Cycle in Puglia, the sun-soaked heel of Italy, through vineyards, olive groves and unspoiled villages
Vivid Byzantine frescoes decorate the interior of this church. If it's closed, ask for the key at the cathedral.
This cathedral was built by the Normans in the 11th century, though it's been given a few facelifts since. On the floor is a vast...
The clear waters and rocky coast around Otranto are good for diving, and Scuba Diving Otranto offers day or night dives as well as...
A popular bar serving aperitivi and snacks is Il Covo dei Mori .
Smart, chic and favoured by locals, this is Otranto’s most famous fish restaurant, situated in an ace position for people-watching,...
This squat thick-walled fort, with the Charles V coat of arms above the entrance, has great views from the ramparts. There are some faded original murals and original cannonballs on display.
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