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Puglia embodies the essence of pure Mediterranean for its monumental simplicity.
Foreigners are just a simply anecdote in this southeastern region of Italy whose most important symbol is the Salento peninsula, the popular "boot heel".
It seems for its authenticity that Italians have kept in secret this territory, which ranges between rural and sea, between the homemade stew and fresh fish served without dressing, between the sandy beaches of the Ionian Sea and the rugged Adriatic coast.Tourism is very developed thanks to beautiful beaches like Gargano, Tremiti Islands and Salento. Must be underlined the architectural uniqueness of the Itria Valley, the importance of Bari and the Fiera del Levante (Levante Fair) for business. In addition, the region is rich in an ancient legacy given by people who lived there in the past, like the farmers who have built the “trulli” five centuries ago.


Manduria is a city and comune of Apulia, Italy, in the province of Taranto. With c. 32,000 inhabitants (2013), it is located 35 kilometres (22 mi) east of Taranto, and 14 kilometres (9 mi) north of the coast.

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