Dive into the heart of the Mediterranean, in the best-known part of Puglia. Cycle along dry-stone walls, trulli and masserie as far as the eye can see. Admiring the typical terraced landscape, the town of Alberobello, UNESCO World heritage, you will reach the famous “lungomare” (with no sea view) of Locorotondo. A breathtaking sunset will welcome you at Cisternino, then you can start chasing the centuries-old olive groves and reach the white Ostuni. Enjoy the scent of the sea cycling along the coast at Parco delle Dune costiere. From Monopoli, old town facing the Adriatic Sea, known for its cultural and artistic heritage and its cuisine, through a territory dotted by masserie you will reach Polignano a Mare, surrounded by silent bays, cliffs and soft sandy beaches. Cycle along the coast roads on the notes of “Volare, nel blu dipinto di Blu” of Modugno, born here. Head for the Norman-Angevin Conversano, the town that gave birth to Costanza D’Altavilla, mother of Frederick II. Orecchiette with turnip tops, panzerotti and all the popular Puglian dishes will wait for you, in the evening, together with the “bombette” and the “fornello” traditional grilled meat of the Itria Valley. You will cross flowering almond and cherry trees, in the towns of Conversano and Turi, passing through Gioia del Colle and its Norman-Swabian castle reaching the Sassi di Matera, UNESCO World Heritage. Complete your travel plan with local experts and guides. They will guide you through cultural experiences, nature adventures and traditions.