Puglia is a wonderful region, full with stunning towns. But which ones are the five, unmissable ones?
Welcome June! It’s time for summer, beach, sunbathe and to enjoy the hot weather again. The temperature is good, the great summer weather starts now with amazing adventures! But why visiting Puglia in June? Well, there is more than one good reason to choose this region for your June holiday. For example, you will have […]
Puglia is famous all around the world for its beautiful holiday villas and trulli. Both of them are really special but quite different in their style: brand new or traditional, but still comfortable, cozy and wonderful!
The best time for food and wine experience, explorations and sightseeing in Puglia is autumn! Autumn is the perfect season to explore Puglia if you are a wine lover and if you prefer to hang around with mild temperatures. During the falls, you’ll have a great experience just watching the landscape’s color change. You can […]
Puglia is one of the most favorite destinations of Italian and European travelers.
Our region is also very appreciated by wine lovers. Puglia Paradise is aware of that and definitely invites you to discover the colors and scents of the Apulian countryside with very special wine tours. Vineyards guided tour If you want to know better the local wine culture you can visit the beautiful “I Pastini” winery […]
July is a great month to visit Puglia because all areas are bustling and so full of life. Moreover, it’s not very crowded yet and the weather is excellent.
Are you planning a trip to Puglia for the month of April? Well, this is a great choice for many reasons: temperature begins to get very comfortable, nature is filled with colors and tourist attractions are not very crowded yet. The average daytime temperatures can reach 17 ̊C. The rain has an average of 10 […]
Puglia is a rather dry region, with a Mediterranean climate characterized by mild springs, very hot and dry summers and mild and rainy autumns and winters.
Puglia is one of Europe’s great agricultural areas, its immense plains and rolling hills producing much of Italy’s wine and olive oil,