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The paths are immersed in the Alta Murgia National Park, walking you have the feeling of being in a large open space in which to wander with your gaze towards infinite horizons characterized by the pungent smells of mint and wild thyme in the intense green of the wheat fields or rocky pastures between the evident yellow of the ferula, meeting orchids and cricket hawks. In this land, emperors, farmers, shepherds, lumberjacks, together with the climate, have made the landscape and its culture unique. On the way you will meet beautiful farms, you will cross oak forests, along the ancient sheep tracks of transhumance you will discover jazzi and post offices, you will walk along panoramic mule tracks and among the wheat fields you will admire ancient straw hay and fish. On the hills, flocks of sheep will mingle with the characteristic sharp rocks that give this territory its name (murex = murice> murgia).
Along the sea with a fantastic coastline full of sea caves that they were inhabited since the Neolithic, as attested by the materials found by Majellaro and Prelorenzo. We will discover the Caves of Ripalta. Along this stretch of the Via Francigena you can also admire the typical Apulian rural landscape with its dry stone walls, haystacks and small houses. We will continue on a short stretch through a fantastic meadow of spontaneous orchids we will be able to reach the coves, small inlets created by blades, erosive furrows typical of the Apulian landscape. From the ancient Posta Santa Croce walking along the transhumance routes in Puglia. We will start from Dolmen La Chianca, a prehistoric megalithic tomb from the Bronze Age. Crossing one of the typical blades of this territory we will reach a vast complex of karst origin characterized by the presence of caves where in 1955 a femur belonging to an adult individual of Homo sapiens neandertalensis was found.
We will walk along the Trani seafront towards the south, to reach the Falesie path. Along this rocky coast with high and continuous walls overlooking the sea, far from the city, it will be possible to admire the colorful bee-eater. A species of slender and colorful bird that can reach a length of 25–29 cm including the two elongated feathers of the tail. These magni ﬁ c birds with their unmistakable "crane-crane" lines nest along the rocky walls. After reaching a shady pine forest on the sea, the ﬀ charming wild orchids will emerge, these deceptive plants that with their strange shapes and colors always manage to attract in addition to insects .. passionate about nature and photography;) The route will end in Torre Olivieri, a lookout tower located on the coast, in the Lama Paterna, an erosive furrow typical of the Apulian landscape, which conveys rainwater from the Murge karst plateau towards the Adriatic Sea.
3 days of trekking to discover Imperial Puglia, its rural and wild landscapes, its ancient maritime and Murgian culture. The feeling will be that of being in a large open space in which to wander with your gaze towards infinite horizons characterized by the pungent smells of mint and wild thyme in the intense green of the wheat fields or rocky pastures between the evident yellow of the ferula, meeting orchids and lesser kestrels. In this land, emperors, farmers, shepherds, lumberjacks, together with the climate, have made the landscape and its culture unique.
Our staff is made up of boys of friends, graduates for the roles they hold within the Association. They are motivated by a passion for our territory.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the best Nature Walks in Bari?
The best Nature Walks in Bari according to Viator travelers are:
- Excursions in the Alta Murgia National Park
- Bisceglie Exploration
- The path of the cliffs
- 3 days of exploration from the Adriatic Sea to the Alta Murgia National Park
- Excursion and Trekking to the Bauxite Quarries
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