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Torre Guaceto Greenblu Resort, thanks to its privileged position, offers guests the opportunity to reach places of historical and cultural interest of high value: Alberobello and the heritage of the Trulli, Ostuni the white city, the Torre Guaceto Nature Reserve, the Caves of Castellana, Lecce and its baroque.
Arrived in the city visit of a typical original Trullo and by the master Trullo, for illustration and information on the construction of a Trullo, tasting of typical products in a suggestive panoramic point, free time for the white streets surrounded by Trulli.
TORRE GUACETO NATURE RESERVE
Low difficulty excursion in a protected area rich in biodiversity. A quiet walk during which we will discover various natural habitats of great importance such as the wetland with reeds, the coast with the splendid coves and the Mediterranean scrub. It will also be possible to admire Torre Guaceto, the Aragonese watchtower located on a promontory from which you can enjoy a fantastic view.
OSTUNI BY NIGHT
The first stop is Piazza Sant’Oronzo for some historical and architectural signs of the town; continue the walk to the Cathedral, illustrating its main features. Visit of an artisan workshop with demonstration of the preparation of a terracotta whistle. Free time available.
ZOOSAFARI & FASANOLANDIA
Visit by bus of the largest Zoo in Europe, fun on the rides inside the Fasanolandia Park with 5 attractions of your choice. Possibility to split the excursion.
CAVES OF CASTELLANA
Guided tour of about 2 hours (3 km long route) with a visit to the famous White Grotto. The route winds through galleries full of stalactites and stalagmites with unexpected features and appearance.
You can walk to the historic centre from Porta Napoli; the guided tour starts from Piazza del Duomo, easily accessible, and touches the main monuments of the city, such as the Duomo, Piazza S. Oronzo, the Roman Amphitheatre and the Basilica of S Cross. The tour also includes a stop at the shop of a papier-mâché, who exhibits his artefacts and explains their production techniques.