Puglia Holidays & Prices

The remote heel of Italy’s boot is wild and beautiful, laced with a rich history and an influential past. And with low-coast flights to Bari and Brindisi taking under 3-hours (from the UK), this reliably sunny peninsular is begging to be explored. Travel from April through to November!

In the sun-drenched south, the earth is bleached, the hills sit low, there are swathes of olive groves, enchanting medieval towns and a glittering turquoise coastline that stretches for miles

With some of the best sandy beaches in mainland Italy, it is no surprise that Puglia is a hit with families. Beyond its crowd-pleasing qualities, there is much to enjoy off-the-beaten-track. Discover impressive Baroque towns, chalk-white villages, exquisite architecture and churches, UNESCO heritage sites and beautiful farm-to-fork cuisine. You’re spoilt for choice in Puglia!

As food and wine fanatics, we’re buzzed about Puglia’s emerging foodie scene, which is which is generating a lot of hype. And deservedly so, as their use of fresh-seasonal produce and sustainable farming is as exciting as it is progressive. You’ll find many hotels make their own olive oil too! Puglia has wonderful accommodation options, so take a look at our Where to Stay page to find the perfect place for you.

We recommend hiring a car if you want the freedom to explore and access all the hidden gems we’ve scoped out for you. Plus, you’re in for an insanely beautiful road trip as you cruise the jaw-dropping coastal roads. If you’re looking for more Puglia inspo, then we love this blog post.