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The best of Pugliese cuisine is meat and fish. One of the best and most healthy diets in the world.
Among the finest Italian seaside resorts suitable for families and young people with a clear, clean sea.
For sports near our bb are available a sailing center, kitesurf, horse and a go-kart.
And for the most fashionable nightclubs there in the sea or even on the beach, evenings in music, concerti e tanto shopping.

…and more full of fun and relaxation!

  • Torre Guaceto

    Beautiful oasis with a marine protected area is a nature reserve status. Walking among the coves surrounded by nature.

  • Alberobello

    Renowned for its residences, called trulli that, from 1996, are UNESCO World Heritage Site, is part of the Valle d'Itria. A must visit.

  • Lecce

    The city where more elaborate was the development of Baroque using the characteristics of local stone, Lecce stone. We speak, in fact, Baroque of Lecce and, for the beauty of its monuments, The city is known as the Florence of the South.
    Plus: theaters, shopping and antiques market.

  • Ostuni

    Also known as White City, because of its quaint old town entirely painted with white lime. Along with Taranto and Santa Maria di Leuca, constitutes one of the highest ideals of the Salento peninsula.
    Plus: shopping street and many local Pula for the evening.

  • Grottaglie

    The city lies on the slope of a hill called Monte Pizzuto Murge, hinterland of Taranto and the southern end of the Murgia of trulli. Famous for its pottery and art school.

  • Polignano

    The oldest part of town stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Adriatic Sea.
    Of particular interest are its natural caves and historically important are the historic center and the remains of Roman rule. Among the latter on the bridge of Trajan, still viable, that crosses Lama Monachile.
    Plus: restaurants, ice cream, glass art, diving competition RedBull.

  • Otranto

    Situated on the Adriatic coast of Salento, it is the most eastern of Italy: the head of the same name, also called Punta Palasc├Ča, south of the town, is the geographic point to the east of the Italian peninsula. First Messapic center and Roman, then Byzantine and later aragonese, develops around the imposing Norman castle and cathedral.
    Plus: restaurants, pizzerias and shopping sprees.

  • Castelana Caves

    The karstic caves of speleological and tourist stretch for a length of about 3 km, up to reach depths in the order of 72 meters below the ground level where you can reach the charming White Cave.

  • Oria

    Medieval town with castle, located in a hilly area in the northern border with Salento Murgia, in 1951 she was awarded the title of city and important center messapico later Roman, the city has known since the Middle Ages for its Jewish community.
    reenactment and medieval games with parade.

  • Carovigno

    Collineggiante town is part dell'Altosalento and is a center for production of quality olive oil.
    Plus: beautiful castle “Dentice Frasso” and restaurants for dinner or happy hour.

  • Mesagne

    It is situated along the Via Appia Antica
    Plus: lovely old town with several restaurants, breweries, pizzerias and bars special.

  • Ceglie

    It is one of the oldest towns in Puglia and was founded around the fifteenth century BC, and its ancient churches, the castle and the delicious food, I'm very attracted to foreigners.
    Plus: very nice beer garden.

  • Toast

    An important center of Salento in southern Italy, The city has historically played an important role in the commercial and cultural, due to its favorable position to the Far East and its natural harbor, extant, the Adriatic Sea.
    Plus: museums, cathedral, Church of St. John, Palace Nervegna, waterfront and marina, restaurants and pubs.

  • Francavilla Fontana

    It is also known as the City of Imperial, in honor of the Imperial princes who ruled the city continuously for about two centuries, bringing the feud at the apex of power, which subsequently became one of the main cultural and industrial area
    Home to the National Fair of the Ascension, third largest regional trade fair after Bari and Foggia, in 2009 obtained from the Puglia region of the recognition “cities”.

  • Cisternino

    Overlooking the Itria valley studded with Trulli with a quaint old town where you can eat in the streets excellent meat when cooked straight from the butcher.

  • Martina French

    Note to the music festival in the Valle d'Itria (founded in 1975 by Alessandro Caroli), located on the southern Murgia.
    Plus: historic center, shopping on the way to Ceglie, antiques market, Bakeries, theater and concerts.

  • Locorotondo

    Tourist center of D'Itria Valley, commercial, famous for its white wine Locorotondo and belongs to the association of “The most beautiful villages in Italy”. The city said it was up to mid-nineteenth century “Luogorotondo” for the characteristic rounded shape up area.
    Plus: restaurants, festival of fireworks.

  • Bari

    It is known for being the city where lie the relics of St. Nicholas. This privilege has rendered Bari and his church a center favored by the Orthodox Church in the West.
    Bari has a solid mercantile tradition and has always been the nerve center in the trade and political-cultural contacts with Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Its port is now the largest passenger port in the Adriatic Sea. From 1930 if he has the Fiera del Levante Bari.
    The peculiar historical center (the so-called Barivecchia) is steeped in centuries of history and opposes all'ottocentesco Murat zone ordinate grid pattern, that best represents the commercial tradition of the city.
    Plus: various theaters.

  • Taranto

    The city is also known as “the city of two seas”, being characterized by the presence of three peninsulas natural and artificial island, formed after the original run to cut the peninsula during the construction of the trench of the Aragonese Castle.
    Plus: Museum of the gold of ancient Greece, old town with cathedral, swing bridge, port, shopping and seafood restaurants.

  • Gallipoli

    The city is stretched out over the Ionian Sea and is divided into two parts: the district and the historic center.
    The center, is on an island of limestone, connected to the mainland by an arched bridge seventeenth.
    Of great historic and natural is the Island of St. Andrew, about one mile off of the old town, characterized by the presence of wild animals, as the Audouin's Gull.
    Plus: port, shopping and seafood restaurants.

  • Santa Cesarea

    Located on the east coast of the Salento peninsula, entrance to the Strait of Otranto, is one of the major tourist centers of Salento.
    The locality is characterized by the presence of thermal springs of sulphurous water-salt-bromoiodiche that flow to a temperature of 30 ┬░ in four caves called Gattulla, Solfurea, Fetid and Solfatara.