Puglia: let yourself be captivated by art. It is a fascinating journey throughrock-hewn churches and Romanesque cathedrals,castles of Frederick II and Baroque treasures. Take a plunge into the sea of your dreams, stretching over 860km of coastline dotted with steep cliffs and white sand beaches. Discover a wild nature with natural parks and protected areas of great ecological importance, the best placesfor sports and wellness, where you can enjoy trekking trails, cycle routes and trail riding, golf facilities, spas and water sports. Puglia is a land with an ancient spiritual tradition whose territory isstudded with countless places of worship, important hubs along pilgrimage routes, such as Via Francigena, with a rich tradition of rituals and colorful religious festivals. Travel through history, along the Ancient Stone Streets, among frescoed churches and hermitages hollowed out of the rock. Puglia cuisine features genuine ingredients and renowned delicacies; the bread of Altamura Dop, the capocollo (capicola) of Martina Franca, the bombetteof Cisternino (small beef rolls stuffed with cheese, ham and lettuce), extra-virgin oils and Primitivo, Negroamaro and Nero di Troiawines. Puglia is a land full of life, offering a rich calendar of events throughout the year, from big festivals to live concerts, film festivals and art exhibitions. And if you are on a business travel, here you will find everything you need; congress centers, exhibition areas, meeting rooms and excellent catering service.
Visiting Puglia means setting out on an inspiring journey from Gargano and Daunia down to Salento, that will take you through Imperial Puglia, Bari and the Coastline, Magna Grecìa, Murgia and Gravine and the Valle d'Itria.