Category Archives: Points of interest

Photo shoot up the Monte Cornacchia

Bring your camera and climb up to the highest peak of Puglia from where you can see and capture a landscape that ranges from Gargano to Tavoliere, and from Irpinia the Maiella. From its 1,151 metres, the Monte Cornacchia dominates the Daunia mountains and its most beautiful villages: Faeto, Celle di San Vito, Castelluccio Valmaggiore,…
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The ‘Loggia of Puglia’

Sant’Agata di Puglia, called ‘The Loggia of Puglia’ or even ‘The Eavesdropper of Puglia’, is perched 800 metres high, from where you can enjoy beautiful views of the Tavoliere, Basilicata and Campania. Come here to admire the medieval village that has a characteristic pyramid shape. At its majestic peak, the Imperial Castle is waiting to…
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The water mills in Roseto Valfortore

The Roseto Valfortore area, one of the ‘most beautiful villages in Italy’, is dotted with ancient water mills - the oldest dating back to 1338 - fed by many streams from many sources. Used until a few years ago, today the mills are a great attraction for the tourists visiting these valleys. Some have been…
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The garden of Peppe Zullo

If you want to see a perfect example of the ‘new Italian cuisine’, which is so attentive to the quality of its raw materials and their religious respect in the kitchen, then you must go to see Peppe Zullo, the chef-farmer (which is how he defines himself) in Orsara di Puglia. Behind this low profile…
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