What is Puglia?
Two seas, 800 kilometers of coastline, two fantastic areas — Salento, called Italian Maldives, and Gargano; specific culture and cuisine; several pieces of UNESCO World Heritage, like Castel del Monte. This is what you haven’t seen in Italy yet! Discover your own Southern Italy with our guides and vacation planners. Enjoy the sea and wine. Enjoy unconventional Italy.
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We are your personal vacation organizer, not a travel agency. Our philosophy is to show you a real South Italian life like we experience it. Living here in Puglia and knowing all the infrastructure around, we contact directly villas & hotel owners to suggest you a verified accommodation for a good money.
We personalize the trip according to your tastes and request because we know what’s going around. The real-time informing is a core option. We offer multiple formats of activities and develop trips to new directions previously unseen by tourists: from gastro tours to retreats, nature & sports.
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Alberobello – a unique village-museum
To see: Trulli – cute houses with cone-shaped roofs.
Lecce city – the candidate to be a cultural capital of Europe 2019
Looking for something authentic? Want to have a particular venue for the celebration of your wedding or other special moments? Explore unique vacation spots in Puglia.
Discover a characteristic Apulian spot called “masseria“
Today two wines such as Negroamaro and Primitivo have become synonymous of Puglia and of quality, and together with other 24 most prominent wines accompany this beautiful region in its success in the world. Many labels of Apulian wines — which have been awarded the Denominazione di origine controllata (controlled designation of origin (D.O.C.) — are appreciated not only at the national level, but also abroad.
Primitivo and Negroamaro are the most obviously full-blooded wines. Primitivo is at home in Manduria and creates robust, powerful wines known locally as mirr test (hard wine). Negroamaro is more widespread and defines the red wines of the majority of southern Puglia’s DOCs: Alezio, Copertino, Nardo, Leverano, Lizzano, Salice Salentino, Squinzano and Brindisi. The coastal town of Ostuni marks the northern boundary of this most Puglian of zones, with its whites based on Impigno (a crossing of Bombino Bianco and Quagliano) and rosés made from Ottavianello.