Bienvenuti a Apulia or welcome to the Apulia region!
You can’t go any further south on the Italian mainland! In Apulia, at the heel of the Italian boot, the sun shines on more than 320 days of the year. This is where you can enjoy the true Italian zest for life far away from tourist track. Apulia has a varied landscape, cultural sites and great cooking, indeed it’s a world of its own boasting medieval towns, pristine churches, sandy beaches, idyllic bays and southern hospitality.
People who love the sea can choose between the many fantastic coastal stretches in Apulia: the rocky coast of Otranto and Santa Maria di leuca, where the Ionian and Adriatic Sea meet; Gallipoli, the pearl of Salento; and Gargano, the spur of the Italian boot with the nearby Tremiti islands.
Nature is at the very forefront of a holiday in Apulia, in the Murge and Gargano national parks, in the untouched forest of Umbra, in the saltworks and lakes, in the deep chasms of Laterza and the wide fissures of Altamura. Nature truly characterises the beautiful landscape of the entire region of Apulia.
Apulia offers a multitude of historic sites that relate the ancient culture to anyone who wants to travel through history, from prehistoric times through the Magna Graecia and the era of the Roman emperors up to the renaissance and the baroque structures of Lecce and Salento.
Apulia is worth a visit at any time of year.
Torre San Giovanni:
A popular holiday resort in Apulia with a small bay, a long promenade and a fishing port. Catch the spirit and charm of this town and the Apulian region and visit our hotel in Apulia: