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Suggestions for 4 week Adriatic coastal tour

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We're planning a month long trip in October, start in Venice with trip down the Adriatic Coast, then over the mountains to Basilicata and Calabria, flying home out of Naples or Rome. We plan a few days ferry trip from Bari to Albania, then back to Italy, continuing on down to Lecce. Rather than constant driving we're thinking of staying in a few villages or towns, and moving South every 3-4 days. We are contemplating radiating day trips so that we aren't constantly on the move. While Lecce, Matera, and Consenza are all on the itinerary, the Venice-to-Bari stretch is unknown territory to me. Any suggestions for interesting towns or areas to poke around in would be terrific.

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