Cisternino: on a picturesque hill, it displays a stunning landscape of the Itria Valley dotted with trulli, the Adriatic sea and the beautiful olive trees;
Locorotondo: charming medieval village on the hill, with its peculiar flowered balconies;
Alberobello: the capital of TRULLI, the only city in the world with peculiar dry stone huts with a conical roof;
Egnathia: archaeological excavations dating back to four prehistoric ages, Acropolis surrounded by walls;
Ostuni: the"White City". Pretty little town located in a panoramic position, on the most eminent of three hills.
Castellana Grotte: the biggest and magnificent underground cave system;
Bitonto: and its Romanesque-style Cathedral;
Ruvo: with its majestic cathedral, one of the most beautiful Romanesque churches in Apulia, erected at the beginning of the thirteenth century;
Castel del Monte: the famous castle of Frederick , rising over an isolated hill-top overlooking a wide scenery. It has an unusual octagonal structure with eight towers, and is considered one of the purest Gothic buildings in southern Italy;
Battle of Cannae: the archaeological area dating back to the Roman age, (famous for the battle of Hannibal);
Lecce : town with Baroque edifices, built of Miocene Stone;
Gallipoli: a charming and picturesque medieval village built on an island reaching the Ionian sea;
Trani: and its dazzling Cathedral built in the Romanesque style.