Imperial Puglia

Imperial Puglia denotes an area enclosed within the borders of the provinces of Foggia and Bari. This territory is characterized by the presense of several medieval villages perfectly preserved. The hinterland, from the Murge upland down to the Adriatic coast is a vast grassland studded with cathedrals and castles bearing witness to a land that has a long history to tell.

Towns like Trani, Barletta and Bisceglie, with their coastline dotted with watchtowers, have always been important landing points for ships sailing to the Holy Land. The shoreline of Imperial Puglia is more than 40km long, along which stretches an extremely interesting wetland, where thousands of migratory bird species chose to winter in, located right next to the salt flats of Margherita di Savoia.