Private excursion to the caves of Castellana, Polignano a mare and Alberobello
- Live the trulli of Alberobello, a unique UNESCO site!
- Discover Polignano a Mare: pearl on the Adriatic coastline!
- Live the caves of Castellana: a marvel of nature!
Your day trip begins at 10.00 with the pick up from your accommodation or a meeting point easy for you to reach. You will then go straight to the Caves of Castellana for the visit that take place at 11.00 am where you will see the amazing caves. 3 kilometers of tunnels and caves with fantastic names in which you will admire stalactites, stalagmites, canyons, fossils, concretions with extraordinary colors and the most bizarre shapes that will trigger the imagination of adults and children. The highlight of the visit will be the extraordinary White cave that is considered the brightest in the world. The visit ends at 01.00 pm. Then you will go to the Capital of Trulli: Alberobello. After the visit, or right before, you will have the chance to make a pause at a cafè or a restaurant in order to have a light lunch. After the break you will head to Polignano a Mare, perched on a 24-meter high cliff, offers to the travelers an extraordinary panorama who fill the heart with its intense blue sea and the shining white houses of its ancient old town, lying like a pearl on the Adriatic coastline. At the end of the visit you will return to your accommodation. An experience not to be missed!
- Transport with private car
- Expert guide
- Entry ticket to the caves of Castellana
- Tips and extras
- Child (0- 6): free
- Youth (7-14): reduced
Pick-up from your hotel/accomodation in Polignano or the surrounding areas
- Private tour (max 4 people)
- At the time of booking you will be asked to provide your pick-up address
- Every day
- At 10.00am
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