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Ostuni: Olive Oil Tasting Tour

1. Ostuni: Olive Oil Tasting Tour

Join the owner of the Masseria Capece and enjoy a guided olive oil tour with tasting. Take in the intense scents and colors among the ancient olive trees. Walk among the thousand-year-old olive trees, which are said to have been planted by veterans of the Punic Wars, more than 2000 years ago. Visit the oil mill, built in 1846 and in use until the 60s.  Learn all about how extra virgin olive oil is made and visit the oil mill. Taste some of the oils produced on the farm. Enjoy a taste of Puglia and experience life in rural Italy.

Ostuni: Old Town Tour on an Eco-Friendly Ape Calessino

2. Ostuni: Old Town Tour on an Eco-Friendly Ape Calessino

Discovering Ostuni, the "pearl of Puglia", from a different point of view: on board of our eco-friendly "Ape Calessino", among alleys and streets, squares, churches, statues and city gates. A little stop is scheduled at the cathedral of Ostuni in the old town. We will visit the famous Piazza della Libertà with its Sant'Oronzo Column, Arco Scoppa and Tanzarella palace. The white city, hanging between sky and sea, beaches and olive trees, offers picturesque views of alleys, steep stairways, courtyards and little squares overlooked by the typical white houses, decorated with colourful flowers, craft stores, traditionall restaurants and small shops.

Full-Day Wine Tour of Puglia and Basilicata & Matera Visit

3. Full-Day Wine Tour of Puglia and Basilicata & Matera Visit

You’ll travel with an expert guide through unspoiled landscape boasting centuries-old vineyards that have produced the famous Primitivo, Negromaro, Sussumaniello, and Aglianico e Bombino Bianco wines. This full-day excursion begins in Gioia del Colle. You’ll be taken on a tour by one of the owners of the organic vineyard, where focus is on the fantastic Primitivo wine. We will take you through the organic wine production process. Before lunch you’ll head to the ancient city of Matera, which is home to movie director Francis Ford Coppola. Matera has been the setting for a number of well-known films including Mel Gibson’s The Last Passion of Christ. You’ll enjoy lunch at a typical restaurant in the old town and afterwards visit the famous Sassi cave dwellings. In addition, you’ll have free time to explore the city at your leisure. If your accommodation is in Bari, Ostuni, or Lecce, you may be able to arrange pick-up. You’ll travel in fully-equipped, private transport, and enjoy the service of an expert bilingual (English/Italian) tour guide. Visits to a vineyard, with wine tastings, are included. You’ll have the opportunity to purchase wine and other products from the vineyard you visit.

From Ostuni: Lecce and Gallipoli Round-Trip Tour

4. From Ostuni: Lecce and Gallipoli Round-Trip Tour

Lecce, the Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy, has a long traditional affinity with Greek culture, going back to its foundation. The capital of Salento appeals for a unique combination of folklore, attractions, art and exciting scents. Admire the Cathedral, a wonderful example of baroque style, the former Convent of the Celestines, the Holy Cross Church, a symbol of the baroque style in Lecce built in 1646, the Arch of Triumph, erected in 1548 to pay homage to Charles V, and the churches of Saint Matthew, Saint John the Baptist and Saint Mary of the Graces. Gallipoli, from the Greek Kallipolis meaning beautiful city, is a fishing village on the coast of southern Puglia. Gallipoli old town, built on an island now connected to the mainland by a bridge, is a picturesque and nice place to stroll. The 17th century Baroque Saint Agate Cathedral is in the center of the town; several interesting churches are along the perimeter of the old town, facing the sea. The walls and bastions surrounding the old town have been built in the 15th century to fend off attacks, especially from pirates. The walls were altered in the 19th century, permitting beautiful views of the sea, port and harbors.

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What people are saying about Ostuni

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4.4 / 5

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We were welcomed very warmly by the employee of the Masseria Brancati. He told a hundred out and full of passion about the olive trees. After a walk through the orchard with trees of more than 2000 years old, we were guided around the Masseria (farm) in a chapel and later we were allowed to look underground in the cellar how the olive oil was extracted over the years. Finally, let's taste… we definitely recommend it.

This was time well spent! The tour included learning about the olive trees and the history of the farm. How oil was used in ancient times and the methods used back then compared to more modern times and to today. It all concluded with tasting the olive oil. The guide was wonderful.

The tour was very interesting, educational and fun. Our guide answered all of our questions and I enjoyed learning about the different types of olive oil and how to use them. I loved that he was 7th generation in his family to work this farm.

It is a very informative tour with information about olive oil making from a roman time to now. Great for English speakers

Really worth it. Clear explanation of a very old masseria with 2000 years old olive trees