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A trip to Apulia is all about the sea and marvelous beaches. A tour of Apulia does not mean only this, however. The centuries-old olive trees charm and create unrivaled oil. The valley of the trulli enchants with its mysterious white buildings, while the ruins of ancient civilizations still seduce.
Apulia is filled with traditions alive with taste and colors that enchant.
Events and festivals in Apulia
Among the most famous festivals in Apulia are the Carnival of Putignano, the San Nicoletta Festival in Bari, and the Challenge of Barletta.
One of the events that should not be missed in Apulia is the Night of the Taranta in Melpignano, a musical festival in August based on the pizzica and tarantella that brings high-caliber artists and people from all over Europe to enjoy the night-long rhythmic dance.
Places to visit in Apulia
Polignano a Mare offers breathtaking views: all you have to do is to stop and enjoy the view from the panoramic terraces at the show of a blue sea and blue sky that kiss the white houses will amaze you.
A trip to Apulia calls for a tour of Salento, a land with pleasant weather and great hospitality. Alberobello and its trulli, the Baroque of Lecce, the charm of Santa Maria di Leuca and white Ostuni will make you fall in love in any season.
The majestic Castel del Monte, built by Frederick II, is a monument full of symbols that decorate it. It stands out against the sky with its medieval grandeur and perfect shapes.
Bari is a very lively city rich with ancient churches such as the Basilica di San Nicola. Sacred and Secular unite: walking along the streets you can find women preparing orecchiette outside their homes just like they did in the past.
Among the things to do in Apulia, there is a visit to Egnazia with its thousands of years of history featuring the ruins of Greek and Roman civilizations. By visiting the necropolis and the underground tunnels you can take a leap back in time. Lecce is the Baroque capital in Apulia. The buildings decorated with friezes and symbols act as the backdrop to the elegant city streets: the light stones create an unusual light effect.
What are the main reasons for a visit in Apulia?
Visiting Apulia means to discover a lovable, untouched nature: in the parks of Gargano and Murgie, in the marine reserves such as the Torre Guaceto and many other natural landscapes that will take your breath away. Apulian cuisine is about simplicity and authenticity, tied to products of the earth depending on the season. Home made pasta combines with vegetables and oil to invent magnificent dishes, enriched by meat or fish that exalt the winning taste.