Located in the Southern tip of the Italy, Apulia is slowly becoming one of the most popular touristic destinations in the country. Thanks to its fascinating culture and breathtaking coast about 800 km long, Apulia is today on almost every bucket list. Total population is around 4 million people and most famous city, which is also the capital, is Bari.
If you want to know what it’s like to be part of the traditional Italian culture and experience good old way of life, you can’t miss this charming region. Friendly locals, great fresh food (don’t miss homemade pasta!), vineyards and numerous historical ruins will give you the vibe that can’t be found elsewhere.
–>Gargano – scenic fishing villages, rugged cliffs and sandy beaches
–>Valle d’Itria – fairytale landscape and its traditional houses
–>Ostuni – gorgeous maze like white city
–>Brindisi – city under UNESCO heritage
–>Alberobello – fairytale UNESCO World Heritage town made of 1500 Trulli; typical Apulian conical stone huts
–>Otranto – Italy’s easternmost town ideal for beach vacation