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At the very end of the heel
The region of Apulia, which forms the "heel" of Italy, is an area that is still and still flourishing in terms of tourism. Almost 800 km of beautiful coast, jagged by cliffs and covered with sandy beaches of the Ionian Sea and the Adriatic Sea, are visited by more and more tourists every year. It is a perfect place for a vacation, both for people who love solitary trips in the wild, and for those for whom vacation is a time of family rest on the shores of the warm sea. The main city and capital of Apulia is Bari . In antiquity, the center was an important seaport, and today it is the industrial, cultural and commercial center of this part of the country. Due to the fact that tourists planning holidays in Italy are more and more willing to visit the southern areas, the regions lying along the foot and with the heel of the famous Cossack are experiencing a dynamic development. Apart from Bari, Brindisi and Lecce are also worth recommending. The first town is a port city full of life. When visiting Brindisi , it is worth remembering to visit one of the restaurants in the old part of the city and get to know, among others, "Pettuli" (fried dough stuffed with vegetables or seafood) or "Cozze racanate" (beans with clams). Lecce , on the other hand, is a mecca for those who love the baroque, but the historic sacred and secular buildings will delight not only architecture enthusiasts. The large centers of the region are beautiful and of course recommendable, but the main charm of Apulia lies in the small towns. Intimate coastal settlements and villages located in the middle of the inland have stolen the heart of many tourists. No wonder - visitors find peace here, the friendliness of the inhabitants who cultivate the best traditions and delicious regional dishes based on old recipes. Attachment to tradition is clearly visible, for example, in the way in which cultural events, festivals or the intensity of celebrating holidays are organized.