The natural, historical and artistic beauties, but also the food and wine of Puglia are the protagonists of every self-respecting holiday. We will help you to organize the perfect trip to this beautiful region of Italy with many tips on things to do and see not to be missed.
The natural beauty of Puglia is waiting for you.
Come and discover the perfect harmony between man and nature in an incredible experience that will leave you with unforgettable memories.
We will take you to discover all that makes this wonderful region of Italy special, but first of all you have to start from the superb and unique Apulian food and wine tradition.Details
Puglia was the cradle of many ancient civilizations and today preserves and preserves an artistic heritage to be discovered.Details
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Wild nature, rolling hills, fairytale sunsets, crystal clear sea, endless beaches and high cliffs. Puglia offers a wide range of natural beauties and breathtaking landscapes for everyone, from the most expert trekkers to relaxed visitors, to the simple onlookers who just want to enjoy the view.
Come and discover what makes Puglia so special. We organize excursions to discover the beauties of the Adriatic coast including Otranto and Polignano a Mare and the Ionian coast such as Gallipoli and Campomarino di Maruggio (Blue Flag 2019) to Santa Maria di Leuca where the two seas meet. Do not miss the hinterland to discover Alberobello and Locorotondo in the Itria Valley dotted with trulli and farms, or the vast expanses of olive trees of Ostuni, also known as the "white city" and the countryside of Cisternino and Martina Franca.
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We thought of this tour for you as a full immersion in the Apulian food and wine tradition. In this way you can never forget Puglia and Salento!
You can enjoy traditional dishes, based on meat and fresh fish, or the famous orecchiette prepared especially with meat sauce, in the best restaurants and in typical trattorias.
You can taste the typical Apulian mozzarella and the most genuine cheese just produced on the farm, visit the traditional oil mills where high quality extra virgin olive oil is produced and walk in the Apulian countryside teeming with vineyards and olive groves.
Moreover, if you love good wine and you are curious to know the origins of Primitivo wine, you cannot miss a small wine and food tour among the cellars of Manduria, the cradle of this famous full-bodied and elegant wine with an intense ruby red color.
It is possible, in fact, both to visit some vineyards, and to taste the Primitivo di Manduria wine directly in the cellars, accompanying it to typical foods and above all cheeses and baked goods at km 0.
If you have in mind a holiday dedicated to good wine, genuine food, nature and simplicity, Puglia is the destination for you.
There are many ancient civilizations that have alternated in Puglia: Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Normans, Swabians and Angevins. Very precious are the testimonies of the history and culture of these different peoples: medieval castles, baroque and Romanesque churches, noble palaces and historic houses, enchanted villages and cities of art, fascinating farms and farmhouses.
Characteristic are the baroque style historical centers of Lecce and Martina Franca where you can admire the external facades of churches and palaces of a warm yellow-pink color, typical of the local stone.
Do not miss Castel del Monte, built by Frederick II of Swabia, the cathedral of Otranto, San Nicola in Bari and the Archaeological Museum of Taranto, MArTa, where one of the largest collections of artefacts from the Magna Graecia era is preserved, including the famous Ori of Taranto.
In particular, there are many testimonies of the Messapi who populated the area of Taranto, from the Messapian Walls to the Archaeological Park in Manduria, extending for about 150 thousand square meters, to the necropolis with more than two thousand burials.