Exploring the surroundings

Starting from Ostuni, the White City you can visit various points of interest.


Ostuni, known as the white city, is to this day one of the most charming villages in Apulia, let yourself be carried away by its thousands of views during a long walk

Marina of Ostuni

The coastal stretch from Torre Canne to Torre San Leonardo is part of the Parco Naturale Regionale Dune Costiere, a protected area covering about 1,000 hectares along the Adriatic coast of Puglia. This nature reserve is characterized by a variety of ecosystems, including sand dunes, Mediterranean maquis and brackish bodies of water.

But with its 20 km of coastline, there are many beaches not to be missed: Torre Pozzelle, Pilone, Gorgognolo, all the way to Torre Guaceto Park , even the most discerning eye will find the perfect crystal clear sea


Valle d'itria

The Valle d'itria, with its gentle slopes dotted with ancient trulli and centuries-old olive groves, enchants every visitor with its timeless beauty, revealing a landscape that lulls between history, tradition and evocative serenity. Lose yourself in its magic between the towns of Locorotondo, Cisternino and Martina Franca

Santa Maria di Agnano

Santa Maria di Agnano, an archaeological park of great importance for the findings discovered here, which testify to the ancient human presence in this land, within the Park there is an amphitheater where you can enjoy various spectacular immersed in nature

Polignano a Mare

With its built-up area close to the sea, Polignano majestically overlooks a high cliff, providing romantic views full of poetry.

Discover this village among the most beautiful in all of Puglia, enjoying lunch at one of the excellent seafood restaurants here