Apulia (Italian: Puglia) is a region of Southern Italy. It has 4 million inhabitants and is the easternmost region of the country, reaching a distance of only 72 km (45 miles) from Cape Otranto in the coasts of Albania.

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Map of Apulia

The region is divided into six provinces:

  Metropolitan City of Bari (BA)
The famous “Trulli” of Alberobello, pictoresque old town of the capital with its vibrant nightlife, characteristic old ports.
  Barletta-Andria-Trani (BT)
The majestic Castel del Monte, enchanting old towns on the Adriatic sea rich of churches and castles.
  Brindisi (BR)
The “white town” of Ostuni, inland towns rich of interesting architectures, Brindisi port with ferries to Albania and Greece.
  Foggia (FG)
Gargano National Park with Tremiti islands, small medieval villages on the Apennines and relevant religious sites and itinenaries.
  Lecce (LE)
The impressive Baroque architectures of Lecce, small towns rich of festivals and tradictions, wonderful beaches and caves to explore, expenses of olive trees.
  Taranto (TA)
Historic centre and museums of Taranto, Messapian and Greek archaeological sites and many beach resorts.

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