6 things you can’t miss in Martina Franca
- 29 February 2020
- Holidays in Puglia
Martina Franca is a charming baroque town a few kilometers from Alberobello and is the largest town in…Read More
Puglia is a wonderful region, full with stunning towns. But which ones are the five, unmissable ones?
Bari is the Apulian regional capital and is famous for being the gateway to Puglia, as it has a harbor. Its harbor provides with transport links the Italian peninsula. Its narrow and cobbled streets provide an authentic taste of Italian lifestyle you will not want to miss.
Alberobello is a cute, little town recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage since 1996. Thanks to its traditional and picturesque charm, Alberobello is one of the preferred destinations by tourists and travelers that will have the chance to enjoy themselves. It is claimed to be a beautiful gateway with all its white-washed conical roofed houses.
Otranto is a stunning town located nearby the sea in Salento, on the Adriatic coast of southern Italy. Its sparkly blue waters and its history are the distinctive characteristics of this town that will definitely amaze you with its white buildings rocks!
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.
Ostuni is a spectacular town, which is extremely famed for its whitewashed houses demonstrating a fine example of the characteristics of the Mediterranean architecture. This town is combining also elements of the past, as there are still little remains of the Middle Ages making it worth your while.
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