Puglia was primarily a farming region and its character today still reflects its relatively agricultural past. The countryside from the ancient Forest of Umbria to the sunny Salento, is a source of food, wealth and culture. A popular choice for summer holidays and ideal for diving and snorkeling is Santa Maria di Leuca, the lowest part of the heel of Italy’s boot. Its endless beauty reaches to the nearby beaches of Felloniche, Posto Vecchio, Torre Vado and Pescoluse, places that are suitable for family fishing trips, offering unique experiences for all ages.
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