Welcome back, folks, to a brand new blog. So we’re going to take a visit in Puglia Italy, a southern region forming the heel of Italy’s boot. It’s known for its white washed Hill towns, centuries-old farmland, and plenty of Mediterranean coastline. So if you’ve never been to Puglia before, let’s take a look at 10 beautiful places to visit in Puglia.


Bari is known for its stunning Old Town, beautiful beaches, and delicious food. Making it a perfect destination for relaxing and enjoying that authentic Italian getaway. But one of the best places to stop is to visit the Old Town, also known as Barry Vecchia. A charming area with a maze of narrow streets and alleyways lined with colorful buildings and some traditional shops. You will find plenty of quaint cafes and restaurants here that serve up local specialties like Oriquiete pasta and some fresh seafood. But one of the most iconic landmarks in Bari is the Basilica de San Nicola. A stunning church that’s home to the relics of Saint Nicholas, inspiration for Santa Claus.


Monopoli is another beautiful coastal town located in the southern part of Pulia. For a taste of local life, head to the historic center of the town. Where you’ll find narrow streets lined with beautiful whitewashed buildings. You’ll also find the iconic cathedral, which has been a symbol of the town for centuries.

But one of the most impressive sites in Monopoly is the Castello di Carlo. A majestic fortress that dates back to the 16th century. It’s located right on the waterfront, but it’s a testament to the town’s rich history. And a must-see for anyone visiting Monopoly. What I love about it is that the city still has that special. Hard-to-find feeling that has faded from so many other Italian towns.


A stunningly beautiful coastal town known for its stunning cliffs, crystal clear waters, and charming historic center. It’s no wonder why Polygniano Amari has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the area. With picturesque streets and again whitewashed buildings, it’s a perfect area to kind of people watch. But don’t forget Carla Porter Beach, a stunning Cove that’s surrounded by towering Cliffs and the sea. The beach is perfect for swimming or sunbathing, and it’s a great spot to take in some real natural beauty.


Also known as La Chita Bianca, the White City. This is a stunning Hilltop town, and it’s also known for its strikingly white buildings. Which contrast beautifully with the blue skies and the green hills that surround the town. Another city with winding streets and alleyways, which is perfect just to wander around. But you’ll come across hidden courtyards, beautiful balconies, and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. So the center is the perfect place just to soak up the relaxed atmosphere, but you’ll find a charming street to visit. Which is via the cathedral, which leads to the cathedral and offers beautiful views of the town.


Probably the most popular and most recognized along this list a small town known for its unique and picturesque truly houses now these whitewash houses with conical roofs are a UNESCO world heritage site and are the main attraction in our barabella it does feel like you’re stepping back in time and the most famous parts is the Rioni Monty District where you’ll find hundreds of truly houses that are clustered together in a Labyrinth of narrow streets and alleyways so it’s a perfect place to explore some of the trulies have been converted into shops and cafes and even accommodation where you can stay and experience it for a lot longer but go off season as believe me it’s busy as hell in the summer.


If you’ve recently been to Al Barabello, it’s a perfect opportunity for you to visit Locorothanda. This is not so far away and is famous for its unique circular layout, which is said to have been designed to confuse invading armies. It’s a perfect town to explore on foot, with plenty of hidden gems waiting to be discovered around every corner. Now what’s really interesting is that when the sun reflects along the walls, it kind of illuminates the town like a fairy tale, and you will see plenty of brightly colored vases and flowers along the streets.


A beautiful coastal town located along the Adriatic Sea, its historic Center is also really enjoyable to explore. It holds a picturesque city, plenty of charming cafes, and a stunning cathedral, but don’t forget to sample some of the local seafood while you’re here, which is also known for its freshness and Fleet air.

8: Gallipoli-

The pearl of Cilento It’s well known not only for its impressive beaches but also for its small fortified Historical center. The reason I decided to choose this town over Otranto is that Toronto is surrounded by mountains and is characterized by cliffs, but Gallipoli has some of the most beautiful sandy beaches, so if you’re looking for that, this is the better choice.


It’s called the Florence of the South, and it’s one of Puglia’s largest cities known for its architecture, with more than 40 churches and at least as many noble palazzi built or renovated between the 17th and 18th centuries. The square is perfect for people watching and doing a little shopping, but Leche has a vibrant cultural scene with plenty of events and festivals taking place throughout the year. If you do visit Leche, you might be lucky enough to visit one of those, but don’t forget to sample the local cuisine, including Orike pasta and grilled octopus, which I believe would complete your visit to this picturesque City.


Another picturesque The town itself is pretty much a maze of narrow streets and alleyways full of whitewashed houses and colorful flowers, but the historic Center is a must-see with its ancient castles, stunning cathedral,and bustling piazza. One of the highlights of a visit to Vieste is the opportunity to explore the stunning National Park, but if you do get the chance, take a boat tour of the sea caves along the coast, which offer a unique perspective on the natural beauty of this corner of the region. And there you have it, folks, that was Julia.

So if you’ve never been to that region before, this is the perfect list to get you started. Of course, there are plenty more towns and other areas soon to be discovered, and I will be showing you more of those on this blog. Thanks for reading, thanks for supporting if you do comment on the blog, and I will see you all on the next one. As always, be good, be kind, and be careful.

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