Cultural Gems

Puglia, Italy


Best time to visit: Spring-Fall


Type: Culinary, Historical, Dreamy

globe Trip details: $$$

7 Trip Days

Puglia, located in the southern part of Italy, is known for its stunning coastline along the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, historical towns, rich cultural heritage (home to multiple UNESCO sites and ancient ruins), and of course, (it is Italy after all), amazing food.

From the white-washed villages of the Valle d’Itria to the stunning beaches and waters of places like Salento, Gargano, and Polignano a Mare, the region offers a variety of coastal landscapes for relaxation.

Puglia is the largest olive oil-producing region in Italy, which is an essential ingredient in the local cuisine. The food is characterized by its simplicity and use of fresh, local ingredients. Notable dishes include orecchiette pasta with broccoli rabe, focaccia, burrata cheese, and seafood specialties. Pair this with their native wine varieties for an authentic Italian experience.

curated by Maryneil Catlin

Where In The World

Apulia, Italy

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