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Apulia Camper sites Puglia the “heel” of Italy the South-East peninsula reaching out into the Adriatic and Ionian seas come explore camper sites campervan Italy

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Address: Località Padula, 71010 Peschici FG, Italy Phone+39 0884 962299

Parco degli Ulivi Village

Lying below the charming village of Peschici, in an enchanting setting among very old olive trees and crystal-clear sea,

In its 30 hectares it has countless camping bays with electric connections and 50 villas with all mod cons, amid greenery, 100 metres from the sea.

In addition, it provides all necessary services to spend your holiday to the best among sports fields, outdoor swimming pools and various refreshment points.

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Campo Fiera

Free stopover an the end of town near sports areas, basic facilities, good for one night


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Address: Via Campo Fiera, 71029 Troia FG, Italy ProvinceProvince of Foggia

Really wonderful little place .. 48hrs stay limit, must stay tidy, awnings not allowed, friendly locals.

In 13 countries it’s the first free stop we have found with free 220 hook-up. Drinking water, toilet and black water emptying.

Toilets were closed. Best place for shade is next to the hookup box under the tree by the water treatment area.

Some traffic but very little to disturb birdsong. The town deserves praise for such a well kept and inviting stopover with such facilities. ***** stars..

Troia (Foggia) – Borghi d’Italia

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With this new episode we return to Puglia and take you to the beautiful City of Art of Troia (Foggia). In evidence its magnificent cathedral, the other churches, the museums, the dishes, the dialect, the events and the strong vocation of its inhabitants to volunteer. Good vision!



Gallipoli – (from the Greek kalli poli, meaning beautiful city) with a Byzantine castle, a Baroque cathedral and an ancient Greek fountain.

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Address: Sp 221 Contrada L’ Ariò, 73014 Gallipoli LE, ItalyHours: Open ⋅ Closes 9PMProvinceProvince of Lecce

Phone +39 349 074 5913



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The area is very rural and traditional, and is regarded as the “garden of Italy”.
Most of the country’s wine and much of the world’s olive oil is produced here, along with oranges, lemons, cherries, and countless other fruit, nuts, vegetables, wheat and a whole range of other agricultural produce. And one should not fail to mention the rich variety of seafood available in local markets and restaurants.

The world famous Italian cuisine (as captured recently in the series by Jamie Oliver) is available in abundance and surprisingly cheaply, thanks to the wealth of produce.
It also helps that the holidaymakers from Western Europe have not yet arrived, with prices to suit!

The locals are very laid-back and friendly. In combination with hot summer sun, over 500 miles of unspoilt sandy beaches and coastline, and a generous sprinkling of mediaeval towns, villages, churches and castles, this makes for a very popular holiday destination, especially with the Italians.

Holidaying here is only just catching on with the British, due to the introduction in the last 18 months of direct daily flights by Ryanair to the regional airports of Bari and Brindisi, and twice weekly flights by British Airways to Bari.

There are numerous sites of cultural and archaeological interest, which reflects in the styles and designs of the villages, towns and cities of the region.

History and Places to Visit


The Romans, Goths, Lombards, Byzantines, Saracens, Normans, the Crusaders, French, Greeks and Spanish have all had ownership of Puglia at some point in time, and left a mark on the region.
The whitewashed buildings and towns, with narrow alleys and flights of steps that are more reminiscent of those in Greece
There are magnificent cathedrals, castles (the octagonal 11th Century Castel Del Monte of Frederick II, Bari’s 13th Century Swabian Castle) and cities with Baroque influences. The Roman amphitheatre in Lecce of 1st Centrury BC is one of the oldest remaining.

Places to Visit

Alberobello – Apulia – Italy – UNESCO World Heritage Sites video.

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Alberobello is a small town and comune in the province of Bari, in Puglia, Italy. It has about 11,000 inhabitants and is famous for its unique trulli constructions. The Trulli of Alberobello are part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites list since 1996.

Alberobello – the focal point for the trulli! Alberobello boasts the greatest number of trulli in one place, with around 1,500 nestling in the cobbled streets around the gentle hills on which the town is built.
Trulli are protected by the World Heritage Organisation. Those in Alberobello have been lived in for several hundred years up to today.
There are many shops, restaurants, a church and even hotels to be found in trulli in the town.

Brindisi – a bustling modern port, home to the 15th Century Aragones Castle and some medieval and Baroque churches. Daily ferries to Greece, Turkey and Albania.

Castellana Grotte – Piccola Grande Italia

Castellana Grotto – the largest cave complex in Italy, with dazzling white walls of pure crystals.

Ceglie Mesapica – an ancient Messapian centre lies in the old town.

Cisternino – with a pretty old town, typical of the area.

Gallipoli – (from the Greek kalli poli, meaning beautiful city) with a Byzantine castle, a Baroque cathedral and an ancient Greek fountain.

Lecce – the “Florence of the South”, described as the most beautiful city in Italy, in a Baroque style with golden stone building in quiet winding streets.

Locorotondo – arranged in a circular style, with narrow winding streets, trulli and a Gothic church

Martina Franca – another Baroque city with an interesting old town centre

Ostuni – the “white city”, with whitewashed buildings set on top of three hills overlooking the Adriatic. Many bars, restaurants and shops.

Otranto – South of Lecce, with an award winning beach, lots of restaurants and shops.

Polignano – a beautiful seaside town, north of Monopoli

Taranto – standing on a central island between two canals, with narrow winding streets, Roman ruins, an Aragonese castle, 11th Century Baroque cathedral and Doric column from the Greek temple of Poseidon.



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