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Rai Puglia

Aeroporti di Puglia

During his trip to our region, the great anthropologist and art critic Cesare Brandi stated that “the real land of Apulia is the archaic one, not backward but immemorial". Getting to know the local community, listening to their stories, actively taking part in the processions, experiencing the hospitality of our people and feeling the emotions that capture and overwhelm everyone. Tradition, folklore, art and spirituality for an agenda full of emotional events from January to December, and reminiscent of the historical, cultural and anthropological aspects that Apulia has to offer. Come and enjoy this unique and unforgettable experience. There are so many events organized, such as the Easter processions of "Easter in Apulia" (www.settimanasantainpuglia.it), the patron festivals in honor of the "Patrons of Apulia" (www.patronidipuglia.it), or even the magic of "Christmas in Apulia" (www.nataleinpuglia.it) and the "Places of the Soul" of the Via Francigena Street and other places of worship, without forgetting the foods and wines of the Rural Apulia and its marvelous Authentic Dwellings: all sought-out to allow you to experience and discover the "soul of these places".

Apulia is a place where each traveler perceives the richness of its antiquity while strolling through the alleys of the historical centers and preciously preserves colors he had never seen so bright in his memory: such as the deep blue of the sea, the green of the olive groves and vineyards, the ruby red of ripe tomatoes, the gold of the wheat and the pure white of the milk. However, nature is not the only thing that strikes the imagination of those who venture to discover these places. There even are great cathedrals and churches with silver reflections, but also the red and black of the Magna Graecia ceramics, as well as the stories and legends that link this southern corner of Italy to heroes and Gods. The journey to discover Apulia begins from the Sacred Mountain, Gargano and Daunia.

In Monte Sant’Angelo, everything revolves around the figure of the Archangel Michael, thanks to a mystical sanctuary. Man’s ingenuity will overwhelm you in the cathedrals of Lucera and Troia; the latter is the only one worldwide to have a rose window with eleven petals.

The Imperial Apulia is full of extraordinary places, such as the Castel del Monte, a Federician building dominating a mysterious hill and part of the Norman-Aragonese-Swabian castle itinerary of the Adriatic coast: in addition to the ones of Barletta, Mola of Bari and Monopoli. Bari and the Coast with its cathedrals dedicated to saints that came from afar, such as the one in Trani, or the ancient Duomo of Molfetta and the Basilica of Saint Nicolas, in Bari.

Bitonto is reminiscent of the passing of time thanks to ancient artifacts that highlight the splendor of the Peucetian civilization, as well as to the more recent Romanesque style of its majestic cathedral. The journey proceeds towards the Trullo houses of Alberobello and passes through the modern ceramics of Grottaglie, as well as through the more ancient and precious ones preserved in the National Archaeological Museum of Taranto.

Finally, we arrive in Salento, which is dominated by Lecce and embellished by Otranto and its cathedral, which is dedicated to the eight hundred martyrs, before reaching the beautiful ancient city, Gallipoli.

From the coast to the Murgia, the journey in Apulia feels like a discovery.

It's the Puglia Autentica (Authentic Apulia): what are you waiting? Go!