In the Middle Ages there were those who went on pilgrimage to Rome to pray on the tomb of the Apostle Peter, and those who continued to the port of Brindisi to embark on the journey to the Holy Land. They followed what we know today as the “Via Francigena”, one of the many paths … Continue reading
Santa Maria di Leuca, here is the most extreme point of the Salento peninsula. That strip of land bathed by the two seas, the Ionian and the Adriatic, where everything ends. Or begins. It depends on which perspective you explore it from, whether from the lighthouse – with the view that opens to the horizon … Continue reading
It is called Florence of the South, but is also known as the Lady of Baroque. Two names that over the years have allowed the city of Lecce to conquer the scene as a jewel of history, art, culture and tradition that you can enjoy all year round and not only in short summer stays… Continue reading
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