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Puglia: a land to discover

Puglia is a very large region, able to combine locations of all kinds. It is very easy to go from the amazing Salento beaches to the wild hills of the Itria Valley, or get lost in the green Umbra Forest of the Gargano or in the Parco delle Gravine rocky landscapes.

In Puglia, history and architecture are also presented with a thousand different aspects: from the splendid Lecce Baroque to the Alberobello trulli, from the Taranto archaeological findings to the Altamura and Castel del Monte medieval art.

Sun, sea, beaches, trulli and secular olive trees: Puglia, a beloved region and a favorite summer destination in Italy and abroad, is certainly all of this.

The heel of Italy has an added, intangible value. It is that strong experiential element that it offers to all its visitors. It is, in fact, a region to be explored with all five senses to capture shapes, sounds, smells and flavors and fully understand the traditions related to art, history and culture of this territory.

Then let us enjoy every single glimpse of it: choose your next destination and book your unforgettable experience!

Alberobello

Situated in the Itria Valley, this Apulian town owes its fame to the trulli, characteristic houses that became a UNESCO heritage site in 1996.

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castel del monte

Castel del monte

At 540 meters above sea level, dominating the western Apulian Murgia, stands Castel del Monte, an ancient octagonal-shaped fortress,..

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Lecce

In the central northern part of the Salento valley is located Lecce, a town rich in testimonies and art works from the Roman, medieval and Renais...

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Monopoli

Monopoli is a town that emanates positivity, which transmits serenity and which recharges the soul. City of medieval origin, it overlooks the sea and is surrounded...

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Matera

Matera, the city of Sassi, is a small jewel carved into the mountains, a place where time seems to have stopped and the surroundings seem painted. Matera has conquered photographers...

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Ostuni

The Salento white city, Ostuni, takes its name from the color of most of its houses located in the town and historic center, once entirely painted with white lime. Ostuni stands on a hill..

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Otranto

A Salento jewel, Otranto, located on the Adriatic coast of the Salento peninsula is the easternmost town in Italy, the bridge between West and East
an area full of Caribbean beaches...

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Polignano

Polignano a Mare, called the "Pearl of the Adriatic" is 30 km far from Bari. Crystal sea, impressive caves carved by the sea, Domenico Modugno birthplace, Polignano fascinates with...

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Taranto

Between Salento and the Ionian Sea there is Taranto, an ancient apulian merchant town and an important colony of Magna Graecia. Taranto tells its time-stratified story ...

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Alberobello

Situated in the Itria Valley, this Apulian town owes its fame to the trulli, characteristic houses that became a UNESCO heritage site in 1996.

Keep reading

castel del monte

Castel del monte

At 540 meters above sea level, dominating the western Apulian Murgia, stands Castel del Monte, an ancient octagonal-shaped fortress,..

Keep reading...

Lecce

In the central northern part of the Salento valley is located Lecce, a town rich in testimonies and art works from the Roman, medieval and Renais...

Keep reading...

Monopoli

Monopoli is a town that emanates positivity, which transmits serenity and which recharges the soul. City of medieval origin, it overlooks the sea and is surrounded...

Keep reading...

Matera

Matera, the city of Sassi, is a small jewel carved into the mountains, a place where time seems to have stopped and the surroundings seem painted. Matera has conquered photographers...

Keep reading...

Ostuni

The Salento white city, Ostuni, takes its name from the color of most of its houses located in the town and historic center, once entirely painted with white lime. Ostuni stands on a hill..

Keep reading...

Otranto

A Salento jewel, Otranto, located on the Adriatic coast of the Salento peninsula is the easternmost town in Italy, the bridge between West and East
an area full of Caribbean beaches...

Keep reading...

Polignano

Polignano a Mare, called the "Pearl of the Adriatic" is 30 km far from Bari. Crystal sea, impressive caves carved by the sea, Domenico Modugno birthplace, Polignano fascinates with...

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Valle d'itria

The Itria Valley is an area rich in specialties, both in terms of food and wine and culture. Stretches of olive trees, trees grown in the red earth, welcome the...

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Vieste

It is fully surrounded by the sea and offers suggestive and breathtaking views. The old village, lying on a rock that dominates the sea, maintains the features of its medieval origin...

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Taranto

Between Salento and the Ionian Sea there is Taranto, an ancient apulian merchant town and an important colony of Magna Graecia. Taranto tells its time-stratified story ...

Keep reading...

Valle d'itria

The Itria Valley is an area rich in specialties, both in terms of food and wine and culture. Stretches of olive trees, trees grown in the red earth, welcome the...

Keep reading...

Vieste

It is fully surrounded by the sea and offers suggestive and breathtaking views. The old village, lying on a rock that dominates the sea, maintains the features of its medieval origin...

Keep reading...

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