Category: Beautiful Puglia

Last night Dior held a stunning fashion show in Lecce’s Piazza del Duomo to launch their Collezione Cruise 2021. From the pizzica to the luminaria – Salento really did take centre stage at a stunning show. You can watch the video and enjoy the sights and sounds of Salento at its best on the Dior […]

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Summer 2020 photoshoot – preview

With summer well and truly here (at last – it took its time) we found ourself on the beach once more for our main Summer 2020 photoshoot. The beach was a location borne of necessity; at  a little over 30°C in the shade, we all needed to dip into the sea to cool off.

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The whole is greater …

… than the sum of the parts it’s made of. For administrative purposes our region is split into six provinces: Foggia (FG), Barletta-Andria-Trani (BT), Bari (BA), Brindisi (BR), Taranto (TA) and Lecce (LE). Geographically these correspond to Gargano and Daunia, Imperial Puglia, Bari, the Itria Valley, Magna Grecìa, Murgia and Gravine, and Salento as shown on the […]

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Puglia: 100 reasons why #98

As 2020 becomes the #LostYear we continue our sometime series. Puglia – 100 reasons why. In no particular order … #98 – three shades of Bari blue

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Puglia: 100 reasons why #100

In this the #LostYear we have started our sometime series. Puglia – 100 reasons why. In no particular order … #100 – Marina Serra

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We Are In Puglia

Visiting Puglia is like walking through a painting rich in hues of vibrant blue and green. Our two coasts, punctuated with coves carved out of the rock by relentless crashing seas, boasting sharp and jagged seascapes softened by magnificent beaches of white and golden sand, add the texture. The endless olive groves stretching as far […]

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World’s End: Santa Maria de Finibus Terrae

Santa Maria di Leuca sits on the southernmost extreme of the heel of Italy’s boot. De Finibus Terrae  – land’s end, and to Romans the end of the world – offers a rare spectacle. Leuca is where you can watch the sun rise over the turquoise blue waters of the Adriatic sea and set behind the […]

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Salento: Italy’s sun-kissed holiday hotspot for gay travellers

Italians have been coming to Puglia on their extended summer vacation for many years, drawn by the sun, sea and seriously good food. Salento forms Puglia’s southern tip, extending from Taranto on the west cost of the peninsula and Ostuni towards the east, all the way south to the stunning yet sleepy Santa Maria di […]

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#Hashtag holidays and peer-to-peer travel: how Puglia became the holiday hotspot of the Instagram decade

My partner and I love going to places that are off the beaten track. When researching our holidays, we find that search engines often display the most popular sights, meaning we might miss a hidden gem. Social media allows us to keep up with travel bloggers that have similar interests to us and get ideas […]

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