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What to see

Perhaps your idea of relaxation is to wander through the bustling market of an old city in search of the ultimate fresh mozzarella and then explore Byzantine ruins or Baroque cathedrals, Whatever your choice il Melograno is a perfect destination.

Museo e Parco archeologico di Egnazia
Museum and archaeological site of Egnatia, 15km
Grotte di Castellana
Castellana Caves, the biggest and most spectacular carsick grottoes in Italy, 14 km
Alberobello capitol of the mysterious trulli, UNESCO patrimony, 18 km
Valle d’Itria
Locorotondo, Martina Franca e Cisternino, the Valle d’Itria, 30 km
Ostuni , the "white city" with its white washed dwellings, 39km
Bari,the old city, the Romanesque cathedrals, the Norman – Swabian castle, 45 km
Matera, in the neighbouring Basilicata, the underground churches and the "Sassi" the incredible urban dwelling excavated in the rock UNESCO patrimony. In 2003 it was the location of Mel Gibson’s the Passion of Christ, 73 km
Trani, the port, the historical palaces, the cathedral and the numerous examples of the pugliese – Romanesque art, 95 km
Castel del Monte
Castel del Monte, unique masterpiece of the medieval architecture built by Frederick II , UNESCO patrimony, km 103
Lecce, superb example of Baroque architecture, 109 km
Otranto, the door to the Orient with its renowned cathedral, 150 km
Parco Nazionale del Gargano
The National Park of the Gargano 214 km
Taranto, the city of the two seas, prosperous colony of the Magna Grecia, location of an important National Archaeological Museum where is possible to admire the Golds collection dating back between the IV and the I cent. B.C., 70 km
Struttura Suggerita Mc Online