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Apart from the rental service, the Way To Move also offers tours to different locations in Apulia. Choose the one that suits you and your needs.

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Half Day Tours

Alberobello – Polignano a Mare

Departure for Alberobello: along the beautiful panoramic road that climbs from the sea to the Murgia hills and crosses the impressive Canale di Pirro with its rolling hills, vineyards and rural architecture. Visit to the capital of the Trulli, ancient limestone dwellings embellished with conical roofs, which were declared aWorld Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. Take a walk between the two most typical districts, Monti and Aia Piccola until you reach Parrocchia Sant’Antonio di Padovaa, a unique church built in trullo style. Learn some fun facts, myths and legends about the white symbols which decorate the most famous roofs in Italy.

Departure for Polignano a Mare, a small coastal town with its charming caves and the best view on them from the balconies overlooking the Adriatic sea. The Old Door Archway will lead you to the Old Town still fortified with original ancient walls. From there on there is a net of narrow streets and white houses of simple construction. In a beautiful medieval square you will find the Cathedral of the Madonna Assunta, which houses the relics of St. Vito, the patron saint, and the Palazzo del Sedile. Continue walking along the ancient Roman bridge until you reach the statue of a famous Italian singer Domenico Modugno who was born in Polignano (here you can have a break and enjoy a “special”coffee and an ice-cream).

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Full Day Tours

Bari – Conversano – Polignano a Mare

Departure for Bari, by the road which stretches along the Adriatic sea (with possible coffee-break on the seafront in Mola di Bari, Italy); arrival to the capital of Apulia and visit to the old town “Bari Vecchia”, well- known for the relics of San Nicola, visit to the Basilica, to the Piazza del Ferrarese and to the Piazza Mercantile. Outside the Old Town there is an elegant nineteenth-century district Murattiano with its luxurious shops. Here you can admire the Margherita theatre and a famous Petruzzelli theatre.

A ride along the Nazario Sauro seafront and on the way to Conversano, a medieval town with its original structure, which is located on the Murge hills. The symbol of Conversano is its medieval castle dominating the surrounding landscape.

Visit to the beautiful old town and to the Romanesque cathedral.

Departure for Polignano a Mare, a small coastal town with its charming caves and the best view on them from the balconies overlooking the Adriatic sea. The Old Door Archway will lead you to the Old Town still fortified with original ancient walls. From there on there is a net of narrow streets and white houses of simple construction. In a beautiful medieval square you will find the Cathedral of the Madonna Assunta, which houses the relics of St. Vito, the patron saint, and the Palazzo del Sedile. Continue walking along the ancient Roman bridge until you reach the statue of a famous Italian singer Domenico Modugno who was born in Polignano (here you can have a break and enjoy a “special”coffee and an ice-cream).

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Villages of Itria Valley: Ostuni – Locorotondo – Martina Franca

Departure for Ostuni. A trip along the picturesque roads lined with age-old olive trees with stops to admire these natural sculptures. Arrival to the “white town”: a medieval town, one of the most beautiful in Italy, with its maze of narrow streets and lime houses, a panoramic view of the Itria Valley and the monumental Mother Church, dedicated to the Madonna Assunta, decorated with a fifteenth-century rose – one of the largest in Europe.

Departure for Martina Franca,  along beautiful Apulian countryside roads, olive groves, cherry orchards, drystone walls and trulli. Arrival in the beautiful town called “the parlour of the Itria Valley”, built on the hills that overlook spectacular views. Elegant, baroque, monumental, with a delightful piazza Roma crowned by the Palazzo Ducale, Martina Franca was the true embodyment of aristocracy centuries ago.

Walk through the streets, the courtyards, the balconies and the decorated portals until you reach the heart of the historic centre and the Basilica of San Martino, exemplifying the climax of Baroque architecture and housing important relics. Further on you will see the Porches, the medieval maze, the Church of San Domenico and will have an opportunity to admire the “pumi”, symbolic objects typical of the towns located in the Itria Valley.

Departure for Locorotondo: a small circular town which has received the Italian Orange Flag for sustainable tourism. The white of the lime is all around here, enhancing the intense colour of flowers on the balconies. Walk among the typical conical roofs called “cummerse” made of grey stone chiancarelle. Everything looks lovely and intimate in this historic town, though, giving you a sense of order both in faith and art.

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Personalized Tours

A journey through the wonders of Puglia

Do you need a personalized tour? Do you have any special requirements? Ask for more information now! We will do our best to develop a very special trip – your trip!

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