On the southwestern edge of the Italian peninsula is a verdant wine region known as Puglia (Apulia). It resides on the heel of Italy’s boot, where the Ionian and Adriatic seas meet. The coast, along with the rolling countryside and spectacular old towns all contribute to the region’s breathtaking beauty. From sprawling wineries in the countryside to exceptional historical architecture and miles upon miles of beaches, there is truly much to love about Puglia holidays, not to mention the sumptuous Mediterranean fare, best washed down with the greatest wines Italy produces.
Puglia guided tours to some of the most well-known wineries in the region, ranging from Bari to Castel del Monte, Cisternino, Martina Franca, Lecce, Brindisi, and Otranto are the best way to get a taste of the some of Italy’s best brews and appreciate the very history each holds. In Puglia alone are over 178 wineries spread across 25 different wine zones, giving you plenty of exciting options to choose from as you plan your Puglia tours.
Over the years, Puglia has gained a lot of attention from tourists, mainly because of its collection of majestic vineyards that form a great part of the region’s seductively beautiful landscape. With the unspoiled coastline infringing the prettiest towns, Puglia is definitely a perfect place to holiday and sample some of the best food and wine in Italy.
Puglia Italy tours will give you a taste of Italian-Mediterranean cuisine at its finest. The region has its way of taking even the simplest cuisine to a whole new level of experience, from fresh grilled fish to vegetables, handmade cheeses and pastas, and the rich wines, almost straight from the barrel. Visiting the wine country of Puglia is the perfect way to enjoy the best of both the coast and inland wineries, as you savor the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the region.