The coast of Gallipoli, enclosed in its small gulf on the Ionian coast, is varied and of great naturalistic value, those in the area being among the most beautiful beaches in Salento.
Starting from the north, immediately after the marinas of Nardò and Montagna Spaccata, is Lido Conchiglie, a small but beautiful seaside resort belonging partly to Gallipoli and partly to Sannicola, a Salento municipality in the Gallipoli hinterland.Read more
Along the Salento coast, at the easternmost tip of the Heel of Italy, Otranto looks like a fortress on the sea. About 50 kilometres from Lecce, the city walls and honey-coloured houses glisten in the sunshine amidst the olive trees and wild coastline fringed with long coastlines and coves.
Listed among the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy, Otranto is a city to be discovered without haste, thanks to its unique historical and architectural heritage.Read more
Puglia is full of beautiful beaches that deserve to be seen. Not all of us are lucky enough to have a local guide who can show us such natural wonders, but by browsing through the itineraries on this blog, it is possible to organise an excursion to discover this area and the legendary Grotta della Poesia, one of the most sensational natural pools in the world.Read more
From the mountainous areas of the Gargano, and all along the Tavoliere delle Puglie, there are traditional specialities worth trying during your holiday in Apulia: burrata, turnip tops and Altamura bread are just the most famous examples of a land that never ceases to amaze.
This is one of our most popular itineraries; for a weekend getaway or 3 days of complete relaxation as a welcome gift!Read more