Category Archives: Routes

Immerse yourself in nature

We recommend that you begin your nature trail from the north. Lake Occhito is a large reservoir of 14 km2 where you can try your hand at fishing. Heading south, you come to the massif of Monte Cornacchia, the highest peak of Puglia (1,152 metres above sea level), where you can visit the small and…
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The journey of taste

To be able to become extraordinarily modern, the Monti Dauni cuisine has needed to do nothing more than remain as it is over the centuries. Today, the contemporary taste seeks fresh flavours, simple preparations and local ingredients. Just as it has always been done in these mountains. Pure perfection, for example, is the simplicity of…
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Following the Via Francigena

Formerly called the ‘Via Francesca’ or ‘Via Romea’, this is a route that starts in Canterbury, England, and goes through Rome, arriving in Jerusalem. Crossing the Monti Dauni, it has brought reverberations of European culture here. Already in the 13th century there are testimonies to a path that united shrines and monasteries of the Tavoliere…
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The route of the Sacred

The route starts from Troia, the Holy capital of this part of Puglia, which was strongly influenced by the passage of the pilgrims along the Via Francigena since the Middle Ages. From here you can admire the cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, built between the 11th and 12th centuries in Romanesque Puglian style, and you…
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