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Discover Otranto and its Countryside by Bike

Discover Otranto and its Countryside by Bike - Otranto, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Otranto, Italy

From USD
$73.97

Experience an amazing bike tour across Otranto and Salento countryside. Taste some local delicacies and live authentic experiences in Puglia.

After meeting your guide and small group, and being matched with a suitable bike, saddle up for a thrilling tour of the Salento Peninsula ... More info ›

Experience an amazing bike tour across Otranto and Salento countryside. Taste some local delicacies and live authentic experiences in Puglia.

After meeting your guide and small group, and being matched with a suitable bike, saddle up for a thrilling tour of the Salento Peninsula.  

Follow a scenic route through the Idro valley, stopping to admire landmarks such as the St. Mauro Crypt, and exploring off the beaten track along dirt trails. Continue to Casamassella and pay a visit to the Costantine Foundation, a center dedicated to organic farming and traditional weaving with old looms.

The next stop is Giurdignano, Salento's principal megalithic site, where you can explore the many dolmens and menhirs. Continue to Giuggianello, where you will visit the beautiful botanic garden 'La Cutura', home to hundreds of Mediterranean, tropical, and subtropical plant species.

Stop at a local bakery for a delicious lunch, then continuing cycling to Porto Badisco, where you'll have chance to relax on the beach or cool off with a swim. It is also possible to rent canoes.

Finally, bike back along the magnificent coastal road towards Otranto, stopping to see the fortified farmhouse of Cippano, the Punta Palascìa lighthouse, the easternmost point of Italy, and a peculiar lake in a disused bauxite quarry.

Return to Otranto in the late afternoon.

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Otranto and the Coast Full-day Bike Tour

Otranto and the Coast Full-day Bike Tour - Otranto, Italy

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Otranto, Italy

From USD
$150.45

A leisure loop ride to explore Otranto, the surrounding countryside and the Adriatic coast line. A one day escorted bike tour cycling along tranquil back roads, olive groves and coastal roads, from Otranto to the coast and back to town for a delicious lunch at sea front restaurant.
Cycling distance 50km easy

This one day bike tour starts from the center of Otranto. For those staying in Lecce on in the surrounding areas, a car return transfer is included ... More info ›

A leisure loop ride to explore Otranto, the surrounding countryside and the Adriatic coast line. A one day escorted bike tour cycling along tranquil back roads, olive groves and coastal roads, from Otranto to the coast and back to town for a delicious lunch at sea front restaurant.
Cycling distance 50km easy

This one day bike tour starts from the center of Otranto. For those staying in Lecce on in the surrounding areas, a car return transfer is included. After a briefing, bike setting and safety talk you will start pedaling along the countryside and through small villages surrounding the town of Otranto.
The ride will soon take you along the coast with breathtaking view on the Adriatic sea and option to jump into crystal clear water.
• Total cycling distance: 50km 
• total cycling time approx 3 to 4 hours 
• 10km gently rolling
• 40km flat.
• Difficulty: easy 
• Starting at 9am from Lecce; 10am from Otranto - Finishing at approx 1.30pm

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Otranto Full-day Hiking Excursion

Otranto Full-day Hiking Excursion - Otranto, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Otranto, Italy

From USD
$94.03

A one day country and coastal walk to explore the area surrounding Otranto. A beautiful and scenic leisure walk of approx 10 km, with option to jumo into blue sea and the flexibility to adjust the walking distance.

On this one day walking excursion you will explore the countryside and coast surrounding Otranto ... More info ›

A one day country and coastal walk to explore the area surrounding Otranto. A beautiful and scenic leisure walk of approx 10 km, with option to jumo into blue sea and the flexibility to adjust the walking distance.

On this one day walking excursion you will explore the countryside and coast surrounding Otranto.

A leisure and easy walk with a local guide. The walk is of adjustable length, ranging from 5 to 10 km (3.1 mi to 6.2 mi) along country roads and scenic coastal trails with a breathtaking view on the Adriatic coast and azure sea.

You will hike the countryside, passing by olive groves and fields, walk in the shadow of watching towers once defending the locals from pirates attacks, and admire imposing farmhouses.

You will also have the chance to sun bath and swim into crystal clear water and reward yourself with an earthy lunch at one of the many sea front restaurants in Otranto.

Return to Lecce in the afternoon after lunch.

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Private Tour: Otranto Guided Walking Tour

Private Tour: Otranto Guided Walking Tour - Otranto, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Otranto, Italy

From USD
$173.02

Guided tour in Otranto, one of the most important town of the Salento, in the Apulia region, southern Italy. Discover the historical center of Otranto with a certified tour guide. Pleasant walk through the street in old town, with a visit to the local craft shops, visit the Cathedral with its wonderful mosaics and the castle.

The city tour will take you to discover the Norman Cathedral, consecrated in 1088, a work of Count Roger I adorned later (about 1163), by Bishop Jonathas, with a mosaic floor, it has a rose window and side portal of 1481. The interior, a basilica with ship and two aisles, contains columns said to come from a temple of Minerva and a fine mosaic pavement of 1166, with interesting representations of the months, Old Testament subjects and others ... More info ›

Guided tour in Otranto, one of the most important town of the Salento, in the Apulia region, southern Italy. Discover the historical center of Otranto with a certified tour guide. Pleasant walk through the street in old town, with a visit to the local craft shops, visit the Cathedral with its wonderful mosaics and the castle.

