Tour guidé en vélo dans les Puilles

Here you will find the hotels we have very carefully selected for your cycling trip in Puglia.

This list is subject to change depending on the availability of the accommodations, the period of your reservation request, and your specific needs. In case of change, we guarantee the same standard of quality of accommodations.

Upon request, we can also make hotel upgrades at the time of booking.

Matera: Dimore dell’Acqua

Located in the heart of the historic centre of Matera, also known as Sassi di Matera and declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the guest house Le Dimore dell’Acqua boasts a terrace overlooking the ancient city. Furnished in a modern style, the rooms have a balcony overlooking the city. During your stay at the Dimore dell’Acqua you can relax with a walk through Matera’s Sassi and stop for a bite to eat in one of the many restaurants serving local cuisine.

Matera: Dimore dell’Acqua

In the heart of the Matera’s historical centre, known as Sassi di Matera and listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site, Le Dimore dell’Acqua offers a terrace view over the ancient city. All featuring a balcony with city view, the rooms are modernly furnished. They have a private bathroom and are equipped with flat-screen TV and air conditioning. Guests of Le Dimore dell’Acqua can enjoy a walk to Matera’s Sassi and stop for a bite at one of the many restaurants serving local food on the way.

Castellaneta: Grotte di Sileno

Located in Castellaneta, 37 km from Taranto Cathedral and 38 km from Castello Aragonese, Le Grotte di Sileno is an accommodation completely surrounded by nature, with a large outdoor garden where you can spend time and relax.
The 24 hectares that make up the estate of Le Grotte di Sileno are located on an archaeological site occupied over the centuries by Peucetians, Greeks and Romans, up to the Normans and then the Benedictines.

As evidenced by the finds of ancient cellars and witnessed by the extraordinary thousand-year-old olive trees, oil and wine have always been produced in this strip of Apulia, and this tradition still proceeds today with respect for tradition and territory.

Alberobello: Il Gabellota Resort

Il Gabellota Resort offers you the opportunity to enjoy the Puglia countryside while staying in a Trullo or a stone room. These ancient stone buildings, part of UNESCO World Heritage, are typical of Alberobello. Some of the Trulli have a private patio area and a conical roof, and are surrounded by a floral garden, while studios have vaulted ceilings. This accommodation has an outdoor pool, hot tub in the garden and free WiFi throughout.

Monopoli: Albergo Diffuso

Located in various locations in the historic center, a few steps from the seafront of Monopoli and its beautiful beaches, the “scattered hotels” of Monopoli offer elegant rooms and accommodations, obtained from the typical houses with “tuffo” (limestone) walls and provided with every comfort. (Type of accommodation based on availability)

Ostuni: Hotel Ostuni Palace

With its impressive façade, Ostuni Palace fits in perfectly in the White City of Ostuni. It offers a spa, an elegant piano bar, and an Italian restaurant. Rooms have a classic and elegant design. Guests can unwind at the modern Ostuni Palace Spa equipped with a hot tub, a sauna, and a Turkish Bath. Sensory showers, a relaxation area, and massages are also available. The spa uses natural products made with local olive oil.

Lecce: Risorgimento Resort

Featuring a roof-top restaurant with panoramic views, the Risorgimento Resort is located in Lecce’s Baroque historic centre. It offers free WiFi throughout, large modern rooms, and a relaxing spa. Rooms are air conditioned and come with a minibar and satellite TV. Each has a marble bathroom with bathrobes and slippers.