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Holiday Homes in Italy's guide to the regions of Puglia

The Southernmost region of Puglia forms Italy's iconic 'boot'. Known for its whitewashed towns and famous trullo houses, this delightful region offers an endless coastline of beautiful beaches, a quaint interior of pretty, rustic towns and a unique laid-back vibe.

Puglia's oldest town, Ceglie Messapica oozes ancient charm. The historic vibe carries on in the seaside port towns of Oranto, Monopoli or Torre Canne. Or try the ever-popular sandy beaches of Polignano a Mare. And the hilltop towns of Ostuni and Locorotondo.

Wherever you choose to stay, Puglia's historic and relaxing charms will guarantee an unforgettable break. Explore the guides below for a more detailed overview of each town and area or pick up the phone to talk with one of our team of experts.

Our guide on where best to stay in Puglia

Our guide on what there is to do in Puglia to make your holiday even more memorable

This charming, immaculate town with its delightful whitewashed stone huts with conical roofs in its old preserved centre

One of the most of stunning geological formations in Italy and remarkably still much of it to be discovered

Apuglias oldest town, a delightful moorish style of whitewashed buildings and charming piazzas filled with bars and restaurants

This slow paced and breathtaking whitewashed hilltop town has undulating views of the Puglian countryside below

The "Beautiful City" with its meandering shop and cafe filled streets, leading to its old town walls with stunning sunset views

This pretty town with its white washed centre holds a panoramic position in the middle of the Itria valley

An attractive baroque town boasting picturesque scenery through its ancient archway entrance of meandering cobbled alleys

A delightful coastal town with a stunning historical centre overlooking its gorgeous harbour with pretty pastel coloured fishing boats

A stunning whitewashed hilltop old town with breathtaking views of olive groves and vineyards stretching to the glimmering sea beyond

A wonderful and historic seaside town with an old port boasting an array of lovely beaches and a charming old fortress to explore

A truly romantic destination perched on a cliffs-edge with stunning sunset views beautiful cobbled streets and charming beaches

Long sandy beaches and craggy coves where you can marvel at both the sunrise and sunset from the same point at this beautiful town

Best known for its long sandy beaches and local hot springs this village hamlet is most popular for a family friendly day on the beach

A sophisticated fishing port with its iconic cathedral perched above the sea with a busting marina and quaint historic centre to explore

Browse our page dedicated to Trullis only in Puglia

Wondering how to get to Puglia? Read our guide to help you

Our guide on when we think would be the best time of year to visit Puglia

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