Polignano a Mare seems to be magically suspended between the sea and the earth, with its cliffs sinking under the Adriatic Sea. Admiring it from down below is an exceptional experience.
By boat, we can see some of the unique places, impossible to reach on foot. The journey will leave from Cala Ponte from the coastal area of San Vito when we embark upon one of the small "open" crafts, admiring the landscape while hearing an explanation about the history and natural surroundings and enjoying a small snack with a cold drink.
There will be no shortage of saltwater splashing against your skin during the journey, and a dive into the crystal clear waters of the unchanged caves of one of the world's most famous towns.
You will discover Rondinelle Cave, Cala Paura, Grottone, Lama Monachile, Bastione Santo Stefano, Arcivescovado Cave, Palazzese Cave, Favale Cave, S. Pietro and Paolo Cave, “Scherdète” Cave, Ardito Cave, Colonna d’Ercole Cave, S. Cosimo Cave, S. Damiano and S. Espedito Cave, Delle Monache Caves, “Macello” Cave, Della Colonna Cave, Cala Sala, Pozzo Vivo Cave, Dei Colombi Cave.