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Must Sees in Puglia

  • Polignano A Mare is a town of 16,000 inhabitants, which lies right in the center of Apulia. It has a lovely, antique village sheer above the sea.
  • Valle d`Itria is famous for the round Trulli with their cone-shaped roofs.
  • Otrantois is a renowned medieval town known to be the most eastern spot of the Italian peninsula.
  • Ostuni called "the white city" (la citta bianca) because of the whitewashed houses of the Old Quarter.
  • Roca Vecchia is a popular rocky beach not too far from Lecce with clean, transparent water and rocks with natural pools for swimming.
  • Gargano Promontory is home to ancient woodlands of oak, beech, ilex and pine.
  • Tavoliere Plain at the border with Basilicata is a pretty coastal strip of sand dunes and bijou resorts
  • Bari lies further down the coastline and has trendy restaurants and lively nightspots.
  • Lecce offers superb Baroque and Romanesque architecture.
  • Taranto is on the Ionian Coast. Colonized by the Spartans and once the capital of Magna Graecia.

Italy’s Stiletto

Turquoise waters lapping miles of pristine shoreline, intermingled with broad, vineyard-covered plains make Puglia an excellent backdrop for the ideal vacation.