Puglia is not only sea, trulli, olives trees, borghi (hamlets) masserie (manor farm), but also a region of art and culture, nature, with its hidden treasure. For the National Geographic Traveller Puglia “reflects what is authentic, culturally rich, sustainably minded, and superlative in the world of travel today”. Discover the abundance of nature, rocky cliffs, long stretches of natural beaches, crystal emerald sea, breathtaking landscapes, the richness of art and architecture, vibrant town centers, ancient traditions newly revisited in the region around Lecce (Salento). Live an incredible wedding day or your honeymoon in the UNESCO World Heritage village of Alberobello, experiencing amazing Trulli and Puglian heritage foods, prepared and enjoyed directly in a real Trullo-house, unique to Puglia!
Wild beaches, seriously tempting food, wine and few tourists await those who venture to Salento, the sun-kissed south of Puglia at the heel of Italy’s boot. For the Italians, Salento is sun, sea and seriously good food, fished from nearby waters and produced in the fertile pastures that supply much of the fresh contents of the country’s larders, and the increasingly admired local wines, Negroamaro, Primitivo di Manduria and Salice Salentino.
An eye-pleasing landscape of olive groves, wild beaches and clear seas, and old towns heaving with baroque buildings, Salento proved irresistible per un sunny, exclusive wedding.
This southernmost province of Puglia orffer not only the unspoilt nature, rocky cliffs, long stretches of natural beaches, crystal emerald sea, breathtaking landscapes; but also the remarkable richness of art and architecture, vibrant town centers; but also a journey across traditions and culinary adventures, like exquisite oil tastings at boutique Masserie near Lecce, or a great cheese making workshops at a historic landmarks charmingly located in the heart of the Natural Park of Porto Selvaggio.
Alberobello in Puglia is a pearl, located in the heart of Itria Valley, a rolling green valley criss-crossed by dry-stone walls, vineyards, almonds and century-old olive groves. It’s a very fascinating town, praised as one the most enigmatic and unique places of the planet.
This UNESCO’s World Heritage listed-town boasts over 1500 trulli, the distinctive whitewashed dwellings with conic slate roofs, white tipped as if dusted by snow, unique to Puglia.
The absolute highlight in Alberobello is the ‘Rione Monti’ which is home to a picturesque congregation of 1200 charming trulli, protected by UNESCO as “unique and exceptional marks of a disappeared civilization”. Here you’ll learn the fascinating story of their origin and visit trulli made into shops, restaurants, and even a church.
The magic village of Alberobello is a wondeful location for your romantic and unique wedding!