The city tour will take you to discover the Norman Cathedral, consecrated in 1088, a work of Count Roger I adorned later (about 1163), by Bishop Jonathas, with a mosaic floor, it has a rose window and side portal of 1481. The interior, a basilica with ship and two aisles, contains columns said to come from a temple of Minerva and a fine mosaic pavement of 1166, with interesting representations of the months, Old Testament subjects and others. Bones and relics of the Martyrs of Otranto, who perished in the 15th-century siege surround the high altar. The church has a crypt supported by forty-two marble columns. The same Count Roger founded a Basilian monastery also here, Which, under Abbot Nicetas, became a place of study, the ITS library was nearly all bought by Bessarion .

After seeing the cathedral you will visit the Church of St. Peter and Castle , reinforced by Emperor Frederick II and rebuilt by Alphonso II of Naples in 1485-1498 . It has an irregular plan with five sides , with a moat running along the Entire perimeter . In origin it had a single entrance , reachable through a draw- bridge. Towers features three cylindrical ones and a bastion called Punta Diamante ( "Diamond 's Head "). The entrance sports the coat of arms of Emperor Charles V.

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Private Tour: Otranto day Trip from Brindisi

Private Tour: Otranto day Trip from Brindisi - Otranto, Italy

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Otranto, Italy

From USD
$532.84

Discover Otranto with private round-trip transportation from Brindisi, one of the most important town of the Salento, in the Apulia region, southern Italy. Wander the alleyways for hidden treasures ... More info ›

Discover Otranto with private round-trip transportation from Brindisi, one of the most important town of the Salento, in the Apulia region, southern Italy. Wander the alleyways for hidden treasures. Pleasant walk through the street in old town, with a visit to the local craft shops. Visit the Cathedral with its wonderful mosaics and the castle. Relax with private, round-trip transport in an air-conditioned minivan.

We will pick you up from any location in Brindisi such as hotels, private villas, bed and breakfast, train station, airport or the port and our professional driver will take you to Otranto. Here there will be a licensing guide waiting for you and starting the walking tour.

The town tour will take you to discover the Norman Cathedral , consecrated in 1088, a work of Count Roger I adorned later (about 1163), by Bishop Jonathas , with a mosaic floor , It has a rose window and side portal of 1481. The interior , a basilica with ship and two aisles , contains columns said to come from a temple of Minerva and a fine mosaic pavement of 1166 , with interesting representations of the months , Old Testament subjects and others . Bones and relics of the Martyrs of Otranto , who perished in the 15th-century siege surround the high altar . The church Has a crypt supported by forty-two marble columns . The same Count Roger founded a Basilian monastery Also here , Which , under Abbot Nicetas , Became a place of study , the ITS library was nearly all bought by Bessarion .

After seeing the cathedral you will visit the Church of St. Peter and Castle , reinforced by Emperor Frederick II and rebuilt by Alphonso II of Naples in 1485-1498 . It has an irregular plan with five sides , with a moat running along the Entire perimeter . In origin it had a single entrance , reachable through a draw- bridge. Towers features three cylindrical ones and a bastion called Punta Diamante ( "Diamond 's Head "). The entrance sports the coat of arms of Emperor Charles V.

When your time at Otranto ends, return to your minivan for the private drive back to Brindisi

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Otranto and Surroundings Full-Day Bike Tour

Otranto and Surroundings Full-Day Bike Tour - Otranto, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Otranto, Italy

From USD
$106.57

Riding through secondary roads and a pleasant dirt patch, we will discover one of the most fascinating and typical areas of Salento: the surroundings of Otranto.

Crossing the Valley of Idro we will bump into his Byzantine crypt of Saint Angel, and we will reach the foundation “Le Costantine” a center dedicated to organic farming and traditional weaving with old looms. We will cycle towards the megalithic garden of Giurdignano, to admire his prehistoric dolmen and menhir, than we will see a small lake in a disused bauxite quarry. 
Stop by a bakery with a stone oven for a delicious lunch with typical products, but also by Porto Badisco for a sweet coffe with ice and almond milk and for a fresh swim.

We'll go up the Idro valley along a pleasant dirt patch and we'll see St ... More info ›

Riding through secondary roads and a pleasant dirt patch, we will discover one of the most fascinating and typical areas of Salento: the surroundings of Otranto.

Crossing the Valley of Idro we will bump into his Byzantine crypt of Saint Angel, and we will reach the foundation “Le Costantine” a center dedicated to organic farming and traditional weaving with old looms. We will cycle towards the megalithic garden of Giurdignano, to admire his prehistoric dolmen and menhir, than we will see a small lake in a disused bauxite quarry. 
Stop by a bakery with a stone oven for a delicious lunch with typical products, but also by Porto Badisco for a sweet coffe with ice and almond milk and for a fresh swim.

We'll go up the Idro valley along a pleasant dirt patch and we'll see St. Mauro Crypt, which was carved into the soft rock of Salento at the Byzantine time. We'll move on to Casamassella and stop at the Costantine Foundation, a center dedicated to organic farming and traditional weaving with old looms. 

Then we'll reach Giurdignano, main megalithic centre of Salento due to the many dolmens and menhirs, first evidence of human presence in the area. Stop by a bakery with a stone oven for a delicious lunch arranged by the organization. After lunch, we'll cycle to Porto Badisco for a long break, and weather permitting, a swim. It is also possible to rent canoes. 

We'll then move on along the magnificent coast road to Otranto. We will stop at Punta Palascìa lighthouse, the eastern most point of Italy, and a peculiar lake in a disused bauxite quarry. 

Return to Otranto in the late afternoon.

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