Cycling Tours in Southern Italy

Slow Travelling is our philosophy and the best way to visit the Southern Italy

Never too busy, with a dense network of secondary roads, the area between Basilicata and Puglia allows for safe cycling tourism in all tranquillity, offering unique landscapes and inviting you to rediscover a more natural pace of life. Our tours have different grades and will take you from the flat Itria Valley and Salento to the Matera Rolling Hills and Basilicata mountains and valleys.

New are our Mountain Biking and Road Cycling Tours throughout the Southern Apennine. This is a land to discover on foot as well. Our walking tours will surprise you for the variety of landscapes you’ll encounter. From the medieval hill towns and centuries-old olive groves in the Itria Valley, to the unusual excursions along ancient rock-cliff villages, the haunting Matera moors and massive peaks of Pollino Park, you’ll pass throughout open prairies and the gentle forests of Gallipoli Cognato & Small Dolomites Park..

Rich is our choice of short breaks

Relax in our exclusive “Slow” Hotels. We have chosen small and comfortable accommodation for your holidays.

Family B&Bs, holiday farms surrounded by the silence and smell of Mediterranean life, boutique hotels carved out of the rock, always you will find warm welcome from local hosts.


Grande Puglia Cycling Tour: 13 days full immersion!

13 days full immersion! Grande Puglia is a 13 days cycling tour starting from the hills of the Alta Murgia and ending in Otranto, the most eastern town of Italy. You will slowly learn the history, cross the wild nature and taste the great food, feeling in love with this area of the “boot” nice

UNESCO SITES: Puglia & Basilicata Cycling Tour

Cycling by the sea and through the hills of the Alta Murgia, among the UNESCO world heritage sites of Apulia and Basilicata. Visit Trani, with its port and splendid cathedral and Castel del Monte, with its mysterious, octagonal-shaped castle built by Frederick II. After crossing the Bradano Valley, on roads surrounded by hills of corn, head for Matera, with its

Castles & Wines – Apulia Basilicata Cycling Tour

A trip into the silence, light and history of Southern Italy. Leaving from the Alta Murgia plateau, you will visit Trani, with its port and enchanting cathedral,Castel del Monte that boasts a mysterious octagonal-shaped medieval castle, Venosa, an ancient Roman city, and Melfi. After passing through the Vulture vineyards, you will head south, cycling along roads surrounded by golden hills and the final

Sassi and Trulli – Puglia and Basilicata Cycling Tour

A week cycling around the two wonderful UNESCO sites of Alberobello and Matera. Leaving from Matera’s “Sassi”and the rock caves and stone houses, you will reach the Itria Valley, a karstic land also called the Valley of the Trulloes due to the thousands of “trulli”, limestone dwellings that are remarkable examples of drywall constructions offering a prehistoric building technique which is

The Heel of the Boot – Matera and Puglia Cycling Tour

Apulia and Basilicata: Matera to Lecce tour 2019 An EASY tour through the Heel of the Boot of Italy. From the Sassi of Matera, in Basilicata, you will head on to the Apulian land. After crossing the Murgia plateau, you will stay in the Itria valley, characterized by a flourishing vegetation where olive trees stand. These are cultivated in farms called Masserie, small

Southern Italy Coast to Coast Cycling Tour

Road cycling tour in Puglia and Basilicata This is a Road Cycling tour crossing the boot through Apulia and Basilicata. After the first 2 days in the Murgia Plateau, you will reach a really unbeaten but perfect land for cyclists: no traffic and terrific landscapes. You will cross valleys, climb the Apennines, and reach the Pollino National

Heart of Puglia 5 Days Cycling Tour

A short break crossing the hearth of Puglia. From the hills of Matera (in Basilicata) to the Itria Valley and to the Coast near Ostuni, the white town. End of tour in Monopoli, a lushlife city by the sea. Self-Guided: from € 470 per person in double room (casual tour) Self-Guided: from € 630 per person in double room (comfort tour)

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