• Giovinazzo and its charming fishing port

    Hi, I’m Viviana and this is my hometown | #PugliaByMe If you are planning to spend some time in Puglia, my hometown Giovinazzo could be a nice stop to add to your list, while visiting the Bari Land. Located few kilometres North from Bari, Giovinazzo is a charming peninsula surrounded by ...

  • Monopoli: a unique city in Bari Land

    Discovering Monopoli with our local Mary | #PugliaByMe If you decide to come in Puglia, I would highly recommend it! It is one of the most beautiful regions of Italy and you cannot miss the opportunity to visit and spend a few days in the beautiful Monopoli… I’m sure you’ll love ...

  • Conversano, noble city of Bari Land

    Discovering Conversano with Domenico | #PugliaByMe If you ask for information on Conversano to those who live in the neighbourhood, probably the first thing they would tell you is that it’s “the city of the noble” or “the city of the Count”. Not always with cheerful spirit though, but we are ...

  • Bari Land

    Discovering Bari Land   Terra di Bari (Bari Land) is a wide geographical area enclosed between the Adriatic Sea and the Murge and which extends from north to south between the towns of Fasano and Barletta. The whole area belonged entirely to the province of Bari, but in 2004 the new province ...

  • Alberobello

    Alberobello is a small yet characteristic town located South East of Puglia in the province of Bari, (in the middle of The Itria Valley) with a population of about 10,000 people. Alberobello is situated on two hills; the new town is located on the eastern hill and is characterized by a ...

  • Trani Trani_Cathedral

    Trani, with Andria and Barletta, is the capital of the Province Barletta-Andria-Trani (BAT). The city is an historic fishing port on the Adriatic coast and is located in a small natural bay. It is an ideal destination for a daily trip as it is easily reachable and is a lovely ...

  • Safari Zoo & Fasanolandia zoo_safari

    This is a place that all children and their parents will love, this is where you can be in contact with nature and animals and have a great fun within the amusement park. This permanent structure that hosts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year is located just outside the ...

  • Polignano a Mare Polignano_A_Mare

    Polignano a Mare is a town in the province of Bari. Its origins date back to the Neolithic period (5th millennium BC), it was known as Neapolis during ancient Greek times and became an important trading center and seaport under the Romans. Polignano a Mare is a pearl on the Adriatic Sea, the ...

  • Locorotondo

    Locorotondo is a village in the province of Bari with a population of about 14,000 people, well connected by public transports and easily accessible by car, Locorotondo is certainly worth a visit while in Southern Italy. Its name derives from the Latin Locus Rotundus meaning round place to prove the fact ...

  • Egnazia Ruins Puglia – Archaeological Site Egnazia

    Along the Adriatic coast between Monopoli and Savelletri is where the Archaeological Park with the ruins of Egnazia is located. This site that occupies 40 hectares of land is today the most important archaeological site that has been discovered in Puglia. The ancient Gnathis was a very important Greek-Messapian town ...

  • Castel del Monte castel_del_monte

    Castel del Monte is a castle located near Andria, it was built in the 13th century by order of the Frederick II (during the Swabian domain in Puglia) and it’s probably the most famous buildings that the Emperor ordered to build during his long empire. It has been a UNESCO ...

  • Castellana Caves grotte_di_castellana2

    Castellana Caves (Castellana Grotte) is a small town in the province of Bari. The town bases its economy mainly on agriculture and tourism. It has a very nice historic center with many ancient buildings dating back to the 17th century. The town links its name primarily to the enchanting beauty of its caves, ...

  • Barletta Barletta, Eraclio

    Barletta is a large city located north of Bari on the Adriatic coast, and together with Andria and Trani is the capital of the Barletta-Andria-Trani (BAT) province. Easy to reach, Barletta is a nice place to stop by and admire its historic city center. Photo Credits Michele Flickr The origins of Barletta date ...

  • Bari

    Bari is the capital of its province and of the Puglia region, it is also in the middle of the so called Bari Land. Third largest city in Southern Italy, its metropolitan area has about one million inhabitants. The city overlooks the Adriatic Sea and due to its favorable location ...

  • Andria Andria_Cattedrale

    Andria is a city of about 100K inhabitants located north of Bari and 10Km from the sea; since 2004 it has become the capital of the province of Barletta-Andria-Trani (BAT) with Barletta and Trani. The area around the city has many caves and ravines, and is part the Alta Murgia ...

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