Puglia

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What is the main town of Puglia?

The main town of Puglia, or in Italian its “capoluogo”, is Bari. It is a historic port which has won the city the appellative of “gateway to the East”, due to its ancient trade with the Eastern Mediterranean. Bari is the second-largest city in southern Italy, after the metropolis of Naples.

Where are the best beaches in Puglia?

Some of the best beaches in Puglia, and even in Italy, can be found on the Salento Peninsula: take a day trip along a variety of nearby sea resorts including Porto Cesareo, Torre Lapillo, the Alimini beach and the stunning “Maldive del Salento”.

Why take a Puglia road trip?

Fore those who want to experience the deep-rooted southern Italian culture and enjoy a variety of picturesque towns, beautiful coastlines and unspoilt nature, a Puglia road trip is highly recommended Let’s go back 4 years in time to July 2016.

How many days to spend in Puglia?

7 to 10 Days in Puglia. If you have a week or 10 days in Puglia, I recommend dividing your time between the Valle d’Itria and the Salento. You can easily visit Bari and the coastal towns from the Valle d’Itria, or if you’d prefer to stay on the coast, you can visit the Valle d’Itria from Polignano or Monopoli.

What are the most popular tourism destinations in Puglia?

These towns also tend to be the most popular tourism destinations, but you should still add them to your Puglia itinerary. Town of note include the Baroque architecture of Lecce, the trulli of Alberobello, and the whitewashed houses of old town Ostuni.

What is the capital of Puglia?

Bari, the capital of Puglia, is a bustling, well-known port and university city. It is located on the Adriatic Sea and boasts great architecture, stunning churches, a nice seaside promenade and a very interesting historic center with narrow, winding streets and a castle on one side.

What makes Puglia so special?

Inland Puglia is just as diverse, with white-walled hill-top towns, grand baroque cities and curious villages made up of round cone-roofed trulli. But it’s not just the region’s architecture and landscape that sets Puglia apart.

Which airport is best for Puglia?

Bari & The Valle d’Itria. Bari is the main gateway to Puglia (the other airport is at Brindisi further south). The nearby Valle d’Itria, a rustic valley of olive trees, vineyards, and hill towns, is one of the most popular destinations in the region, known for its iconic trulli, circular stone huts found dotted around the countryside.

How to travel in Puglia?

Travelling in Puglia by public transport is possible, however, compared to elsewhere in Italy, the rail and bus network can be a little limited, especially in the more rural parts of the region. Visiting Puglia on a road trip gives you complete freedom to explore in your own time and at your own pace, without having to stick to train schedules.

What did we do on Day 5 of our Puglia roadtrip?

So on day five of our Puglia roadtrip, we rose late in Sternatia, went to the supermarket just down the road and stocked up on treats and food for the next few days.

Why a Puglia Masseria road trip?

No trip to Puglia is complete without a stay at a masseria. Waking up the following morning, we were determined to spend as much time in and around the masseria as possible. Enjoying the stunning countryside was one of the main reasons why we’d planned this Puglia road trip after all.

What to see in Puglia on Day 13?

On day 13, our first stop was Castel del Monte. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the best things to see in Puglia. Castel del Monte is built atop a hill which is surrounded by the most stunning countryside. The drive towards the castle was among the most scenic ones of our entire Puglia road trip.

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