alleys and was the largest exporter of lamp oil made from olives in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Weather permitting, today there are plenty of opportunities for swimming in the crystal-clear Ionian sea near the popular seaside resort of Porto Cesareo. Overnight in Gallipoli. Cycle approx. 65km (ascent +213m; descent -270m).

Day 6 Follow stunning stretch of coastline leading to the ancient town of Otranto.

Our route continues along the south of the peninsula and the impressive stretch of coastline leading to the ancient Messapian town of Otranto, the easternmost point in Italy. Before dinner there will be time at leisure to explore the town’s mediaeval centre and its interesting architecture, views, sea-front restaurants and white sandy beaches which make it one of Puglia's most picturesque towns. Cycle approx. Overnight in Otranto. 70km (ascent +506m; descent -495m).

Day 7 Continue along the shoreline to the beautiful Baroque city of Lecce.

Today we follow the shoreline through innumerable olive groves to Lecce, the Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy located in the heart of Puglia. Sometimes described as the 'Florence of the South', the city is a real architectonic gem boasting sumptuous palazzi and churches. Today's ride is relatively short and easy thus giving us time to stop en route for a last swim (seasonal) in Torre dell'Orso, a lovely bay surrounded by limestone cliffs with many ancient caves to discover, a real treat to end the week of cycling. In Lecce there will be some free time to explore the charming historic centre before an optional farewell dinner. Overnight in Lecce. Cycle approx. 50km (ascent +234; descent -188m).

Day 8 End Lecce.

The trip ends in the morning of day 8. We recommend spending an extra day in Lecce to soak up the atmosphere of this elegant Baroque city, home to outstanding architecture. Exodus can arrange post tour accommodation for you if needed; please contact our Sales or Operations team for a quote. **

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Cycling Puglia & Matera

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Cycling in Puglia

5.0
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Value5.0
Guide5.0
Activities5.0
Lodging5.0
Transportation5.0
Meals5.0
Thank you Exodus for an excellent first cycling holiday. I loved every
minute... even the ‘undulations’ !!! I had not cycled more than 15miles
in one go ever, but felt I was so strong by the end of the 6 days. A great
personal challenge! It was great being in a big group, and soon got to know
the people we had just met. Manuela was a tremendous guide & Pierrot was a
superb support guy... providing us with healthy snacks , fresh water &
delicious local food picnics. This trip is to be recommended. I will
definitely go back to the area. And definitely travel with exodus again. The
bicycles we hired were of a superb quality & very comfortable to ride.
When I reached the top of some pretty long steep hills I felt elated! I
couldn’t believe how strong I had become by the end of the 6 days!


Manuela was a fantastic guide & he looked after us all so well. His
restaurant recommendations we fab, and his local knowledge was so
informative. I was amazed at how fluent in English he was & he even got our
sense of humour!


Prepare well in advance.. some good quality padded cycling shorts & chamois
cream to be recommended!


We didn’t get much ‘down time’ at the end of the day, but I think that
was because we were a slowish group.


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Wonderful holiday

5.0
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Value5.0
Guide5.0
Activities5.0
Lodging5.0
Transportation5.0
Meals5.0
Perfect combination of good cycling, great company, excellent accommodation
and fine food and drink.

The negatives? Be prepared for even more potholes than in the uk and many of
the roads are lined with garbage/rubbish which spoils the natural beauty
Cycling from Otranto to Lecce


Antonio was brilliant with endless patience, great sense of humour and fluent
English


Take your own saddle and stick with standard hire bike.


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Exceeded my expectations; and they were pretty high!

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Value5.0
Guide5.0
Activities5.0
Lodging5.0
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Meals5.0
This was my third cycling holiday with Exodus and I can't wait to book the
next one. Once again, I chose somewhere where I had no previous knowledge,
thus making it a bit of an 'Adventure.

Inevitably slightly apprehensive about how well I would fit in to a group of
sixteen people that I had never met before. My worries were needless; we all
got on famously and just got on with enjoying the well organised trip. Great
hotels, food and wine. Distances not too challenging, although the heat was
at times.

All breaks, rest stops and overnights were entirely adequate. Important to
bear in mind that this is first and foremost a cycling holiday. There were
many occasions when, as a keen photographer, I would like to have stopped but
that wouldnt have been fair on the 'Back Marker'.
Each day had its magic moments but the selection of fascinating hotels could
never be described as ordinary. Breakfast overlooking a ravine in Matera,
rooms in a former Palace and a night in a former farmhouse (Masseria)
surrounded by olive trees and vines.

