Italy Coast To Coast Ride: Puglia To Amalfi Coast

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Cycle through the heart of Southern Italy from Puglia to the Amalfi Coast

Details

Duration: 8 Days
Starts in: Italy
Group Size: 6-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start in the picturesque coastal town of Polignano a Mare.

Ride through fields and ancient olive groves to the amazing UNESCO city of Matera.

Challenging ride into the heart of Baslicata to the secret jewel of Castelmezzano, a village perched on top of the so called Dolomites of the South.

Cross the border into Campania by bike and reach the beautiiful hilltop village of Montesano sulla Marcellana.

Ride to the lovely village of Corleto Sant'Angelo and spend a night in a family-run agriturismo with pool.

Cycle all the way to the coastal town of Paestum in Campania; visit the famous Greek temple.

Train ride to Salerno; ride one of the most spectacular coastal roads in the world all the way to Sorrento via Amalfi.

End Sorrento.

Additional Information

Combining the best of two of our most popular Italian cycling trips, this itinerary offers the unique challenge of riding right across Italy from the Adriatic to the Tyrrhenian sea. Expect a rewarding point-to-point ride every day through some of Italy’s most picturesque scenery on quiet and unspoilt routes. Starting from the Apullian town of Polignano a Mare, we cross Italy from east to west and venture into the heart of the Baslicata and Campania regions. The itinerary includes time in the iconic UNESCO city of Matera, as well as other jewels like Padula and Castelmezzano, a mountain village perched on the so-called 'Dolomites of the south'. Our journey ends with a fantastic ride along the world-famous Amalfi Coast all the way to Sorrento.  

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