Lecce, known as “the Florence of the South” has ancient Messapiche origins and the archaeological Roman ruins are mixed to the richness and exuberance of the Baroque, typically seventeenth-century, of churches and buildings in the center. Distance 90 km.
The marine nature reserve and wildlife of “Torre Guaceto”, Blue Flag in 2016, presents a pristine beach that stretches for 8,000 m. Distance 45 km.
Grotte di Castellana
The Castellana Caves are a complex of underground karst cavities among the most beautiful and spectacular in Italy and Europe with the famous White Grotto, elected the most beautiful cave in Europe. Distance 60 km.
Cisternino, which is located within the Murgia of trulli, is among the “most beautiful villages in Italy”, has an old town intact with a multitude of small restaurants and “cookers” (macellerie- taverns) in small narrow streets. Distance 7 km.
Alberobello is undoubtedly the capital of Trulli: the historic center is entirely made up of these particular pyramid-shaped buildings that make it unique in the world. Alberobello is one of the 50 Italian sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Distance 40 km
Locorotondo from a natural balcony overlooking the Valley of Trulli. From the surrounding countryside appears a dazzling cluster of white houses, which accumulate in concentric circles. Distance 15 km.
Ostuni is also called the White City because of its quaint white-panted old town. Distance 14 km.
Martina Franca is the most populated country of Itria Valley, known for its splendid baroque and the eponymous music festival architecture.