The city of Bari

Less than a century, its surface in the city of Bari has more than multiplied by ten. The population went from 34,000 inhabitants in 1861 to 400,000 today. A straight strip of asphalt, the wide and bright Corso Vittorio Emanuele, divides the city into two distinct parts, as if to mark the borders of two eras. old city, jealous guardian of famous monuments ...


Polignano a Mare

Polignano a Mare is the "pearl of the Adriatic, sublime union between the crystal clear sea and the cliffs of the ancient village that stand out in the blue with a suggestive and breathtaking overhang. An oasis to be discovered in the rich province of Bari, where the trulli and caves find their natural outlet to the sea in the village of Domenico Modugno, among the alleys of history, the terraces and balconies embellished by the charm of the time, awarded with the coveted recognition of the Blue Flag and the 4 Legambiente sails...



The trullo is a characteristic house of peasants or craftsmen, built with a bold and singular technique. ”With a central plan with dry walls, without mortar, on which stands a cone-shaped dome. The walls are plastered with white lime milk; the cone, which is closed by an agile pinnacle, is covered - always dry - by concentric and sloping rows of smooth slabs of gray local stone, called chiancarelle. The area of the trulli extends over the hills of the Murgia between the provinces of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto.



A fishing village, a city founded on the sea and the sea. Monopoli is on the sea. A large white square where the houses in its center are lime-fed and many are home to fishermen. And then churches, chiassi and squares, noble palaces of the eighteenth century or of the Murattiana era. Here and there medieval testimonies and remains of fortification that tell of its ancient history. Golden and sandy beaches with crystal clear waters. A casket port of a living maritime civilization that lives on the sea and the sea. But Monopoli is also agro. Contrade, ancient olive trees, fortified farms and cave churches that tell you about a unique city.


Torre Guaceto Natural reserve

The Torre Guaceto marine nature reserve is located in Puglia, and more precisely along the Adriatic coast of upper Salento, not too many kilometers away from Carovigno and Brindisi. It occupies a stretch of coast that goes from Punta Penna Grossa to the rocks of Apani, and in this area, on the mainland, there is the homonymous state natural reserve. For several years this area has been considered protected for its naturalistic interest: fauna and flora are perfectly preserved here, thanks to the enormous commitment made by the consortium that manages the oasis. In particular, sandy bottoms and marine flora constitute an ecosystem in perfect balance, which allows the proliferation of numerous animal species.


Merlata coast

Costa Merlata beach, also called Darsena beach, is a large sandy beach particularly suitable for children because the water remains shallow for many meters, is free and is supervised by assistants for bathers. The beach is also accessible to disabled people as there are 2 ramps for wheelchairs to get to the sand.

A few meters of the wide sandy beach, moving south along the sea, there is a really characteristic rocky cove overlooking the sea, from which it is possible to dive from a height of a few meters or go down to do the bathroom thanks to ladders.


Fasano Selva

The Selva di Fasano, just eight kilometers from the municipality of the same name, with its 450 meters above sea level, is one of the greatest heights in the province of Brindisi.


This fascinating place presents, from the top of its hills, a vast scenario in which it is possible to admire both a wooded part consisting of oaks, holm oaks, pines, chestnuts, cypresses, firs and olive trees and a more typically rural one.

Going to the Selva di Fasano allows you to come across a real natural treasure. In addition to a walk surrounded by dense vegetation in which to enjoy the bucolic landscape made in Puglia, there are many other peculiarities and beauties that the region reserves.