Removed from the crowds of some other Italian resorts, Puglia is essentially ‘the heel of the boot’ of Italy. Buried away in the south, it hides a myriad of guarded sights, historical architecture and beaches untouched by tourism.
Carovigno Carovigno is a charming little beach town with a rustic Italian atmosphere and picturesque scenery dotted all over the town. Known for beaches with the finest sand, Carovigno also has small bays and beautiful flourishing nature.
Fasano Fasano is a picturesque beach town featuring small coves, sandy beaches backed by sand dunes. This charming old town boasts beautiful historic sites such as ancient churches, palaces, country farmhouses, trulli houses and dry stone walls.
Monopoli Monopoli is a magnificent medieval town strewn with narrow cobblestoned streets, white-washed houses, rocky coves and an abundance of sandy beaches. Steeped in history and beautiful scenery, it’s ideal for sightseeing.
Ostuni Ostuni, also known as the ‘White City’ is a traditional Italian town dotted with white washed houses and rolling hillside. Ostuni’s maze of narrow cobblestoned streets and alleys are bursting with artisans’ shops and traditional Italian restaurants.
Polignano a Mare Polignano a Mare is a beautiful, tranquil beach town perched on a cliff overlooking the sea, lending to breathtaking scenery. Known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic Sea”, it’s famous for it’s crystal sea of varied hues and caves sculpted into the rocks.
Castellana Caves just outside Bari are a subterranean marvel not to be missed.
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