A land rich in tradition and folklore, natural and architectural beauty, flavors and colors. Puglia is surely one of the most beautiful regions of Italy, with unique features, which allows it to be appreciated worldwide. Treasure of art, culture, history and nature, land of sun and sea, it is the perfect region for every trip of pleasure and relaxation, suitable to meet every type of tourist demand because of the vastness of landscapes available. And what about the good food, wine and great hospitality of Puglia? Let yourself be charmed by this unique land. Puglia is waiting for you.
Bari, administrative center of the region and province, is a city full of attractions, history and traditions. It has always been the place where Eastern and Western culture come together.
With its beautiful beaches and the beautiful historic center of high-medieval origins overlooking the sea, Monopoli is the place where art, history and entertainment come together harmoniously.
Polignano a Mare is undoubtedly the pearl of the province of Bari. A unique city, where the sea is the protagonist. With its fascinating sea caves and natural terraces overlooking the Adriatic, Polignano offers unique experiences, straddling unique scenery, traditional colors and flavors.
Located on the plateau of the Murgia, Castellana is best known for the spectacular complex of caves, karst underground cavities, a natural place among the most beautiful and evocative of Italy.
Alberobello is a unique town in the world that, since 1996, has been recognized as World Heritage Site, due to its great architectural and cultural value.
Putignano, famous for the oldest carnival in Europe and among the longest in the world, is a beautiful town extended on three hills, less than 40 km from Bari.
The houses painted in white lime and the peculiar topography have earned Ostuni fairy epithets, as "White City", "Queen of Olives", "Nativity city".
Known to everyone as "The Florence of the South", Lecce, the heart of Salento, is the largest city in the east of our country, rich in history and traditions, influenced by ancient Messapian origins, from Roman culture and the disproportionate wealth of the Baroque.
Martina Franca, known for its Baroque architecture, whitewashed streets and the music festival of the Itria Valley, situated on the southern foothills of the Murgia, on the border of the provinces of Taranto, Brindisi and Bari.