An Excursion in the heart of Valle d’Itria, along typical country roads among vineyards, olive groves, rows of oaks, arable land, family gardens, woods and orchards, cared for with dedication by the expert hands of local farmers.
Explore Contrada Figazzano, a delightful trulli village, and learn about the dry stone walls, the history of the trulli and wine making in Itria Valley as well as travel along a stretch of the Apulian Aqueduct, the largest in Europe.
Along the way, view the spontaneous flora with particular reference to edible plants and traditional use and meet the locals who will offer freshly harvested garden produce, from fresh broad beans in the spring to the baratters, typicalsummer melons.
Length: about 8 km. Duration: 3.5 hours – morning or afternoon, times TBD.
Difficulty: low. Recommended period: year round.
Experiential Tourism with the Traveler as Protagonist
Experiences designed around multiple interests that ensure unique emotions; the traveler participates alongside local cooks, artists, craftsmen, and expert tour guides in activities:
o rooted in the territory; it can happen only there, and
o with uniquely local events, experiments, food and wine tastings
o specifically modified and tailored to your preferences
memorable unique and unrepeatable!