History would tell that Apulia has always been a land of conquest and entry since ancient times and has testimony to that throughout the different eras and regions: the prehistoric dolmen, the Greek and Roman remains, medieval castles and baroque churches as well as the trulli dwellings and the masseria farmsteads. The nature in Apulia is also filled with surprises, with the National Parks in Gargano and the Murge area, the Umbra Forest, the jagged coast in Gargano and Salento, the Grottoes in Castellana, and the olive orchards.
The area around Bari is no less worthy of mention: where we suggest a visit to the imposing Basilica of St. Nicholas and the castle of Frederick II. Do not forget to save time for the so-called land of the trulli. Heading further south into Salento, the Baroque quarter in Lecce and the Cathedral in Otranto certainly merit something more than a quick stop. We suggest that you let yourself be enchanted by the coast that is without equal,  discover the rocky coasts and grottoes and an enviable view of the sea.
A trip to Apulia is also an occasion to taste the flavours of traditional cuisine, beginning with the excellent products such as Altamura bread, Aleatico wine and 5 different kinds of DOP olive oil.