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Bari and Surroundings

Bari Bari is the regional capital, and is historically linked to the figure of Saint Nicholas of Myra (Santa Claus in Anglo-Saxon countries), whose relics were brought to the city in 1087. The Basilica dedicated to him, has attracted for centuries thousands of pilgrims, mostly Orthodox, dedicated to the...

Surroundings For nature lovers, a visit to the caves of Castellana is indispensable. They are approximately 1,5 km from the centre of Castellana-Grotte. They are a unique karst phenomenon that fascinates and amazes with its incredible beauty. The longest course opened to the public is 3 kilometres long and...

The Coast The coast is mostly rocky, with occasional sandy beaches, concentrated in the Polignano a Mare area. Among the most beautiful beaches are the beach of San Vito, Cala Paura and Cala Porto with their little white pebbles and public beaches: Pane e Pomodoro and Torre Quetta.

Events Important Events (dates are given for information and events are subject to change):-          Feast of Saint Nicholas:                    from May 7th to...

Transports -          Highway:                    A14 and A16;-          Train:...

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