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Puglia Countryside Tour with Oil Mill Visit and Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tasting

Puglia Countryside Tour with Oil Mill Visit and Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tasting - Bisceglie, Italy
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Bisceglie, Italy

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$29.89

If you want to dip into the traditional flavors of Puglia, you cannot skip its gastronomic gold: e.v.o oil. In that regard, don’t miss out on a visit to typical oil mill, housed in a 19th-century building, where you’ll be walked through the entire production process, from the milling by granite millstones to the packaging, preceded by the screening of a short film (available in 4 languages).

Following, there will be a tasting of e.v.o oil of the affiorato, bio, PDO Terra di Bari, monocultivar, citrus and herb-flavored types, as well as taralli, preserves and other typical products.

Visit to a oil mill in the countryside of Trani and Bisceglie, 50 km north of Bari, in the Puglia region of southern Italy.
You will visit an olive grove surrounded by peaceful countryside.

Discover the machines and techniques for the collection and olive processing until you get extra virgin olive oil ... More info ›

If you want to dip into the traditional flavors of Puglia, you cannot skip its gastronomic gold: e.v.o oil. In that regard, don’t miss out on a visit to typical oil mill, housed in a 19th-century building, where you’ll be walked through the entire production process, from the milling by granite millstones to the packaging, preceded by the screening of a short film (available in 4 languages).

Following, there will be a tasting of e.v.o oil of the affiorato, bio, PDO Terra di Bari, monocultivar, citrus and herb-flavored types, as well as taralli, preserves and other typical products.

Visit to a oil mill in the countryside of Trani and Bisceglie, 50 km north of Bari, in the Puglia region of southern Italy.
You will visit an olive grove surrounded by peaceful countryside.

Discover the machines and techniques for the collection and olive processing until you get extra virgin olive oil. Visit the company and the modern machinery of bottling and packaging of the product before it is sold or shipped.

Look at all stages of production before the extraction of oil from olives.

Finally, tasting of extra virgin olive oil with Apulian bread.

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Dolmen of Chianca megalithic tomb - Bisceglie - Unesco heritage witness a culture of peace for humanity

Dolmen of Chianca megalithic tomb - Bisceglie - Unesco heritage witness a culture of peace for humanity - Bisceglie, Italy

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Bisceglie, Italy

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$164.42

The dolmen of Chianca is truly unique: One of the most important Europe for its size and beauty and for the great number of findings that were uncovered there

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The Dolmen consisting of three or more upright stones supporting a large flat horizontal capstone (table), although there are also more complex variants. Most date from the early Neolithic period (4000 to 3000 BC) ... More info ›

The dolmen of Chianca is truly unique: One of the most important Europe for its size and beauty and for the great number of findings that were uncovered there

Detailed Product Description:

The Dolmen consisting of three or more upright stones supporting a large flat horizontal capstone (table), although there are also more complex variants. Most date from the early Neolithic period (4000 to 3000 BC). Dolmens were usually covered with earth or smaller stones to form a barrow, though in many cases that covering has weathered away, leaving only the stone "skeleton" of the burial mound intact.

It was discovered on 6 August 1909 by Mosso and Samarelli, who were responsible for the first excavations. Gervasio continued his search throughout the course of 1910. The tomb belongs to the type with long corridor, and consists of a burial chamber and an access corridor. The chamber is 1.80 m in height and is made up of three large vertical slabs made of limestone over which rests a cover slab that measures 2.40 m x 3.80 m.
The excavations  performed in the chamber and in the dromos have yielded many human remains that can be estimated to be those of about ten individuals and a wide range of funeral objects, kneaded ceramic vases, necklace beads and pendants, a fusaiola (bored piece) and fragments of obsidian and silica blades , a bronze falera (valour medal) . The remains of a circular fireplace was found almost at the centre of the dromos, one that must have been lit many times for ritual purposes.

Dolmen della Chianca, surrounded by olive trees, is unique.

This Unesco world heritage site deserves a visit.

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