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Puglia forms the heel of Italy’s “boot” and is known for its whitewashed hill towns, centuries old farmland and stretching Mediterranean coastline. Discover fishing ports and villages perched on steep coastal cliffs.
Stroll through the old part of town to see ladies on their front door kneading pasta, Wander by cloisters, churches, craft shops and bakeries.
Explore the narrow streets of the medieval centre overlooked by churches and monuments and set beside a port. There are sandy beaches and many seafood restaurants.
This medieval village is perched on a high, jagged coastline with a succession of narrow streets and typical white houses and terraces clinging to the cliff-edge pocked with caves.
The small old town is well signed posted to lead you through a maze of alleys and along the harbourside, past Madonna della Madia Baroque-Romanesque cathedral and the solid castle built in 1552 by the Spanish rulers.
The countryside is dotted with pointy-roofed trulli homes amidst the vineyards and olive groves, the beaches of the Adriatic Sea aren’t far away. Choose a couple of villages to explore. Alberobello, an unusual fantasyland of rustic whitewashed homes with conical teepee-like roofs; Locorotondo, whitewashed houses curling around the low hillside; Cisternino is full of fascinating alleyways with archways that wind through the narrow, bleached streets fronted by staircases; and Martina Franca where you can sit at an outdoor café in the graceful Piazza Maria Immacoltata.
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