Apulia
Apulia

Italy is one of a kind destination in nature, history and creativity. Its charm is expressed in its ambience, in its craftmanship, in its gastronomy, in its magnificent perception of the quality of life as “dolce vita”. Our portfolio has been expanded in this region of the Mediterranean with a selection of distinctive properties encompassing the fairy-tale countryside of Tuscany, fascinating Umbria, emblematic Apulia, cinematic Amalfi and marvelous Sicily.

Apulia is a region with a noteworthy coastline of 865 km across the Adriatic and Ionian Sea, famous for its picturesque historical villages, where traditions remain vivid in daily life. In the countryside of Itria Valley, Murge and Alberobello you can find the trulli, the typical dry stone huts with conical roofs. The truli of Alberobello as well as other emblematic places such as the Castel Del Monte, the Sanctuary of San Michelle Arcangelo and Foresta Umbra Nature Reserve are under the umbrella of Unesco World Heritage Site. Each location has its own special identity:

•Lecce: an art city with elements of baroque reminding of an open-air museum dispalying stuning masterpieces and landmarks.

• Gargano: the area of wild beauty, charming villages, wonderful beaches as well as citrus and olive groves.

• Alberobello and Itria Valley: the valley of trulli and picturesque villages like Alberobello, Locorotondo, Cisternino and Martina Franca.

• Ostuni: known as “White City” due to its historical center of whitewashed houses.

• Tremiti Islands: the only archipelago in the region with five islands in a nature reserve with a sea that is highly suggested for diving.

• Torre Guaceto Nature Reserve: a natural oasis and protected sea area, a valuable ecosystem with many a variety of animal species.

• Castel del Monte: it is the region’s most visited monument that is popular due to its peculiar octagonal plan.

• Castellana Caves: a 3-kilometer collection of underground caves.

• Salento: a charming destination with unique history and traditions, among masserie and white sandy beaches and crystal blue waters.

• Polignano a Mare: located on a rocky cliff overlooking the Adriatic Sea, it is known for its sea caves and Roman remains.

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