Ostuni

Ostuni is known as the “white city” due to the characteristic white color of the walls of the houses of its ancient village.
Don’t’ miss the Cathedral and the Church of the Holy Spirit main portal, dating back to 1450, today recognized as a national monument.
Another attraction of Ostuni are the 17 kilometers of beaches, characterized by crystal clear sea and golden beaches, so much so that it has been defined as the cleanest sea in Italy and received the Blue Flag and the Five Sails of Legambiente.

Torre Guaceto

The Oasis of Torre Guaceto is a nature reserve that branches off for more than 8 km of coastline. Within this area, remains of the Bronze Age from a Neolithic village were found.
Perfect destination for snorkelers, it is the ideal destination for those who want to experience unforgettable adventures.
In 2019, the Marine Conservation Institute of Oslo – one of the most important bodies in the world for the conservation of marine environments – awarded the Blue Park Award to the Torre Guaceto Nature Reserve.

Polignano a mare

A small treasure chest suspended between sky and sea.
The visit to the medieval village of this beautiful town begins only after crossing the Marchesale Arch, the only access point to the historic center. Once inside, you captures by the colors of the Apulian ceramics, by the scents of local cuisine, by the beauty of the narrow alleys and streets that lead to suggestive panoramic views overlooking the sea.
A look at Lama Monachile and a dip in the “Blue Painted Blue” sea of ​​Cala Paura will make your stay unforgettable.

Monopoli

City of enchanting charm, known for its long golden beaches and crystal clear sea. Monopoli stands on 15 km of rugged coastline, the pride of this beautiful town is the port, animated every day by the voices of fishermen and by the color and song of the sea waves.
Protecting the port is the pentagonal-shaped castle of Charles V, built in the sixteenth century on the end of a strip of land stretching out to the sea. Inside the historic centre you can taste the typical dishes of the tradition and you can venture out to discover the typical architecture of the Apulian villages.

Castellana Grotte

A characteristic village located in the Bari hinterland, known all over the world for the Castellana Caves, the most important Speleological Complex in Italy, a few steps from the town, which branches off underground for over 3 km, offering visitors breathtaking scenery . An enchanted path at a depth of 70 m between stalactites and stalagmites, which ends with a visit to the White Grotto, known as the brightest cave in the world.

Alberobello

Alberobello is the famous town of Trulli, houses built with dry stone in white lime, with a cone-shaped roof, often embellished with zodiacal or religious symbols. In 1996 the town was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
To visit the two-storey Trullo Sovrano, the church of San Antonio in the shape of a Trullo, the “house of love”, today a precious tourist information point and the minor basilica of Santi Medici, which houses the images of the Madonna of Loreto and the patron saints Cosma and Damiano, celebrated on 27 and 28 September.