Puglia is still relatively unknown to the outside world. With the help of our brilliant guides and drivers, it is a glorious place to discover all year round. Whether exploring the hidden coves and fishing villages along the coastline in ‘Angelica’, a beautiful wooden sailing boat, to visiting some of the artisans of Grottaglie who make the most exquisite ceramics, we know the right people to show you around. Although the area is not as rich in impressive palaces and villas as the north of Italy, the owners of some extraordinary homes are willing to open their doors and welcome our clients. Architectural jewels include a former monastery built onto the rocks near Monopoli and a countryside retreat created from a series of trullo houses.

The food of Puglia is some of the best in all Italy. We can show you where little old ladies thumb orecchiette pasta from their front doors in Bari, the shack outside Savelletri that sells sea urchins straight off the boats and which butcher to go to in Cisternino for the most mouth-watering grilled meats. Due to the huge love we all have for this little-known region and the regular visits we make through the year, we always have new and exciting places to suggest to our clients.