Discovering Puglia Region

The Puglia Region is one of the most beautiful Italian Regions. A combination of history, breathtaking landscapes, succulent food, clear water, friendly and simple people.


Fishing villages and pristine beaches Salento can be marked with three simple words: water, coast and nature. Santa Maria di Leuca, part of the City of Cape Castrignano in the province of Lecce, is a popular tourist destination also known by the nickname “finibus terrae” (the ends of the earth) as from the promontory of


The white city The charming medieval town of Ostuni holed up on a hill, is located in the Province of Brindisi in Puglia. It is also known by the nickname “White City” because of its whitewashed houses entirely white. Many caves have been found as natural shelters for communities belonging to the Paleolithic era, including


The village of the Bronze Age The medieval town of Cisternino is located in Puglia in the province of Brindisi, overlooking the Valle d’Istria, better known as the Murgia, with a population of just over ten thousand inhabitants which even five hundred residents in the village. The origins of the village dates back to the


Ancient origins of the Village The medieval village of Nardò is located in the Province of Lecce in the beautiful Puglia that includes a stretch of the Ionian coast of Salento having antique origins dating back to the antique prehistory thanks to some archaeological evidences found on the region. The origin of the borough dates


Eight hundred people Otranto is located on the Adriatic coast of the Salento peninsula in the province of Lecce, is a medieval town with a population of five thousand people whose eight hundred residents live within the city wall. The borough was a messapico, Roman, Byzantine and Aragonese center which mainly developed near the Castle


Thousand inhabitants Alberona is a medieval town located in the province of Foggia in Puglia with a population of just one thousand inhabitants, which increases during the summer with the arrival of many tourists. The origins of the village dates back to 1000 with the arrival of the first Calabrian escaped from the incursions of