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Puglia, also called Apulia, blends the rustic beauty of Italian countryside with Baroque cities, medieval hilltop towns and elegant beach resorts. This delightful tourist region stretches along southeastern Italy. Its coastlines along the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea have about 300 days of sunshine. Puglia also has centuries of winemaking heritage and simple cucina povera cuisine.
Admire ancient churches and the Norman Castle while wandering along Bari’s cobblestone streets. Find innumerable churches, palaces and plazas in Foggia and explore the grandiose fortress of Lucera. View Baroque architectural masterpieces in Lecce. Tour the hilltop towns of the olive grove-covered Itria Valley, revered for medieval whitewashed trulli houses. Alberobello, Cisternino and Martina Franca are also worth visiting.
The white sandy beaches, crystalline water and rugged bays of Puglia’s coastlines showcase an infectious Mediterranean charm. Trani, Polignano a Mare and Monopoli decorate the Adriatic shoreline and are just a short drive from Bari. Go biking, snorkeling and scuba diving at Torre Guaceto Nature Reserve, near Marina di Ostuni. Secluded coves and sea caves characterize the Ionian shores of the Salento Peninsula. Enjoy the beauty of Santa Maria di Leuca, Marina di Ugento and the Gulf of Gallipoli.
Get active on bike, foot or horseback in Gargano National Park, where dense woodland spills down to lively beach resorts. Catch a ferry to the idyllic Tremiti Islands. Discover deep gorges, rocky villages and Byzantine-era relics in Terra delle Gravine Regional Park. Escape the crowds in Alta Murgia National Park.
Satisfy your appetite with hearty cucina povera meals, a concept based on age-old peasant principles of turning simple ingredients into culinary art. Popular dishes include melanzane ripiene (stuffed eggplant), polpi in umido (stewed octopus) and orecchiette pasta. Accompany it with Puglia’s fruity, full-bodied offerings from wineries such as the 17th-century Leone de Castris.
Reach Puglia by flying to Bari or Brindisi from major European cities. Rent a car and travel around this scenic region via meandering coastal and country roads.
Great locations walking distance greate to the city center, port, historic center, castle around the corner. the room was spacious, classic furniture, nice to have a balcony, the bathroom was clean and it worked well, available parking for 20 e/ngt. Very friendly staff.
Very close to all transportation Trains, buses, pedestrian walkways, restaurants, the coastal promenade
Good location in Bari. We were definitely pleased with the hotel. The room was comfortable and we had an amazing view of the harbor/seaside. We used this as a base for travels in the area. If we return we would likely stay elsewhere but not because we didn't like this hotel. Also, our last night ...
The hotel was beautiful and the location was perfect. The only problem we encountered was that many of the staff did not speak very good English and our Italian is not real good.
Very well trained and attentive staff! Immaculate cleanliness! The overall design of the property is great, spacey and comfortable!
Ideally situated for getting out and about by train. The reception staff were not very helpful on arrival as they could not understand our English but things improved as he week went on. We arrived very tired from travelling and would have liked to eat at the hotel but were told this was not possible. ...
Best room I've ever stayed in. Huge bed and jacuzzi, sky TV. Private entrance to the spa lounge. Really nice breakfast. Eggs cooked freshly to order. Easy walk to Lecce center. Parking was easy to find and good value. Hotel was loud at night due to private functions. these functions had us confined ...