This year the FAI – National Trust – opens 700 locations across Italy, often inaccessible and for the occasion exceptionally available to the public, with visits to free contribution: churches, palaces, archaeological sites, villas, villages, gardens, even barracks , hydroelectric power stations and an astronomical observatory. Leaving the house for a special event, which involves […]
A beautiful sunset at Santa Maria al Bagno, Ionian west coast of Puglia, in front of our office. The video was shot this afternoon with one of our new hi-tec toy… you will see one-hour sunset in only one-minute. Watch the video and be delighted once again from Santa Maria al Bagno, this unique fishermen […]
The beauty of Santa Maria al Bagno again in the middle of the scene. In fact, the international artist Ieva Baklane, who live and work in Canada, after seeing some pictures of her relatives regarding their holiday, got inspired by the place and painted “Santa Maria al Bagno, Italy”. The painting is for sale on the website […]
Reader’s tips: the best of Puglia Down in Puglia, the heel of Italy’s boot, readers recommend hotels and restaurants in caves, ancient towns, deserted beaches and to-die-for agriturismos. The Guardian, Saturday 11 August 2012 Island-like Gallipoli old town, Puglia, Italy. Photograph: Andrea Pistolesi/Getty Images Winning tip: Gallipoli old town You cross a narrow causeway to reach this […]
Piazza Sant’Oronzo at Christmas, Lecce, Puglia, Italy Travellers who don’t mind putting up with chilly weather could consider visiting the Puglia area of Italy during the winter, a season that offers a number of benefits for visitors, according to a tourism industry representative.Stefania Gatta, a spokeswoman for the Italian State Tourist Board, pointed out that […]
Santa Maria al Bagno, Nardò (Lecce – Puglia) Italy
This is the magnificent view that we have out our office in Santa Maria al Bagno, Nardò (Lecce – Puglia). This is splendid and very helpful especially those days when you don’t want to work, you need just to cross the road and laze in the sun or have a refreshing break? Isn’t it? This […]
“Furnieddhu” local word to describe this typical rural house made by stones, a sort of trullo.