Alberobello is the Capital of Trulli and World Heritage site since 1996. It’s recognized as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy and is the only village whose historic center is made up of Trulli, conical dry stone constructions that give Alberobello an absolute uniqueness.
Perched on top of a hill and surrounded by strong defensive walls that separate centuries-old olive trees from clusters of whitewashed houses, Ostuni is an extraordinary sight and a must-see on a trip to Puglia.
In Monopoli you can walk around the beautiful little harbor, watch the boats lulled by the sea, the fishermen arrange the nets and multitudes of fish splash in the blue water. Monopoli is a city for all ages and offers everything from historical sites to cultural attractions, beaches, nightlife.
Whitewashed historic town, rocky outcroppings that lead into the blue-green sea.
Martina Franca is a charming baroque town a few kilometers from Alberobello and is the largest town in the Itria Valley (the Trulli Valley). Here you will find it in many civil and religious buildings whose style has taken different characteristics from the other variations of this artistic and architectural current, so much that we can speak of Martinese baroque.
Cisternino is one of the most fascinating villages in the whole area, rich in traditions and where it is a pleasure to get lost in its alleys and small squares. A charm due to its popular and unplanned architecture that distinguishes the historic center.
Locorotondo is included among the most beautiful villages in Italy. Locorotondo (literally “Round place”) owes its name to the perfect circularity of its historic center shape which encloses cozy corners, small arches and narrow streets that hardly leave visitors indifferent.
Famous for the Castellana Caves, which are one of the most important attractions of Puglia and constitute a natural heritage of inestimable value. The Castellana Caves began to form about 90 million years ago.
Elegant hilltop town a stone’s throw from Polignano a Mare, full of art and history. The stunning Castle with his incredible story, the Cathedral and its many fascinating small streets make Conversano a town of great interest.
Carovigno is a concentrate of everything you may want from a holiday: the settings of a village on the hills, one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in Italy, a Nature Reserve where to experience slow, regenerating and respectful tourism. Carovigno is just 15 minutes by car from Ostuni.
Lecce is a stunning town which is situated in southern Italy. Its characteristic element is the Baroque influences which is the reason why Lecce is called the “Florence of the South”. Do not forget to arrange a short trip to the countryside, as the town is surrounded by a beautiful landscape.
Bari is the capital of Puglia, a beautiful sunny town full of tradition and charm that leans over the Adriatic Sea. Its spectacular waterfront is one of the most famous walks in the town and a unique opportunity to admire a series of buildings in late Liberty style.