The heel of Italy’s stiletto boot, Apulia’s sparkling coastlines span over 800 kilometers and face both the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. Yet Apulia offers much more than pristine beaches – it also contains some of Italy’s most noteworthy art cities and historic sites, from the white Baroque Lecce churches to the ancient conical trulli homes of Alberobello, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore these cultural capitals, swim in the crystalline waters and taste the olives, figs and fresh burrata that you can only find in this region. Apulia is the perfect destination to soak in the history, beauty and flavor of the Mediterranean.

With your expert guide navigating the labyrinthine streets and communicating in the local Barese dialect, you can gain a deeper, more authentic experience of the city life.

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Take a stroll through the old town center, called “la terra” (the land), and continue out towards the “marina” where you can look out over the rocky coastline.

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