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Driving from Milan to Brindisi (April 2014)

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We will be driving from Milan to Brindisi in April, sticking to the Adriatic coast as much as possible on the way down. The return trip is undetermined both in route and duration. It will depend on how long it takes us to make the trip down. We are renting a small motor home and will have 12 days to cover the roughly 900 km. We aren't worried about how long the trip back to Milan might take as we could do that with one marathon driving session if necessary (certainly not desirable but it won't be sightseeing, simply driving back to Milan on perhaps the shortest/fastest route possible.)

We have a very tentative itinerary. Does anyone have recommendations for 'must sees' that are off the beaten path? We have spent a fair amount of time in Italy already so we don't need to hit the big spots. We have seen all the major cities and are really taking this trip to see the other parts of Italy. We want to enjoy the coast line and see the trullis and sassis in the south but otherwise we are free to plan.

I look forward to your suggestions.

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