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Italy, Puglia from above

Southern Italy beckons to those seeking a getaway to a wholesome land with great food, friendly culture, and attractions galore. Puglia, the heel of the “Italian boot”, consists largely of a peninsular region that spreads out into the Adriatic Sea and is home to the largest and most agriculturally productive plains in Italy. You can be sure to experience some of the best Italian dining in this area of Italy during your vacation. Take along friends and family for a time of fun and merriment wherever you go on your vacation to Puglia.

Puglia, Italy offers several different locales at which you can relax and forget your troubles. Depending on what you’re looking to get out of your vacation, different areas may appeal more to you than others, from Foggia to Salve. The coastline that runs alongside the Adriatic Sea is home to a number of sunny, scenic beaches that appeal to beachgoers year-round, especially near Bari and Brindisi. If you find that you want to get out and explore the area and its deep-rooted history, staying urban might be a better for you. From the cities you can tour all the historical cathedrals, castles, and other architectural feats, as well has have easy access to train, air and bus routes to other parts of the region.

On a vacation to Puglia, Italy, discovery lies in wait around every corner. From the Gargano National Park in the north of the southern city of Lecce, Puglia never fails to entertain visitors. Time is of no concern in this land filled with rich culture. Its histories are laid out before you in the form of ancient cathedrals, castles, and museums spread across the region. Strengthen not only the mind with valuable knowledge gleaned from these historic sites, but the body as well. To the east, the warm coast draws in tourists to participate in a number of water sports such as water skiing and wakeboarding on the Adriatic Sea. All ages are welcome to explore the wonders of Puglia, Italy.

No vacation to Puglia is complete without a visit to one of many ancient castles spread throughout the region. One of particular interest is the Castel del Monte located slightly south of Andria, an agricultural city of fine spirits. Stay in the city and eat up in preparation for an intriguing day excursion to Castel del Monte. This monument of near-mythical design was designed with mathematical precision that revolves around the number eight for what purpose is still unknown.

Coastal adventures are yours to be had in the warm waters of the Adriatic Sea. Ecotourism in the area is thriving as people come from all over the world to see the unique coastal habits that Puglia is home to. The waters surrounding the Tremiti Islands host an incredible diversity of oceanic wildlife in a complex system of coves, and caves. While you’re at it, get the heart pumping with some windsurfing off the coast of Santa Maria di Leuca during anytime of the year. Puglia caters to all types of travelers, regardless of the season. You can even take a ferry from Bari or Brindisi across the Adriatic!

A vacation to Puglia Italy makes for a great family vacation that everyone can enjoy. From the comfort of your pillow to the extravagance of the attractions, Puglia does not disappoint.

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