The heel of Italy’s definitive boot and unique a stand alone in the nation’s notorious south. Puglia is an often overlooked treasure trove of experience where medieval towns still cling to their ancient roots and whitewashed house stand in stark contrast to the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. The Gargano Promontory, a vast and diverse geographical world wonder that hugs the shoreline, is loaded with secret coves, sandy beaches, and even vibrant forests.

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Cavatieddi con la Ruca

These strange concave noodles are tossed in a thick tomato and arugula sauces and topped with a liberal helping of pecorino

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Its used a lot in Pugliese cuisine. This onion like vegetable has a bit of a bitter tinge but if cooked properly they become addictively delicious

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Orecchiette con cime di rapa

Literally "little ears" with broccoli rabe and pecorino from Puglia.

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Stay in Puglia

One Day

Stay in Lecce for the day and experience the heart of Puglia. This city is gleaming with architecture and culture highly influenced by the Baroque era. The old town is stunning and a great point to start exploring the city’s many alleyways, piazza’s and shops, like Museo della Taranta.

Three Days

Go castle hopping and visit the famous regal locations found in Puglia. Castel Del Monte and the ruins found at the Palazzo in Lucera are great spots to start. From their make your way to Altamura to taste the delicious bread.

One Week

This gives you just enough time to fully appreciate the wonders found at the Gargano promontory. Its home to every type of landscape and geography including lush forests, rocky cliffs, and white sand beaches. A perfect way to experience the wonders of Puglia.