Welcome in Puglia
Also referred to as the “heel of the boot of Italy”, we could describe Puglia as a long corridor that takes travelers from the verdant promontory of the Gargano to the extreme southern tip of the wonderful Santa Maria di Leuca, or vice versa. From the Adriatic to the Ionian, from the Ionian to the Adriatic: wherever you are, you can enjoy an enormous variety of views. Sunny countryside interspersed with dry stone walls, millenary olive trees and colorful prickly pear blades. Jagged coasts like lunar landscapes. Crystal clear waters of all shades of blue and turquoise, bathing beaches of fine white sand or digging suggestive caves. And then, of course, wonderful cities and romantic villages rich in history and culture.
The VOI Daniela Resort and the VOI Alimini Resort will be the perfect base for discovering this incredible region, capable of always giving great emotions. And when it’s time to leave, you’ll see, you can’t help but think: “I can’t wait to go back”.
It is the southernmost point of Puglia, where the Adriatic and Ionian Seas meet. Along its rugged coasts, taking a boat tour you can admire enchanting natural caves, baptized with suggestive names. From the majestic square of Santa Maria di Leuca, overlooking the sea, you can finally enjoy the most beautiful sunsets in all of Puglia.
Also known as the San Nicola district, this is the heart of the regional capital. Its narrow streets are custodians of folkloristic traditions and customs that are handed down from generation to generation. Do not miss a visit to the Basilica of San Nicola: a wonderful example of Apulian Romanesque architecture, which attracts tourists and pilgrims from all over the world every year.
The picturesque houses entirely covered with lime typical of its historic center have earned it the nickname of “White City”. In addition to being a medieval village of inestimable beauty, which is divided into a suggestive maze of streets and squares, Ostuni has also been awarded for the exceptional quality of its beaches and waters.
A stone’s throw from Santa Maria di Leuca, near Marina di Pescoluse, there is a long stretch of fine white sand, bathed by incredibly crystalline waters, with all shades of turquoise. Precisely these characteristics have earned this wonderful location the nickname of Maldives of Salento.
These characteristic conical houses are one of the symbols of Puglia. The best preserved Trulli are located in the two historic districts of the city of Alberobello, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO: today some are still inhabited, others can be accommodated, while others still host typical shops and shops.
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