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WHERE THE PAST MERGES WITH THE PRESENT

Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of Puglia, where the crystal clear sea kisses the white shores and sunsets paint the sky.

INFORMAZIONI UTILI SULLA TUA VACANZA

Climate

Average of 30° from July to August, large temperature range

Beaches

Crystal-clear Adriatic and Ionian waters, stretches of golden sand and cliffs

Useful airports

Bari Palese Airport (BRI) and Brindisi Papola Casale Airport (BDS).

Nearby ports

Dock in Bari for the Daniela Resort and in Lecce for the Alimini Resort.

EVERY VACATION IS A BEAUTIFUL JOURNEY TO BE TOLD

DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT APULIA?

To get to Apulia, you have several options at your disposal. The main highways connecting Apulia with the rest of the country include the Autostrada Adriatica (A14) and the Autostrada dei Due Mari (A16).

If you prefer to travel by train, there are high-speed trains connecting major cities such as Bari, Lecce, and Brindisi with other Italian cities such as Rome, Milan, Naples, and Venice.

There are 2 airports available in Apulia: Bari airport and Brindisi airport.

The island can also be reached by ferries that arrive mainly in Bari and Brindisi, which offers connections with other Italian cities such as Venice and Ancona.

Apulia is very famous for the beauty of its beaches that will surely remain in your heart: in Salento, near Otranto, we find Baia dei Turchi, a beautiful dune with light-colored sand, jagged with thick vegetation that modulates its landscape.

If you are in the province of Lecce, don't miss Torre dell'Orso, a seaside resort set between two cliffs with very fine silver-colored sand. Near there, in Marina di Pescoluse, the beaches are so unique and enchanting that they are called the Maldives of Salento. Also highly recommended is Punta della Suina, near Gallipoli, one of the wildest and most striking beaches in the region. And how not to mention Cala Porto in Polignano a Mare, or Baia delle Zagare, which combines a desire for the sea with a passion for trekking.

Apulia is one of the most beautiful regions in Italy and constitutes the heel of our boot.

Among the many must-visit attractions is Alberobello, with its fairy-tale atmosphere and the presence of the fantastic Apulian trulli, scattered throughout the Itria Valley.
Also very impressive is the "white city" of Ostuni, so called because of the presence of brightly colored buildings. Also not to be missed is Santa Maria di Leuca, the southernmost point of Apulia, where you can see the most beautiful sunsets in this region. And for fantastic excursions among seascapes and dense forests, you cannot miss the Gargano National Park, among the most famous and fascinating in all of Italy!

Apulian cuisine is world-renowned for its special authenticity. It is divided into three main areas: Foggiana cuisine, Bari cuisine and Salento cuisine.The pasta of Foggiana cuisine, consisting of ravioli, orecchiette, lagane and troccole, is made with semolina and wheat flour, the latter being particularly prized because it is unrefined and therefore richer in fiber and flavor. Orecchiette with turnip greens is one of the tastiest and best-known dishes of Bari cuisine. A must try! Among the traditional cheeses of Foggia cuisine, pecorino and caciocavallo should definitely be tasted, while for Bari cuisine, choose burrata, canestrato pugliese and pallone di Gravina: all delicious!

Salento cuisine is characterized by the predominance of vegetables and fish, legumes and pasta, poor but very genuine ingredients. We cannot fail to mention frise, crispy doughnuts topped with cherry tomatoes and anchovy fillets. Or pettole, fried dough available both savory and sweet, and pitta, a savory stuffed pie. As a snack, you cannot miss the world-famous Apulian taralli, perfect to be accompanied according to tradition by delicious wines such as Primitivo, Nero di Troia or Negramaro.

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