Three easy walking in nature, with English-speaking escort guide.
Otranto and the coast
Visit the beautiful town of Otranto and its majestic Cathedral featuring the enormous Tree of Life Mosaic. Rich in symbolism, it’s one of the most important mosaics of Italy. Discover the incredible story of how the city’s fishermen become warriors against an army of ruthless pirates. A walk along Italy’s most eastern coastlines exhibits hidden treasures and pristine landscapes.
Gallipoli and Porto Selvaggio
The route winds along the coast of the Nature Park, Porto Selvaggio. The pine tree forests meet the marine protected sea along its rugged limestone shores. You can stop for a seafood lunch on the cliffs before you reach "Beautiful City", Gallipoli, situated on a little island, whose entrances are the Castle walls and the old Fish Market.
The Trails of Ciolo
Walk along the Cipolliane pathways on stunning cliff tops overlooking the sea and rugged coastline dotted with euphorbia and prickly pear plants. Continue the trail among olive trees and Mediterranean plants and flowers; By car, drive down to the cape of Santa Maria di Leuca, where land meets sea. Possibility of boat trip to explore the caves.