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If the map of Italy outlines the shape of a boot, then Apulia – or Puglia as it is known to the locals – is the heel. It's little surprise, with scenery like this and a variety of Apulia holiday rentals to choose from, that this is such a beloved holiday destination.
The areas of Apulia are divided into Foggia to the north, Barletta Andria-Tranni next down, Bari, a large and beautiful swath of land in the middle of it all, Taranto, whose coastline spans much of the incredible Golf of Taranto, and Brindissi and Lecce in the very south, poking out into the Mediterranean Sea. If you have the time, absolutely every region in Puglia should be thoroughly explored. Book villas in Apulia in one of these fine towns and set out on day trips to the surrounding villages.
In historic Apulia holiday rentals you can truly get a feel for the culture of this area. It’s warm, dry yet hospitable climate also make Apulia a perfect wine growing region, and there is no shortage of wineries to prove that. In fact, Apulia is outdone by only Sicily in terms of natural wine production. Wine tours are also a delightful pursuit for the tourist, although this activity will be competing for your attention among a host of other incredible things to do and see from your villas in Apulia. The beaches, for one, are spectacular with their white-gold sand and cool, fresh water; From which you can take part in water sports such as swimming, sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing, para sailing and more.
From your Apulia holiday rentals you can visit the Italian sub-peninsular Salento as well the beautiful regions Basilicata and Campania which border on Apulia and are worth a visit as well - given that you find enough time.
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