In the south east of Italy, in the heel of the boot, stuck between the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, Puglia is the top agricultural region of the country. Many remnants of its rich history are still visible with its churches, medieval villages, cathedrals, castles and ancient sites ... although it still does not attract many tourists; and yet, Puglia deserves your attention. Although this region does not offer astonishingly impressive or varied scenery, it does offer charming landscape to the most curious. Plains, a few hills and fields of yellow colours as far as the eye can reach, will attract your eyesight. Olives, sunflowers and vines are the main crops.Bari and Brindisi are both lively and important ports in this region. You can reach Greece by boat.The "Florence of the South" is unquestionably Lecce, a city devoted to Baroque art. Do not hesitate to linger in this beautiful region that is still not very well known. See Bari and its historical city centre, Lecce, "the Florence of the South", devoted to Baroque art and Ostuni, a white city perched on a rocky area.The main sights of the region are Matera, classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, a city with unique troglodyte structures, and Alberobello, also classified as world heritage for its "trulli" houses with typical lauze roofs.Many creeks dotted along the Adriatic coast allow you to take a dive.