Ostuni to Savelletri: the Itria Valley on motorbike with Discoverent
On two wheels to discover magical places such as Cisternino, Locorotondo and Alberobello
16 February 2021 |
The d’Itria Valley certainly needs no introduction, both geographically and touristically. This characteristic area of ??Puglia has been a favorite for millions of tourists who have visited our beloved region over many years, but it is also one of the main stops on Discoverent's motorcycle tours.From Ostuni to Savelletri, the Itria Valley is the protagonist, with enchanting locations such as Alesia Luxury Suite, immersed in the famous White City, or the Selva di Fasano, a real "pilgrimage" destination for all motorcyclists in the area who meet in Viale Toledo, but also an oasis of peace and relaxation thanks to the presence of oaks, holm oaks, pines, chestnuts, cypresses, firs and many other species of plants.
With Discoverent you can also discover Cisternino, one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in Italy", which is where we have our lunch break during our tours, given its famous culinary tradition. The Itria Valley includes other wonderful places such as Martina Franca and Locorotondo, another of the "Most Beautiful Villages in Italy", renowned above all for a spectacular architectural feature, Cummerse, and 146 streets.
However, the most famous town in the Itria Valley is Alberobello, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996 mainly due to the wonderful Rione Monti where the characteristic Trulli stand. The hamlet of Coreggia, on the other hand, was chosen by Discoverent as a dining location, precisely in the historical restaurant Trattoria Da Donato, in a context where time seems to have stopped, without, however, renouncing modernity and, of course, traditional cuisine.
The final destination on the Discoverent day tour itinerary is Savelletri, a seaside fraction of Fasano where a beautiful port stands. It's quite picturesque in the evening. Moreover, Savelletri is home to the Archaeological Park of Egnazia, with its millenary excavations immersed in the centuries-old olive trees of the countryside and only a stone's throw from the sea.