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Apulia guide

Situated in the south-eastern fern of Italy, Apulia is a unique region for its rich historical, cultural and geographical heritage. Located in a strategic position in the heart of the Mediterranean, it boasts a multitude of landscapes and traditions that make it the ideal place for an unforgettable trip. The two seas that embrace it, the Ionian and the Adriatic, shape a varied coastline with high cliffs and golden beaches, while the hinterland is dominated by unquestioned olive groves and vineyards, stretching as far as the eye can see.

What to eat?

Homemade Orecchiette pasta, grilled meat and fish specialities. But also seasonal vegetables, dairy products, cheeses, baked products and typical sweets: Apulia's cuisine is a true triumph of authentic flavours and tastes of tradition.

Lose yourself to the slower pace of the countryside, among agri-museums and educational farms, delighting the palate with world-renowned genuine products, guaranteed by quality labels and presided over by Slow Food.

What to sea?

Visit the most picturesque places of Apulia and the most famous art cities, walk through the lovely natural reserves and hidden paths immersed among majestic olive trees. This beautiful region, rich in history, art and folklore, deserves to be discovered.