Are you looking to book a walking holiday to Puglia? If so, we have an amazing range of trips for you to choose from. In Puglia, not only are there Greek-style whitewashed villages, gaudy Baroque buildings built by the Spanish and opulent Norman cathedrals, but you may even get the chance to see the odd Roman ruin, framed by olive groves and glittering seas, too. The fact that it's relatively off-the-beaten-track and well off the typical tourist trails makes it all the more alluring for walkers who wish to discover the real Italy.
The captivating region of Puglia lies in the remote heel of Italy's boot. Slumbering under the warm southern skies, this is an undiscovered region of extraordinary variety and beauty, from its dramatically rugged Adriatic coastline to the rich, fertile plains of its lush interior. It's perfect for exploring on a relaxed walking holiday.
If you're about to plan your next holiday and have any questions about one of our Puglia walking holidays, one of our experienced team will be able to help.
Independent walking trip allowing you to discover the beauty of Puglia and Matera. Starting in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Matera, you'll make your way south east, through gently rolling countryside filled with olive groves and vineyards, stopping at Alberobello with its 'trulli' houses and the White City of Ostuni before finishing at the heel of Italy in Otranto with a walk along the coastline.
This guided walking holiday explores the fascinating region of Puglia taking in the UNESCO towns of Matera and Alberobello and the 'white city' of Ostuni. Walk over rolling hills, through ancient olive groves and past vineyards overlooking the coast.