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Why Famous

  • Apulia had always been famous for its grain harvests, olives and wine.
  • It attracted invaders and traders over many centuries - Greeks, Romans, Byzantines and Saracens, from early to late antiquity.
  • The most famous site in Apulia is Alberobello, home of the delightful trullo.


Facts Destination

  • Apulia is a very dry region.
  • In ancient times only the northern part of the region was called Apulia.
  • One of the richest in Italy for archeological findings.
  • Apulia was an important area for the ancient Romans.


Area Info

  • Puglia, also known as Apulia, is in the south of Italy, the heel of Italy\'s boot.
  • Capital: Bari
  • Area: 19,366 km2 (7,477.3 sq mi)
  • The climate is hot and dry in the summer, and what rain there is falls in the winter months and averages no more than 500 mm per year.


Why Visit
  • It is a place of dark ancient forests, fishing villages, coastal watchtowers, dazzlingly white limestone cliffs, caves and long, sandy beaches.
  • Ais a simple dry-stone-walled building with a domed roof topped by a cone.
Best Time
  • June to September
How to reach

By Plane

  • Ryanair flies directly almost every day from London Stansted to Puglia\'s airports.
  • British Airways flies from April to October directly from London Gatwick to Bar.
  • Alitalia from London Heathrow, choose among 35 weekly flights to Rome and 33 to Milan Linate.
  • Easyjet.com flies from London Gatwick to Milan Malpensa and then from Milan Malpensa to Brindisi and Bari airports.
  • The major gateways to the region are Bari \"Karol Wojtyla\" International Airport (BRI) and Rome\'s Leonardo Da Vinci – Fiumicino Airport (FDO), with a connection to Bari.
  • Puglia has another international airport at Brindisi, called Brindisi Casale.
  • Bus services are scanty and it can be difficult to find information about public transport.
  • There are national FS train services which connect most of the major towns with the rest of the Italy.
  • complete and take with you a form e111.
  • Travellers should take the normal precautions applicable when travelling,
  • Culture of Apulia bear profound marks of the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Franks, Spanish and other populations which left indelible traces of their presence.
  • Festival of Jewish Culture in Apulia
  • Verso il Mezzogiorno a voyage in the Jewish culture in Apulia Region in Italy.