An old Centro Storico (Historical Centre) with architecture typical of the region,
containing white-washed, stone buildings with cool, shaded, cave-like interiors, narrow streets and churches. The town also features several community squares, each of which is built on the edge of the hill allowing for some spectacular landscapes. It is famed for its cuisine with many restaurants
serving local specialities of pastas and meats.
The "Old Town" is Ostuni's citadel built on top of a hill and still fortified by the ancient walls.
Ostuni is commonly referred to as "the White Town" (La Città Bianca in Italian) for its white walls and its typically white-painted architecture. Monuments in their own right, the town's largest buildings are the Ostuni Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace, together with a number of palazzi
of local aristocratic families.
Riccardo Caffe stands out among the many interesting dining and drinking
establishments in Ostuni.
A particularly beautiful old town surrounded by stone walls with prominent Baroque gates leading to piazzas and narrow, winding streets. Piazza Roma is the largest square in the old town facing the 17th century Palazzo Ducale.
The town is known for the annual summer opera festival, the Festival della Valle d'Itria, as well as having an array of good restaurants and wonderful shopping.
The city is known for its wines and for its circular structure which is now a historical centre, from which derives its name, which means "Round place".
POLIGNANO A MARE
Crystal clear waters and cliffs pitted with caves carved by the sea give Polignano a Mare its uniqueness.
A small town, also known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,”.