South italy: Apulia (2)


If you are planning to visit italy, think about a different tour. Italy is not only big famed cities.

In my opinion Apulia is a great opportunity to discover a real italian region.

Apulia is the homeland of best italian grapes and therefore wine, as well as olives and its extra virgin oil

vino ulivo

Apulia is the homeland of lovely towns (oldest in italy as first ancient greeks colonies) and warm sun

traostuni 2013-02-25 11.28.09

Ionian sea is the best italian sea (not considering islands), as you can see below:

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Apulia is homeland of one of the best (and healthy) italian cuisine, typical mediterranean diet with delicious vegetables, fresh fish and meat

fave apuliafood

People are friendly and proud of their loved land

ribellati

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