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Puglia Itinerary - too many choices

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After much reading (and salivating), our itinerary is taking shape, but I would love some input. Assume we will be visiting Puglia once. We have 13 nights and almost 14 days, flying into and out of Bari, and renting a car.

Plan A
The Gargano - 3 nights
Matera - 2 nights
Ostuni area - 4 nights
Lecce area - 4 nights

Plan B - substitute 3 nights staying at Luna di Lama near Andria instead of the Gargano.

We enjoy staying in countryside and driving around to see sites, scenery and especially to eat. For instance, we stayed in a villa between Pienza and Montepulciano and loved the charm of it and exploring nearby towns or driving around to a great lunch destination. We will probably stay in masserias if possible, except for Matera. But staying near Peschici looks great too….

Any advice from Puglia-pros greatly appreciated.

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