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Abruzzo, Molise & Puglia, Italy


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Alberobello is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the trulli capital. Here the strange white buildings crowd the narrow streets, and there are trulli restaurants, shops and even a trulli cathedral.

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Abruzzo, Molise & Puglia

Puglia is the 'heel' of the Italian boot, the Gargano Peninsula is its 'spur' and Abruzzo and Molise together form the 'ankle'. Hugging the south eastern seaboard of Italy and facing towards the Balkans, the mountainous regions of Abruzzo and Molise differ considerably from Puglia, the richest of the three. 

Dominated by the Apennine mountain range, the hinterland of Abruzzo and Molise forms one of Italy's last wildernesses. The coastline of the Gargano Peninsula in Puglia (Apulia) is packed with cliffs, caves and islets. Reaching south is the fertile plain of Tavoliere, and further south a series of upland plateaux (the Murge) descends towards the dry Salentine Peninsula and the Adriatic. 

We've hand-picked the very best boutique and luxury bed and breakfasts in Europe to bring you our collection of stylish romantic retreats. Find your perfect bed and breakfast and get the low-down on all the things you can do and places you can visit whilst you are there. Choose from an exclusive collection of boutique hotels, boutique bed and breakfasts, luxury pensione and exclusive homestays, all fabulous places to stay in Puglia. 

Other Local Activities in Abruzzo, Molise & Puglia

  • Alberobello
  • Atri
  • Castel-del-Monte
  • Galatina
  • Isole Tremiti
  • Lanciano
  • Lecce
  • Lucera
  • Otranto
  • Palazzo Vescovile
  • Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo, Lazio e Molise
  • Ruvo di Puglia
  • Scanno
  • Sulmona
  • Taranto
  • Trani
  • Troia