Puglia, Basilicata, and Calabria Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Puglia, Basilicata, and Calabria - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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San Domenico

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Taranto's most important monument is the ancient church and monastery of San Domenico in the heart of the centro storico. Situated on...

San Giovanni Battista

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Considered a jewel of medieval architecture, the 13th-century Romanesque church of San Giovanni Battista was restored to its pre-Baroque...

Santa Croce

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Although Lecce was founded before the time of the ancient Greeks, it's often associated with the term Barocco leccese, the result of...

Santa Maria dell'Isola

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The sanctuary of Santa Maria dell'Isola is the symbol of Tropea, and it is easy to see why. Perched high on a rocky promotory and accessible...

Santuario di Hera Lacinia

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The Sanctuary of Hera Lacinia was once one of the most important shrines of Magna Graecia. Only one column still remains standing, but...

Santuario di San Michele

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Pilgrims have flocked to the mountain community of Monte Sant'Angelo for nearly 1,500 years—among them St. Francis of Assisi and crusaders...

Sassi di Matera

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Matera's Sassi are rock-hewn dwellings piled chaotically atop one another, strewn across the sides of a steep ravine. Some date from...

Trullo Sovrano

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Alberobello's largest trullo, the 18th-century Trullo Sovrano, is up the hill through the trulli zone (head up Corso Vittorio Emanuele...

Via Sinagoga

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In the 12th century one of the largest Jewish communities in southern Italy flourished here, and on Via Sinagoga two of the four synagogues...

Via Sparano

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By day, you can lose yourself in the maze of white alleyways in Bari Vecchia, the old town stretching along the harbor, now humming with...


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