Giovinazzo One of the most characteristic villages, an obligatory stop if you are traveling in Puglia. With a beautiful old town full of flowered balconies, small alleys, ancient churches, noble palaces and glimpses to be discovered, Giovinazzo makes you feel at home, a house that smells sea and serenity. The Giovinazzo Rock Festival, the historical procession, the fires of St. Anthony, brought Giovinazzo out of Puglia and Italy itself, attracting tourists from every city.
Bari The capital of Puglia has a thousand faces to discover: in every corner you can breathe the beauty of everyday traditions that have been handed down for decades, such as the spectacular handmade pasta, which the barese ladies will prepare in front of your eyes, up to the soft, delicious Bari focaccia. You can visit the beautiful Swabian Castle and then continue, through the alleys that overlook the sea, to the famous Basilica of St. Nicholas (Patron Saint).
Matera European Capital of Culture for 2019. Its two districts of the Sassi were declared, in 1993, Unesco World Heritage. The tour of Sasso Caveoso and Sasso Barisano is a unique experience among rock churches and houses partly carved out of the limestone rock and partly built with the tuff blocks extracted on site. Matera is a magical city of stone that will leave you speechless.
Alberobello A tour to discover the history of the trulli, their architecture, the mysteries and symbolism of their pinnacles and the signs painted with lime. The historic center of Alberobello is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its trulli (there are more than 1,400).
Ostuni Located in the middle of Valle d'Itria, Ostuni is called the White City, because all the buildings located in its historic center are painted in white lime from the roof down. Among the narrow streets, in the highest part, there is the imposing Cathedral of Santa Maria dell'Assunzione. From the terraces you can admire the expanse of olive trees until you see the sea.
Polignano a mare From the wonderful terraces of this city you can enjoy an exciting panoramic view. Caves overlooking the sea, a historic center to visit with its interesting church Matrice (cathedral until the 19th century). Polignano has been hosting for years the Red Bull Cliff Diving, the international competition of dives in free fall from 27 meters. A breathtaking show.
Castel del Monte Since 1996, UNESCO has recognized Castel del Monte as a World Heritage Site. Its octagonal shape embodies the union of two geometric shapes, the circle and the square, and it is what makes it unique in its kind. Nearby you can also visit the open cellars for food and wine tastings.