Visiting Puglia means to be immersed in a palette of intense, warm colors, each of which can be combined with the jewels of this wonderful, sun-kissed land, mitigated by the sea.
Puglia is not just about its sea: another good reason to visit Apulia is the beauty and charme of its inland villages rich of history and spiritual tradition; it is pleasant indeed to walk through history, along the ancient stone alleys, among frescoed churches and retreats excavated in the rock.
Puglia is dotted with beautiful small towns in shades of white and gold, with unique architecture like the conical trulli of Alberobello and the extravagant baroque of Lecce. Rich in churches and palaces, hidden piazzas and winding alleyways, markets and slow food trattorias, Puglia’s towns are a highlight of a visit to the region and reason to entice you away from the endless coastline. In some towns you can even combine visits to cathedrals and castles with dips in the sea just steps from the historic centre.
Visiting Puglia also means having a unique gastronomic experience.
Apulian cuisine is an experience every visitor remembers! Thanks to the use of simple ingredients it satisfies any taste. The primary ingredients used are vegetables, olive oil and durum wheat that are mixed with fish and meat to create delicious courses with genuine and unique flavors.