So many great memories...


Emanuel was excellent. He kenew his bikes and how to treat a group of
intrepid explorers, Top man!


Be prepared for heat: it was up to 30C even in mid September. However, there
was always plenty of fresh cold water in the backup vehicle with Piero.


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Puglia

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great trip all round
new Masseria San martino,


great guide


book it now !


Allora, Andiamo!

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This was my 2nd cycle trip (both with Exodus). And it did not disappoint.
Fabulous and challenging. This is a beautiful region in Italy. We enjoyed
great food and wine and lovely accommodations. The weather was hot and sunny,
although we did out-cycle a few potential storms! The group of 16 were
terrific and our leader, Emanuele, was wonderful ~ so well organized, and
tireless in his efforts to meet all the diverse needs.
Being from eastern Ontario, where the land is quite flat, I was really
challenged on our first day out by the length, pace, heat, and "undulating"
terrain. Our last day involved cycling against some pretty significant winds.
By the end of the week, apart from being very sad it was over, I really felt
good about my accomplishment and becoming a better cyclist as a result . I
had great encouragement from our whole group and from Emanuele.


Emanuele is just a wonderful person and excellent leader. He is kind and
organized and hard working. His goal is to make sure that everyone is
enjoying their experience. He really loves and is proud of the whole region.
And it showed in his great story-telling and history lessons. He was able to
answer all our questions, and to take us places and point out so many things
we would have missed otherwise.


Enjoy the challenge ~ there are definitely hills and there can be winds. Be
prepared. Although, my British buddies seemed to find them much less
surprising and challenging than I did!


I loved this region ~ the food and architecture, the people, the landscapes.
You definitely won't be disappointed. Our group of 16 were a really fun and
generous crew. So many experiences and adventures to share over the days and
the evenings together.


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An Interesting Area of Italy

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A great week of cycling staying in fascinating old towns with narrow
picturesque streets.
Whilst the countryside is no match for Tuscany there are some nice sections
and some glorious coastlines.

Another star of the holiday is the food of the region, certainly some great
group meals enjoying excellent food and wine.
Staying in a Trullie House as well as the view from the hotel terrace in
Matera


Excellent group leader with good local knowledge and always happy to help
resolve any issues that crop up along the way.


Whilst the mileages were ok and clearly stated in the trip notes, I do feel
that Exodus should state the average cycling pace expected throughout an
holiday such as this.
Personally whilst I cycle these mileages at home but I nevertheless found the
pace a tad quicker than we cycle at home.


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Flights & Transport

Only ground transport

Group Size:

Small Group - 24 max

Maximum Number of People in Group: 16

Accomodations

7 nights in comfortable charming hotels
6 days cycling with 100% vehicle support
99% tarmac, with one very short section of gravel
Quiet roads with a few ascents and descent
All breakfasts included
E-bike hire available on request

Age Notes

Min. Age: 16

Additional Information:

  • 6 nights comfortable hotels and 1 night 'masseria' (converted farmhouse)
  • 8 days land only / flight inclusive
  • 6 days cycling with partial vehicle support (limited seats)
  • 99% tarmac and some short sections of gravel
  • Quiet rural undulating roads 
  • Local bike hire included
  • E-bike hire available on request

Trip ID#:

exodus-MWV

Trip Excludes

  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request from GBP200)
  • Visas or vaccinations

Meals Included:

Dinner: 7 breakfasts are included and usually consist of a continental-style buffet. A typical hotel breakfast consists of: toast/bread with jam, cereal, cheese and ham (occasionally), served with coffee, tea, milk, orange juice, fruit, cake and yoghurt. Lunches are normally arranged as picnics or taken in small cafes' along the route.  Vegetarians and people with special dietary requirements can be catered for but please inform us of your requests prior travel. In Puglia you will find genuine regional cooking that has strong links to the land and the sea. Some of the types of food on offer in Puglia: bread from the Murge, durum wheat pasta, olives, the pasta delicacy Orecchiette served with a sauce of turnip-tops or fresh tomato and sheep's ricotta-cheese, Cavatelli with pulses, aubergine and parmesan bake, grilled fish and seafood, burrata (soft mozzarella and cream cheese), plus excellent wines. This region is a food lovers' paradise!

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