Puglia, Italy

Walk 4 - Coreggia and its shops walking and hiking route


Walk Instructions

Thanks to the HPB signposts, it’s now easy to find the way from the HPB office to the trulli. But as many of the lanes around Coreggia seem to be dead ends, or private drives, it can be daunting to know where else to walk. The main road through Coreggia is a bit too busy to make an attractive stroll. However, it is possible, for example, to walk from our trulli to the butchers or the cake and pasta shop mostly via quiet lanes.

From the HPB car park, we go straight ahead, as if heading for the office, until we reach the STOP sign (700m). The route is marked in blue arrows on the map. Here we turn left. After about 300m there is a sign for ‘Piscina’ to the left. Shortly after this we see a road with a ‘No Entry’ sign on the right (it is signed as ‘Via di Garzella’, not as shown on the map!). If we walk up this road (about 300m) we reach the main road near the church and the hardware shop. Turning right at the end of the road, we find the butchers and the post box on the right in about 100m.

To reach the cake and pasta shop ‘La Trullesa’. we turn left out of the one-way street, and the shop is about 150m along the road on the right.

The old church, opposite the village pump, has always been shut when we have visited.

To return to the site from the cake shop, we can continue along the main road for about another 150m, then turn sharp left by a bus stop and another sign for the Piscini. We follow this road back to the stop sign, and follow the HPB signs back to the site. Total about 3.5km.

Alternatively, we can go up the main street past the HPB office and turn right at the traffic lights, to follow the HPB signed car route back to the site. Note that the new church and car park, with near space for Toni’s car, have replaced the diagonal shortcut road shown on the map.

If we don’t need to go shopping, we can take a circular walk by leaving the car park in the direction of Coreggia, and then taking the first track left after 200m. In 150m it bends to the right, and shortly afterwards we see a ruined trullo on the left, and its modern equivalent, a little square breeze-block house on the right. In 250m we come to a tarmac road and turn right. Soon after, we follow the road round to the left (south, WP113), ignoring the track to the left. The road rises slightly between 4 neat trulli roofs on our left and 2 more rustic roofs to the right. Soon we reach a 3-way junction (WP114). Here we go straight on, following the road round as it bends right. At the next 3-way junction (WP115), we go straight ahead , and then follow the road for about another 1km until it reaches the road described above which leads from the bus stop back to the STOP sign, then follows the HPB signs back to our trulli.


Disclaimer: This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers' own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the ‎level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.


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