6 things you can’t miss in Martina Franca
- 29 February 2020
- Holidays in Puglia
Martina Franca is a charming baroque town a few kilometers from Alberobello and is the largest town in…Read More
Looking for an active and healthy holiday in Puglia? Here you will find some good tips for some beautiful trekking routes in our region!
To fully appreciate the landscape of the region, trekking is one of the best activities you can choose. From the Gargano promontory, with its white limestone cliffs and ancient forests, to the Valle d’Itria and Salento, rich in olive groves and the Mediterranean scrub that overlooks the crystal clear sea.
Here are some of the best trekking routes in Puglia:
Taking the path from Torre Uluzzo, you’ll find an amazing route that is worth the sweat! A wild and untamed landscape that you will not want to miss.
Sentiero Vecchio del Ciolo
A heavenly visit for one of the most romantic trekking routes in Salento. The ideal path for the lovers of wild nature.
Riserva Naturale del Bosco delle Pianelle
A great trekking experience in the Valle D’Itria area, between holm-oak trees and wild animals in a breathtaking scenery.
Sant’Isidoro: Palude del Capitano
You can walk the path on foot or by bike. Located north of Porto Selvaggio. It is part of a nature reserve.
San Giovanni Rotondo: Valle dell’Inferno
One of the most interesting rocky environment of the entire Gargano area. A challenging trekking path in an unmissable karst valley.
Castro: Parco delle Querce
Parco delle Querce (Oak Park) is located in a stunning area surrounded by dry stone walls, high above the sea.
Colli di Ostuni
You will love this trek with an extraordinary view from the hilly paths that lead you from Cisternino to Ostuni.
Riserva Marina di Torre Guaceto
A protected marine area of rare beauty! A beautiful landscape in which fully enjoying some good trekking.
Parco di Punta Pizzo in Salento
Among the 10 best trekking routes in Puglia, there is, of course, Parco di Punta Pizzo. This coastline boasts an interesting mosaic in nature with beaches and Mediterranean scrub.
Gravina di Laterza
Gravina of Laterza is considered one of the biggest canyons in Europe. A wonder of the natural world you can’t absolutely miss!