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A journey through lands of history, crystal clear sea and flavours that conquer the heart

Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Apulia


From extra virgin olive oil to wines and dairy specialities


The Trulli of Alberobello, the "white city", the Baroque of Salento


"La Notte della Taranta", one of the most significant popular music events in Europe

With more than 800 km of coastline, Apulia is a sun-kissed land in the heart of the Mediterranean, where ancient traditions intertwine with breathtaking landscapes and authentic flavours. This region, located in the heel of Italy, is a tourist destination that enchants visitors with its variety of unique experiences.

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Apulia’s coasts overlook two seas, the Adriatic and the Ionian, offering white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. The Itria Valley, with its characteristic cone-shaped trulli, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see destination for those wishing to immerse themselves in the history and architectural beauty of the region. Puglia is also renowned for its genuine and tasty cuisine. Extra virgin olive oil, fresh cheeses, fine wines and fresh fish dishes are just some of the gastronomic delights this land has to offer. Local markets and traditional festivals are the perfect opportunity to savour the local cuisine and experience the authenticity of Apulian life. In addition to its natural and culinary beauty, Puglia boasts cities rich in history such as Bari, Lecce and Taranto, where ancient architecture, Baroque churches and medieval castles tell fascinating stories. Traditional festivals, music festivals and cultural events enliven the city squares, creating a vibrant and engaging atmosphere. In conclusion, Apulia is a destination that captures the senses and the hearts of visitors, offering a perfect mix of natural beauty, authentic culture and warm hospitality.


Ospitalità Natura establishments in Apulia

Charming trulli Request availability
Excellent eco-sustainability
Borgo del Tempo Ritrovato
Guaranteed by the NaturaSì ecosystem
Borgo del Tempo Ritrovato
Exclusivity Green soul
Ostuni, APULIA
TripAdvisor: 5/5 Booking: 9/10
From € 150,00 per person
Charming farmhouse Request availability
Basic eco-sustainability
Masseria Cuturi
Uniqueness Breakfast
Manduria, APULIA
TripAdvisor: 4.5/5 Booking: 9.5/10
From € 80,00 per person

All places with Nature Hospitality in Apulia


Welcome to Ostuni, the ‘White City’ of Apulia, a jewel set in the hills of the Itria Valley. This charming resort is rooted in the region’s thousand-year history, offering visitors a unique experience of tradition, culture and natural beauty. 

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The heart of Ostuni is its historical centre, characterised by narrow cobbled streets and whitewashed houses that glow under the Mediterranean sun. Getting lost in the picturesque alleys is a journey back in time, with medieval architecture blending with Baroque influences. The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, with its imposing façade, dominates the city skyline and is a focal point for history and art enthusiasts. In addition to its architectural wonders, Ostuni offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. From the city walls, visitors can admire the centuries-old olive groves that stretch all the way to the Adriatic Sea, creating an evocative and unforgettable backdrop. 

A lively nightlife, restaurants offering delicacies of Apulian cuisine and boutiques selling local handicrafts complete the tourist experience in Ostuni. During the warm summer evenings, the squares come alive with cultural events, concerts and festivals, offering a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. 

A visit to this ‘White City’ is a journey through the past and a celebration of the authentic beauty of Southern Italy.



Situated in the northernmost part of Salento and immersed in a past rich in charm, Manduria, known as the ‘Capital of the Messapi‘ reveals the signs of its millennial history through its monuments and ancient ruins.

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In fact, the imposing Messapian walls surrounding the historic centre bear witness to the ancient splendour of this city, while the Archaeological Museum offers a fascinating journey into the past, with artefacts that tell the stories of ancient peoples and civilisations. 

Manduria is not only history, it is also renowned for its Primitivo wine, a robust and compelling nectar that enchants palates the world over. The vineyards stretching over the surrounding hills invite visitors to explore the local wine cellars and enjoy the intense flavours of this fine wine, immersed in an atmosphere of authentic Apulian hospitality.

Manduria is also the ideal starting point for exploring the beautiful beaches of the Ionian coast, with golden sands and crystal-clear waters that invite relaxation and fun.

Hiking or cycling through rural landscapes, birdwatching in nature reserves and water sports along the coast are just some of the activities awaiting visitors eager to discover the wild beauty of Apulia.


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