Culture from your campsite in Puglia
From your campsite in Puglia, also called Apulia, you can discover the culture of this region by visiting several interesting sights. The region has numerous monasteries, abbeys, shrines, altars and churches for those who like religious monuments and buildings. Some examples are the Sanctuary of San Nazario and San Michele Arcangelo and the Abbey of Santa Maria Ripalta. Throughout Italy you can find lots of pilgrimage routes and the unusual history of this region has left its mark around your campsite in Puglia.
The coast from your campsite in Puglia
If you are staying at a campsite in Puglia, you will always find yorself close to the seashore as the region is located beside the Adriatic and Ionian Sea. You will find beautiful rock formations, wonderful, white sandy beaches and numerous bays where you can swim in the crystal clear water or relax on the beach. Also diving and snorkelling enthusiasts will enjoy the region of Puglia. In the beautiful azure sea you can find coral, bream, sea-horses, wrecks, caves and encounter much more natural beauty. So during your camping holiday in Puglia/Apulia you can dive into that the crystal clear water or relax with your children on the fine white sandy beaches.
Charming, historic towns and villages in Puglia
The Puglia region has beautiful, charming towns. When you stay at a campsite in Puglia, it is definitely worth a visit to one of these cities. The city of Lecce is one such example. This city is also known as the Florence of the south and is famous for its baroque beauty. The trullo houses in Alberobello, Monti and Aia Piccola should definitely not be missed during your camping holiday in Puglia. These are white limestone cottages built with a conical roof and often decorated with religious and mythological symbols.
Friendly and tastey food festivals
If you stay on a campsite in Puglia you will naturally be able to enjoy the delicious Italian cuisine. However, in the region of Puglia you will find more than just pizza and pasta. The region is known for its fresh produce and flavorsome ingredients, from which fish and dried pastas dishes are made. Food festivals are regularly held in the squares of the towns. At the various stalls can you taste the typical dishes. In addition, each month a different ingredient or dish in the spotlight. Make sure to visit one of these events during your stay at a campsite in Puglia.
Anyone in search of a varied part of Italy without mass tourism should book a campsite in Puglia.