Tours and Trip Packages to Salento in May 2025

Traveling to Salento in May 2025? We offer 5+ tours, trips and vacation packages to Salento in May 2025. Our Salento in May 2025 tour packages and trips have 100+ customer reviews. All the Salento May 2025 tour packages and trips are carried out by hand-picked, qualified local and international Salento tour operators.

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Salento May 2025 Tour Reviews

4.7 - Excellent
Based on 104 customer reviews
Cycling Puglis
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
The sun shone,the bikes were sturdy to cope with the bumpy roads and the food was outstanding. After a long and undulating first day I thought I'd never keep up. But my legs did get used to the speed of the others and the hills became just a small challenge. A great holiday with lovely people.
A taste of a lesser known region of Italy
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
This trip gave a flavour of the region of Puglia in more ways than one... Staying in four different locations across the week, we learned about the importance of olives and wine in the region with visits to a an olive grove for olive oil tasting and a factory for wine tasting, and were encouraged to try local specialities by our leader who at group meals ordered a range of typical dishes so that we could try a variety. Although not specifically a food tour, food has to be a major part of any trip to Italy...
An interesting tour of this region
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
This is an interesting tour overall. The three main places visited - Matera, Alberobello and Lecce - are all so historical and individually fascinating to explore, yet completely different. The accommodation is similarly characterful and varied; potentially having a cave room in Matera, next a trullo in Alberobello, then a converted monastery in Ostuni (my room, in the roof, had the original guttering inside the room!) and finally an old palazzo in Lecce. There is a lot of free time outside of the designated free day, which might not suit some people, particularly solo travellers who don't bond as well with others in their group (our group of twelve had six solo travellers and those who wanted to could always find someone to explore with, as everyone was pretty sociable). Although this trip is graded as leisurely, there is a lot of walking around the various places visited, sometimes involving quite steep climbs on steps/cobbles/slopes, especially in Matera.

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