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Italy, somewhere new - recommendations please.

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I need to consult various guidebooks, but I am after ideas. I've been to Italy numerous times and love it. I've done Rome, Tuscany, Campania and Sicily quite well, and visited Lombardy (Bergamo and lake Iseo) and Venice,

I have a couple of weeks at the beginning of October, so am looking for new areas to explore. I'm assuming the North (Milan, Turin, the Veneto) would probably be getting quite cool at this time of year.
I love walking, museums, architecture. A beach location would be good, but not essential (I have swum in the Med in October in both Campania and Sicily). I have limited Italian, but normally enough to get by.

I'm thinking of Sardinia or possibly Puglia (Maybe based in Lecce) but all suggestions welcome.

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