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Sicily or Puglia 2+ weeks March 2018?

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We are thinking of 2+ weeks in either Sicily or Puglia next March, leaving mid-March returning March 31, probably 18 days which includes fly days.

We have been to Siracusa/Ortigia and loved it, so we have thought of exploring the rest of the Island. We have also heard that Puglia is amazing.

We will have a car, enjoy driving back roads, like to find pretty small villages/towns in addition to staying at some of the more popular/larger towns. Like to stay in one place for 3-4 days as a base.

We don't care about beaches and swimming (probably obvious since we're going in March!) unless they are beautiful natural sites with walking.

I'm having a little bit of a hard time deciding if we would like Puglia. If I load Google Images of Sicily and Puglia, Sicily looks more mountainous (which we like) cliffs like Amalfi Coast (which we like) and more UNESCO world heritage sites.

Puglia looks quite flat, lots of beaches, a little stark?

Also, would we have more difficulty in either area with Restaurants etc being closed?

So, would love some fans of both areas to weigh in!

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