Puglia is the southern region that forms the "heel" of the Italian boot. It is famous for its white hill villages, for the centenary olive fields and for the hundreds of kilometers of Mediterranean coast.
The capital, Bari, is a lively port and university city, while Lecce is known as the "Florence of the South" because of its baroque architecture. Alberobello and the Itria Valley are instead the home of the trulli, the traditional stone buildings with the characteristic conical roof ... TO BE CONTINUED ... FOLLOW US !