Top 10 places to see in Puglia, Italy

Part of the appeal of Puglia is its sluggish way to deal with regular daily existence. Southern Italy's rising star has old farmland stitched by a sun-faded sandy coast and is the place where voyagers come to get away from the exciting energy of neighboring Tuscany.

This year the area's delightful scope of private manors, numerous with private pools and consistently with dazzling perspectives, will be especially well known, as it permits social separating without thinking twice about the delight of movement.

Proficient occasion rental organizations, including Puglia Paradise, have carried out cutting-edge enemy of Coronavirus conventions to securely have visitors close by incredible exercises to make a really important encounter.

So how treats the wonderful area bring to the table? Here are our main ten ideas:

Valle d’Itria

Valle d'Itria, likewise called "Trulli valley", has a novel fantasy scene specked with previous worker homes known as Trulli (plural of Trullo). These conventional Apulian structures look interesting with their bee colony-formed rooftops and are ingeniously produced using stones that laborers cleared from their rough fields. These constructions were not difficult to raise and similarly as simple to wreck if important and offer warmth in the colder time of year and coolness in the late spring months.

These whimsical Trulli, set in the quiet Puglia open country, have been reestablished as occasion homes with private pools.

For instance, Corte Bianca in Valle d'Itria has been painstakingly redesigned to unite conventional highlights and contemporary style.

In the core of Martina Franca is Trullo Feb, an enchanting Trullo in a confined spot with a concealed pergola for in the open-air eating encompassed by open country and olive trees.

While its insides are charmingly natural it offers current extravagance, including cooling and an enormous saltwater pool with Jacuzzi. The convenience is organized in isolated units which implies a family or gathering of companions can occasion together yet still have protection. Trullo Feb accompanies an attendant service as well.

The ocean and the district's lovely seashores are close by.


In the spike of Italy, Gargano is loaded with wonderful fishing towns, dim and antiquated timberlands inland, fine sandy seashores stitched by tough bluffs, secret caverns, and pleasant bays. It is ideal as a center point for the eco-the travel industry and to unwind.

The most well-known and trendy town in Gargano is the middle age town of Vieste. It's a delight to walk through its thin roads, passing whitewashed houses meanwhile being disregarded by the dazzling thirteenth-century palace.

The Mattinata ocean side along the waterfront area of  Baia delle Zagare is among its most lovely seashores with its renowned stacks a couple of meters from the shore.

Assuming you like new fish you need to attempt a supper at a Trabucco, a conventional wooden fishing stage that projects out to the ocean from on the coast. You can watch the fishing system, help out assuming you need, partake in a fish supper leaving you with an entirely critical encounter.


The southernmost area of Puglia is characterized by stony olive forests that reach out between dry-stone dividers lined with oleander. It has a solid character with its own food, customs, and music, affected by its Greek past.

Alongside a portion of Italy's best seashores, for example, Porto Cesareo with the Punta Prosciutto hills, Pescoluse ocean side (likewise called Maldives of Salento), and Torre Lapillo ocean side, there are a few entrancing towns to investigate like Otranto, Specchia, and Presicce (granted as three of the most wonderful Italian towns).

Arrive in the mid-year for an opportunity to witness a Sagra di Paese (a town celebration) where you can eat customary road food while paying attention to conventional music, for example, pizzica or tarantella.


The city of Ostuni is a lovely labyrinth-like white city on a peak only 8km from the Adriatic Sea. It is loaded with thin roads and back streets you can spend ages becoming mixed up in, climbing flights of stairs, and going gaga for the staggering perspectives.

The notable community inside its antiquated dividers is home to customary craftsmanship shops, comfortable bistros and aperitivo spots, and exquisite cafés to encounter an ideal Apulian supper. Then, at that point, wash it down with a beverage in one of the popular bars where you can partake in the exuberant Italian nightlife in a worldwide climate.

Set in the midst of the olive trees, Villa Rosara styled like a conventional Puglia farmhouse in the midst of finished grounds has a patio and private pool. The estate is only a 700m stroll to Ostuni and a short drive to a portion of Puglia's most delightful seashores.

Made in the style of a customary farmhouse, Villa Margareta is just a short way from Ostuni. The porch and saltwater pool ignore dazzling ocean sees with a lot of open regions where you can unwind in the shade or daylight or set up an open-air natural supper in the outside wood-terminated grill and pizza broiler.

The encompassing region around Ostuni is definitely worth visiting, especially the curious and somewhat far removed town of Carovigno popular for its creation of olive oil.

Carovigno is only a 12-minute drive from Ostuni, and assuming you might want to have your base here you can book a stay at Villa Skyler, which is found only 5km from the ocean. The manor is outfitted with a marvelous saltwater limitlessness pool with perspectives on the ocean and encompassing open country.


