If you love nature, mountain peaks, walks in the woods, lakes, streams, wildlife in its natural habitat and abundant flora and fauna, visit mountain in Apulia. This dramatic region has a collection of 25 peaks that includes Monte Cornacchia with an elevation of 3,776 ft. and Crispniano at 3,622 ft.
The Italian mountains are not just for winter sports and skiing, there are year round activities to enjoy. Discover exciting mountain bike trails with One-Way trails and loops, fishing, climbing and hiking.
Breathe in the fresh Alpine air and taste delicious local cuisine. Fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs are plentiful. There are many festivals in towns and villages of Apulia, that provide insight into local culture and history.
Apulia has mountains of the Southern Apennine chain and some high, steep cliffs of the Gargano promontory. There is a flat plain called Tavoliere delle Puglie, which is the the second largest in Italy.
Evidence of the regions historic roots, trade between Italy and Greece, can be seen in the fascinating Archaeological Museum in the province Bari. Visit Trulli to see pre-historic domains. There are magnificent cathedrals to visit and in Lecce see baroque architecture.