A land of sea, hills and endless plains, Apulia is mostly known for its amazing coastline but also for its rugged coastline, its whitewashed hill towns, like Ostuni, its centuries-old farmland rich with olive groves, citrus fruit, vineyards and an abundance of delectable fruit and vegetables.
When you think about this region, first you think about “Trulli”, the typical white stone huts with distinctive conical roofs scattered all over Apulia’s countryside and especially in Alberobello and in the Itria Valley.
Salento’s white sandy beaches with crystal-clear waters is for relaxation. Entertainment can be easily found at traditional summer festivals, based on Apulia’s unique history and traditions.
Gargano, the “spur of the Italian boot” encapsulates all that is wonderful in Italy: a promontory of pristine wilderness, groves of cultivated olives and citrus trees, charming villages with fabulous frescoes adorning cathedral walls. In Apulia, you are guaranteed the most delicious, unforgettable dishes based on local ancient recipes, found in trattorias full of character, ambience, and local culture.
Last but not least is Polignano a Mare the romantic town par excellence of Puglia, a town that seems to be clinging onto the cliffs overlooking the Adriatic Sea, famous for its sea caves and pristine beaches.