The protected harbor port of Brindisi is a UNESCO legacy site for the way of life of Peace. The city has the United Nations Logistics Base - the center point for peacekeeping tasks.

For a long time, the port was a stopping point for the Indian Mail from London to Bombay, and it facilitated any semblance of Virgil and Gandhi.

Its delightful waterfront is loaded with cafés that serve nearby and new food. The old town nicknamed "Brindeasy" for its sluggish and loosened up way of life has an old-fashioned customary appeal where individuals are cordial and inviting.

Bari, the capital of the locale, is humming and occupied and has a wonderful old town. Bari Vecchia (the old town of Bari) is a walled city based on a promontory extending into the ocean. It is extremely cozy that strolling down the restricted rear entryways want to be in somebody's lounge room. The roads here are spots to mingle, and every morning ladies find a seat at tables making orecchiette (little ears), the commonplace Apulian pasta made by folding the batter into meager logs, removing a lump, and forming it by hand at an amazingly fast speed.

TIP: Be certain to attempt the focaccia! It is a flatbread regular of this area with cooked cherry tomatoes, olives, and shimmering with nearby olive oil.

Polignano A Mare

Polignano a Mare is one of Puglia's most pleasant shoreline towns, and one of the main old settlements in Puglia. Fabulously situated on the Adriatic coast, it is based on the edge of a jagged gorge pitted with caves.

TIP: For a unique encounter, visit Grotta Palazzese, an extravagant café with a view over a glorious blue-green ocean, cut out of eminent limestone shakes that lie in an unmatched area. It has been captivating guests for quite a long time.

Set in the field near Polignano a Mare there is Villa Incanto a Mare, a definitive in present-day Italian style and extravagance outside living. An in-vogue and select occasion estate, its most striking element is the open party region, which comes total with a culinary specialist's kitchen, pizza broiler, and grill.


Alberobello is a fantasy UNESCO World Heritage town made of 1,500 Trulli (common Apulian funnel-shaped stone cottages). It is both a remarkable and captivating spot, and however a little touristy it is certainly worth a visit.

The majority of the Trulli here have been changed into gift shops, bistros, eateries, however, some of them (in the less packed regions of the town) are genuine homes where individuals actually live.

You can remain in one of the genuine Trulli, for example, Trullo Atena, a secret pearl that consolidates the practice of a memorable Trullo with the solaces of present-day living.

In spite of the fact that it feels separated this Trullo exists in a simple walk or drive of Alberobello. Appreciate absorbing the daylight adjacent to your private pool and unwinding in the obscure gazebo.


Called the Florence of the south, Lecce is probably Puglia's biggest city. It is known for its elaborate design with more than 40 holy places and essentially as numerous respectable palazzi fabricated or redesigned somewhere in the range of seventeenth and eighteenth century. The eminent outcome is that it has one of the most brought-together metropolitan scenes in Italy.

The roads are alive all of the time with youngsters drinking in bistros, families out for a walk, and gatherings of companions getting a charge out of gelato or road food.

TIP: Don't miss the Pasticciotto (run of the mill cake of Lecce) at Pasticceria Alvino in piazza Sant'Oronzo, and Caffè in ghiaccio con latte di mandorla (ice espresso with almond syrup).


Otranto is Italy's easternmost town. It offers a blend of history, engineering, delightful perspectives, ocean-front cafés, and white sandy seashores.

Sitting right on the Adriatic ocean, before the Balkans and Greece, its essential position has significantly affected its set of experiences. The impressive palace and pinnacles overwhelm a large part of the town, encompassed by thick border dividers that give way to a little port and wonderful oceanfront promenades spotted with brilliant fish cafés.

The awesome Romanesque church building, tracing all the way back to 1088 with remarkable twelfth-century floor mosaics, is another feature not to be missed.

TIP: Though the town has its own excellent white sandy ocean side with turquoise waters, make a brief period to observe the Alimini ocean side, part of a marine safeguarded region. This is a long ocean side with white sand ridges and rich Mediterranean vegetation.

More about Puglia Paradise

Puglia Paradise is a principal bequest rental association in Puglia, significantly assessed on Trustpilot UK, giving estates and Trulli private pools for rent. Homes are directed simply by Puglia Paradise. Guests participate in a warm and individual chaperon administration, or "Guest Angel", to welcome you and help with practical issues and arrangement tips on things to see and do, where to eat, close by business areas, and the best neighborhood things shops.

The decision of everything that could be on the other hand been outfitted with a full staff.

Homes will be available to rent from April to October, and costs start from € 200 consistently for long-term visits. The least stay shifts from 2 to 7 nights, dependent upon the period.

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