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WhatsInPuglia is an association that promotes and encourages incoming tourism in Puglia.
we would like to support all travel agencies and tour operators in the tourism sector who wish to offer their customers the best the region Puglia has to offer to its visitors.
We offer consultancy to groups and solo travelers through a selection of itineraries, satisfying from the traditional to the active request, till the most unusual; we would also be happy to personalize for individual needs.
We aim at both tourists who visit Puglia for the first time, and at visitors who want to deepen their knowledge of our culture and tradition.
Contact us without any commitment. WhatsInPuglia will put at your service experience, knowledge and a deep passion for Italy.
Every question that comes up to your mind from the moment you heard of Puglia and considered it as your next or future destination, or once you are already here, has a professional and honest answer in us.
We can help you in six languages (English, Spanish, Dutch, German, French and Italian) and you can get in touch with us personally via WhatsApp and email.
Evy and Francesco
Recipe of the famous traditional Focaccia bread with spring onions
Traditions and gastronomy during the Holy Week
recipe of the mist famous typicals of Puglia
Organize your trip to Alberobello
Puglia is the perfect holiday destination with your animal friends. Characteristic countries, countryside and olive groves as far as the eye can see, ancient and fascinating farms and a sea that is the envy of many other regions: Puglia really offers a several landscapes and opportunities. Here are some indications to start planning your holiday… Read more about PUGLIA, the perfect region where to go with your animal friends…[…]
We live in a particular historical era, we constantly try to go back to the rediscovery of old values and what was there before when everything was still pure. For this purpose we decided to talk to you about the natural parks in Puglia. Puglia has a lot to offer from this point of view, Read more about 10 Unmissable Natural Parks in Puglia: discover which to visit…[…]
Traditional dances in Puglia
The history of Puglia region boasts an articulated past where more cultures have led to a particular geographical and architectural structure. Indigenous populations of Greek’s origins have given way to the Romans, the Goths, the Lombards and many others. Each of these populations has left important traces to their passage, not simple relics of antiques Read more about The mysterious legend of Castel del Monte[…]
With 865 km of coastline Puglia has the largest contact with the sea than any other region on the italian peninsula. With 2700 years of history the thinnest and longest region of the country is 19000 square kilometres for 4.090.266 inhabitants, 98% is plain (53%) and hill (45%), making Puglia the least mountainous region in Read more about Puglia in numbers[…]
The province of Brindisi marks the transition between the Terra di Bari and the Tavoliere di Lecce, while being already part of the Salentine peninsula. The hinterland has always been linked to the development of the capital and its maritime trade. The port of Brindisi, in fact, was important since the times of the Roman Read more about What’s in Brindisi[…]
The Holy Mountain The sanctuary of San Michele in Monte Sant’Angelo it’s a cave in which in the fifth century it’s believed has appeared the Archangel, this generated since then an intense pilgrimage. From the oldest to the most contemporary sanctuary of San Giovanni Rotondo, the city of Padre Pio, the monk whose miracle has Read more about What’s in Gargano and Daunia[…]
The Tremiti Islands are an archipelago in the Adriatic Sea, off the northern coast of Gargano in Puglia. The archipelago consists of the islands, San Domino, San Nicola, Capraia, Pianosa and some cliffs, the largest of which is the Cretaccio flanked by the rock called the Vecchia. From an administrative standpoint the archipelago is the Read more about What’s in the Tremiti Islands[…]
The old part of Lecce is enhanced by beautiful architectures and sculptures in the Baroque style, made with the local stone, known in fact as the Lecce stone which has the particularity of being easily mouldable at the time of processing and to acquire compactness with the course of time assuming warm shades of amber Read more about What’s in Lecce[…]
Southern Italy’s history is a complicated and tangled web! Puglia’s strategic position and its fertile soil made it a very attractive proposition for colonization. In reality exploitation was the reason, nevertheless conquerors fed the cultural, architectonic and gastronomic patrimony that the region showcases today. A little historical summary of how we became who we are Read more about How we became who we are today…[…]
Alberobello, a town in the province of Bari, is also known for the famous trulli, which are characteristic buildings of central and southern Puglia. The country stretches over two hills, on the hill located to the east there is the newer part of town, while on the west are aligned the trulli. This urban area Read more about What’s in Alberobello[…]