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Puglia, Southern Italy

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A southern region located at the heel of Italy’s 'boot'. Puglia is known for its whitewashed hill towns, stunning beaches, great food, authentic villages and a wonderful Mediterranean climate.

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Alberobello

Alberobello is small town that has been made a UNESCO World Heritage site for its unusual districts of trulli, the characteristic white-washed conical-roofed houses of the area.

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Bari

Bari is a port city. Its mazelike old town is surrounded by narrow streets and the 11th-century Basilica di San Nicola. This is a key pilgrimage site which holds some of St. Nicholas’ remains.

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Castellana Caves

The Caves of Castellana attract tourists from all over the world. Formed about 90 million years ago, they are one of the most amazing natural wonders of the region.

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Gallipoli

The city of Gallipoli - Greek for 'Beautiful City', is a pearl in the blue waters of the Ionian Sea. The historic core of the town is actually located on an island and is reached by a bridge.

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Lecce

Lecce is often nicknamed the Florence of the South owing to its large amount of beautiful historical buildings such as the Basilica di Santa Croce, the Porta Napoli and the Duomo.

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Leuca

Santa Maria Di Leuca is the point of the peninsula's stiletto heel. This is a fabulous place where you can enjoy both sunrise and sunset over two seas from the same spot!

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Locorotondo

Locorotondo is a small town situated between Martina Franca and Alberobello in the Valle d'Itria, a green stretch of countryside dotted with the famous whitewashed cone-roofed trulli houses.

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Manduria

Manduria is home to an extensive wine industry, and Primitivo di Manduria is famous throughout Italy as a wine of distinction, produced from the grape stock first imported millennia ago from Greece.

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Martina Franca

In the low hills of Puglia, Martina Franca is a gleaming jewel. The white-washed town is characterized by Baroque architecture and gives off an air of elegance.

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Noci

A beautiful town with a pleasant ambience. Most buildings in the Noci are built in a traditional style and are packed together with few open spaces.

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Ostuni

Ostuni is one of the most stunning cities in southern Italy, famous for the dazzling effect of its white-washed houses. It is a genuine and charming example of Mediterranean architecture.

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Otranto

A small town, just over 40km southeast from Lecce. Crystal clear waters connecting the Adriatic and the Ionian seas and a small harbour give Otranto its uniqueness.

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Polignano A Mare

A town on Italy's southern Adriatic Coast known for beaches such as the white-pebble Lama Monachile, also known as Cala Porto, which is bordered by a Roman bridge.