Hospitable land rich in unique landscapes:if you do not know her yet, prepare to love her as much as we love her.

Puglia is the land of the sea and the sun, a classic example of a typical Mediterranean region. It stretches for 800 km and is bathed by two seas: the Ionian and the Adriatic that characterize the coasts, giving different landscapes made of high cliffs and golden beaches.

A hospitable land preserves the testimonies and traces left by the peoples who have crossed and inhabited these places. There have been many discoveries in this regard during the archaeological excavations. Among these, the discovery of the skeleton of a woman, called Delia, and of her fetus dating back to 25,000 years ago has aroused particular interest. Since then, Puglia had lived, and certainly loved, by the first human beings who settled there.

Marvelous architectural structures such as the Menhir, the Dolmen, the Trulli, the farms and farmhouses make this region enchanting.

To these are added various structural realities such as the Castel del Monte, the Santuario Monte Sant’Angelo, dry stone walls and the fortress of Emperor Federico II.Puglia is a region where spirituality and devotion to the Saints is still very much lived and persists over time. It is no coincidence that the patronal festivals are celebrated and very special, which illuminate and color the villages, giving an enchanted atmosphere full of popular music.Even the craft has its relevance: famous is the terracotta used in making particular whistles or pitchers for wine.


A harsh and harsh territory, capable of presenting wild and wonderful landscapes shaped by the sea and the wind, which generously offers a humble and poor but incredibly varied and tasty gastronomy

Mirror of the many dominations that have left indelible traces in the culinary art, it is a warm land that envelops the visitor with an atmosphere made of mystery and magic. Salento is a place where tradition has turned into cosmopolitanism and hospitality in culture.


Characterized by the white color of the walls of the houses, Ostuni is a locality of the Altosalento that rises and extends on three hills to seven kilometers of the Adriatic coast.

The warm climate with dry and humid summers and with rainy and cold winters, make the olive plant grow in a luxuriant way and that its cultivation is, for this reason, a source of income very important since the most ancient times. We can indeed meet centuries-old and ancient plants that still produce olives from which a quality extra virgin olive oil is produced.

Throughout the year the city of Ostuni is a destination for a remarkable flow of tourists, attracted above all by its beauties – the old town is unique thanks to its stone alleys – the pristine sea that boasts the prestigious Blue Flag award and events food and wine and cultural.

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