Things to See & Do in Puglia
Gargano National Park
A densely wooded region declared protected in the early 1990s, Gargano National Park is a conservation site for many endangered species of flora and fauna. Ruins of farmhouses and oddly placed religious statues are to be stumbled upon around every tree stump as the local goats and deer watch on.
Acquapark Egnazia in Monopoli
Acquapark Egnazia is a new water park located in Monopoli, designed for all the family with water attractions such as the new swimming pool with artificial waves and the all-new speed water slides.
ZooSafari in Fasano
Zoo safari Fasanolandia Fasano is the first zoo wildlife park in Italy and one of the largest in Europe for number of species . In fact welcomes about 1,700 specimens of 200 different species in an area with Mediterranean covering approximately 140 hectares..
Located near Bari, the Castellana Caves tunnel deep under the earth’s surface and conceal a labyrinth of spiking and twisting rock formations. Take a guided tour and admire the contorted shapes by the sunlight that filters through the cracks.
Learn how to cook like the locals at one of the established cooking schools around Puglia. Most are found in the countryside, offering a stunning backdrop to your lessons, and spend anything from an afternoon to a week taking you through the intricacies of quintessential Italian dishes.