Polignano a Mare

It stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the sea. Of natural interest are its caves. Historically important is the historic center and the remains of Roman rule. Among the latter, the bridge of the Via Traiana, still viable.

Castellana Grotte


It known for its caves, which are a complex of underground karst cavities, formed about a hundred million years ago. The caves are a fascinating, containing spectacular stalactite and stalagmite concretions, among the most fascinating of Italy.

Alberobello



At the center of the valley Itria and the Murgia, Alberobello is famous for its typical houses called trulli, which are UNESCO.
trulli are typical buildings from a millennial historical tradition, unique; the external form is characterized by a cubic base topped by a cone and built entirely of stone, without other means of support.

Fasano

The city lies in a flat area and marks the border between the Altosalento and Murgia.
The coast is characterized by long beaches, among the most important we find Savelletri and Torre Canne.
in addition to Fasano there are several attractions such as Egnatia, an ancient city in Puglia which today only ruins is recognized as one of the most interesting archaeological sites in Puglia, the first methodical excavations were carried out in 1912 and in 1978 was built the current national archaeological museum of Egnatia.
the zoo safari, the first wildlife park in Italy and one of the largest in Europe for the number of species present; accommodates about 1700 specimens of 200 different species.

Ostuni

Part of the Itria valley and is called the white city because of its historic center entirely whitewashed up to the roofs of houses. This feature makes it recognizable and memorable to tourists who visit it every year.

Matera

Matera is a city in the province of Matera in the region of Basilicata, in Southern Italy. It is the capital of the province of Matera and was the capital of the province of Basilicata from 1663 to 1806. The town lies in a small canyon carved out by the Gravina. Known as la città sotterranea ("the underground city"), its historical centre "Sassi", along with the park of the Rupestrian Churches, was awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO since 1993. On 2014, Matera was declared Italian host of European Capital of Culture for 2019.

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