The territory of the Trulli

Apulia, lapped by the limpid sea of the Adriatic coast and situated in the shadow of the inland highlands, offers a natural scenery, a territory rich in history.

  • Alberobello, the capital of the Trulli and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Locorotondo, one of the most beautiful boroughs in Italy.
  • Museum and archeological park of Egnazia, an old settlement dating back to the Late Bronze Age (XV-XII century B.C.); it is certainly one of the most interesting archeological sites in the region.
  • The Castellana Caves, the largest and most spectacular karst cave system in Italy (15 Km).
  • Itria Valley, Locorotondo, Martina Franca and Cisternino, where the Baroque art dominates the scene (15km).
  • Ostuni, the white town.
  • Bari, an important commercial junction with the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Bari is known for harbouring the relics of St. Nicholas and for its basilica, situated in the millenary “Old Town”.
  • The sassi di Matera, UNESCO World Heritage Site (70 Km).
  • Trani and the Apulian-Romanesque style.
  • Castel del Monte, UNESCO World Heritage Site (100 Km).
  • Lecce, an example of Baroque architecture (120 Km).
  • Gargano peninsula, with the sea, the lakes and the fir forest.
  • Polignano, the little seaside town with its peculiar houses, built on the rocky spur.
  • San Giovanni Rotondo, place of worship for the faithful of St. Pio (180 Km)
  • Zoo Safari, where nature combines with progress in an equipped park (10 km).
  • Torre Guaceto, a state natural reserve situated on the Adriatic coast in the high Salento.

How to reach us

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