Visit the South of Italy with Sentieri
June 25–July 8, 2023
• Vieste • Alberobello • Ostuni • Monopoli • Lecce • Otranto • Gallipoli • Matera • Rome
Less visited and somewhat more rural than other parts of Italy, Puglia and Basilicata are where the hills are filled with olive groves and long, sandy beaches overlook clear seas. Vegetables overflow the stalls in local markets and high-quality food and drink are an element of everyday life.
In terms of culture, family, food, art, architecture and music — they all play an important part, individually and collectively, in Italy’s south. This is something you will witness at every step, every bite, every sip and on every face. Italians take pride in their culture and want to share it with their guests.
10 Reasons to Visit Southern Italy
• Admire the many unique UNESCO World Heritage sites • Lose yourself in amazing fairy-tale towns • Swim in crystal blue waters • Marvel at stunning landscapes • Meet friendly locals • Taste some remarkable olive oil — 12% of the world’s supply is from here • Visit the historical treasures of the south • Dine on top-notch regional cuisine and relish the excellent wines • Sleep in a boutique cave in Matera • Enjoy amazing weather — these are some of the sunniest areas in Italy
Registration and a nonrefundable deposit of $1,000 are due by December 5, 2022.
Airfare is not included. Pricing is based on 22 participants.
Download the Registration form here: Puglia Registration V2
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Price per person, double occupancy: $3,190 — $1,000 Deposit for double occupancy:
Price per person, single occupancy: $4,150. — $1,000 Deposit for single occupancy: