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DISCOVER BRINDISI AND ALL ITS FANTASTIC LOCATIONS
For the Romans, Brindisi marked the end of the Appian Way; these days it’s a port city with a scenic old quarter. Tree-lined Via Roma is home to the city’s best shops and the narrow alleys of the historic centre are an explorer’s paradise. In the summer the mega-rich roll into town and moor their super-sized yachts here – have fun trying to guess who owns them! Don’t miss the fresh seafood. Fritto misto (deep-fried octopus, squid and prawns) is one of Brindisi’s specialities. If you’ve got the time, try to head further south and explore the countryside and coastline, especially the city of Lecce.
Bar Betty on Brindisi’s dockside is one of the region’s favourite spots for frozen treats. The choice of flavours on offer is staggering, and the real fruit ice creams are especially delicious – try the strawberry if you don’t believe us! They also have a great selection of pastries and cakes, which makes this the perfect spot for a leisurely breakfast. Summer or winter, whenever you visit, no trip to Italy would be complete without an ice cream.
BAIA VERDE BEACH
Mention Gallipoli to most Italians and they’ll rave about the delights of Baia Verde – and it’s no wonder, this large bay south of Gallipoli has gorgeous beaches and a sparkling turquoise sea. Choose between the packed (in summer) public beaches or exclusive private lidos with their regimented rows of loungers and umbrellas. To the south of the bay the beaches are accessed via a pine forest, which is a great place to picnic when it’s too hot to sunbathe. Stay until the evening and chill out as the sun sets behind Gallipoli’s old town.
VEG STAND AT SANT'ISIDORO MARKET
In a region where home-grown produce is exceptional, Enza and Pasquale’s vegetables are something to write home about. This retired couple farm a small strip of land outside Nardò and sell their goods every Sunday at Sant’Isidoro market. Everything they grow tastes delicious, from their enormous cauliflowers in the winter to the oddly-shaped (but delicious) courgettes in the summer. They also sell dried beans, chickpeas and wild oregano, if you fancy taking a taste of Puglia home with you. Not familiar with some of the things they sell? Enza can provide cooking instructions too.