Discovering a wonderful land

Discover Puglia

Puglia is a region rich in history and culture and offers those who visit it timeless landscapes, colours and scents that meet, where traditions merge with art and flavors.
The gastronomy of Puglia reflects the complex identity of this region on the border between East and West Mediterranean, in the simplicity of its rural and fishing life. Without a doubt, the Apulian cuisine is a perfect synthesis of the Mediterranean diet.

Where we are

Immersed in a magnificent Mediterranean pine forest, Castellaneta Marina is a small tourist resort straddling Puglia and Basilicata, loved for its fine sand coast and crystal clear sea.

Caves of Castellana

They are among the main natural and tourist attractions, not only of Puglia, but of the whole of Italy. Its underground path of over 2 km of tunnels and large cavities, offer a wonderful limestone show of stalactites and stalagmites that will leave you breathless.


Famous for its characteristic white limestone buildings, since 1996 the "trulli" of Alberobello have become a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Just 40 minutes from the village, you can reach Matera, considered the "city of stone" for its "Sassi".
An ancient city carved out of sandstone with churches, oil mills, stables and thousands of underground houses. In 1993 UNESCO recognized the Sassi di Matera as a World Heritage Site. Furthermore, given their suggestive scenic atmosphere, they have been the backdrop to numerous national and international cinematographic works.


The city of the two seas still retains its famous port, the Romanesque-Apulian cathedral of San Cataldo, the Aragonese castle and one of the most important museums in the world on Magna Grecia, the MARTA, famous above all - but not only! - for its wonderful "golds".

Martina Franca

Not far from the village, where the three Apulian provinces of Taranto, Brindisi and Bari meet, there is the beautiful Valle D'Itria. Among its main centers, the Baroque Martina Franca stands out; Locorotondo, a town renowned for its vineyards and Cisternino, known for its picturesque old town.


It is known that Puglia is a rich land through centuries of old traditions, in many cases visible through the objects and furnishings considered auspicious, if not magical. Examples are the ceramic and terracotta trinkets. Many of these works are kept in the Ceramics Museum of Grottaglie, in the province of Taranto.

Rock churches
of Mottola and Massafra

The Ionic arch is geologically characterized by the many crevasses of calcareous as well as erosive origin, commonly called "gravine". Formations similar to American canyons, however, are rich in historical settlements whose origins are lost in the silence of the times. Examples are the many cave churches carved into the natural walls.

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