Every little corner of Puglia gives the chance to marvel: from the ancient tuff cathedrals (the one in Trani inspired the labyrinthine works of Maurits Cornelis Escher) to the olive groves that stretch over Martian red earth landscapes. Puglia is also one of the Italian regions that deeply transformed its relationship with tourism in the last two decades, attracting more and more holidaymakers. This year, thanks to the pandemic, there will be the opportunity for many Italians – and not only – to (re)discover it.
Now that, from Salento to the green and wild Gargano, every bend of its coast has been covered, we propose a series of hints to contaminate your itinerary with architecture, art, and design.
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