A new updated version of Apulia Bike Tours website is now online

The Italian company specialized in cycling tours widens its offer with walking holidays in Puglia and Basilicata.

Apulia Bike Tours has recently launched its new website dedicated to cycling holidays in Puglia and Basilicata, Southern Italy.

The website owner is Bike & Hike, a tour operator based in Puglia. Since 2013, it has been organizing bike trips, proposing a great variety of self-guided and guided tours to cyclists of any level and age, and looking after every aspect of the holiday, such as bicycle rental, accommodation and luggage transportation.

The various tours allow cyclists to enjoy the best spots in these regions, including some UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Sassi of Matera, typical cave dwellings, Alberobello and its trulli, which characterize the Itria Valley, Lecce and its marvellous Baroque architecture, the amazing coast of Salento, Ostuni, known as the white city, the magnificent Castel del Monte and much more.

A new graphic interface gives a more modern touch to the website, which also features some interesting new contents. The most important introduction is the section dedicated to walking tours in Puglia and Basilicata; it includes two self-guided itineraries created to discover on foot the authentic charm of these two regions.Furthermore, five entry-level cycling tours have been added to the itineraries by bike. Rather simple and short, they are perfect for those who are looking for their first cycling holiday.

Great news also about Sicily: in order to discover by bike Syracuse, Ragusa, Modica, Noto and the other Late Baroque Towns, four self-guided bike trips in Sicily are now available.

In conclusion, Bike & Hike has certainly enriched its catalogue, remaining always faithful to its travel philosophy: slow tourism is a unique and fantastic opportunity to explore a country in a sustainable and responsible way.

For further information about offers and itineraries, it is possible to contact the company via email or using the specific booking forms.

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