Despite being conquered by the Ancient Greeks, settled by the Romans and held variously by Goths, Lombards, Byzantines, Turks and even the French, Puglia, the “heel” of Italy, feels remarkably undiscovered.
The beaches are far from crowded, the towns and villages mostly unspoilt, and the locals – or Apulians – relaxed and easygoing.
From London: 2 hours 45 minutes
GMT +1 hour
Not Applicable for EU Citizens
The climate in Puglia is generally warm, dry and sunny in April/May and again in October with the chance of an occasional shower and cool evenings. By June the weather settles in a pattern of long hot sunny days and balmy evenings especially in July and August when it can get a bit humid. June and September are probably the best months.
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