Featured hotels in Apulia

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    Residence La Conchiglia, Vieste
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    La Piccola Corte, Lecce

    La Piccola Corte

    Old Town, Lecce

    9.2 Superb 12 reviews
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    B&B Salita Delle Pere, Alberobello
    8.9 Fabulous 315 reviews
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    B&B Mirella, Alberobello

    B&B Mirella

    Alberobello

    9.6 Exceptional 212 reviews
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Apulia highlights

Vieste's old town
With crooked alleyways and narrow streets, Vieste's old town houses the Romanesque-style cathedral, the Swabian Castle and the chilling Chianca Amara monument.
Basilica of Saint Nicholas in Bari
A stunning example of Romanesque architecture, the basilica hosts the relics of the city’s patron Saint Nicholas and is an important pilgrimage destination.
Trulli of Alberobello
Pay a visit to the charming UNESCO-protected Trulli of Alberobello, unique buildings with conical roof which have become a very popular tourist attraction.
Castel del Monte
Enjoy a glass of Andria’s full-bodied wines and head to this famous 13th-century castle, featured in the design of the Italian one-cent coin.
Seafood restaurants in Peschici
Whether you fancy fresh sea bass or fried octopus and calamari, there are plenty of seafood restaurants around Peschici to choose from.
Ostuni - the White City
Majestic and beautiful, Ostuni is commonly known as the White City for its whitewashed houses. Don’t miss its charming Gothic-style cathedral.
Olive Oil Museum in Fasano
Masseria S. Angelo de' Graecis is a small museum dedicated to the origins of the production of olive oil in Puglia.
Food and wine tours around Puglia
Rich burrata cheese and homemade orecchiette pasta are only some examples of the delicious food offered in any farmhouse in Puglia.
Gargano National Park
This stunning park offers opportunities for hiking, unique flora and fauna, and great views of the beaches from a distance.
Bari's old town and seafront
Get lost in the maze of narrow streets of Bari’s charming old town and take a relaxing walk along the beautiful seafront.

Rich Legacy and Natural Beauty

One of the richest archaeological regions in Italy, Puglia has received the influx from Greeks, Romans, Goths, Lombards, Byzantines, Normans and Spanish, amongst others. Together with an unusual and amazing landscape, Puglia is an Italian must!

With lower mountains than the rest of the country, it mixes fertile tablelands with dry landscape, rocky plateaus, and green hills. Kissed by the Adriatic and Ionian seas, its crystalline waters, rocky inlets and small sandy coves, well deserves a stay in some of the Puglia hotels on the beach.

Don’t miss the beautiful promontory of Gargano, nor Lecce’s stunning Baroque historic centre. Alberobello’s ‘trulli’ stone houses are a picturesque must. Being Apulia’s capital, Bari offers a number of cultural offer highlights as well as a lively nightlife, also famous in the summer resort of Gallipoli.

Its food is probably one of the best kept Italian secrets. The spaghetti with sea urchins is a typical delicious dish, while the ‘burrata’ cheese melts in your mouth with its creamy centre. You should also try the black olives, the ‘orecchiette’ pasta, and the amazing wines!

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