Holidays in Puglia in Polignano a Mare. Guide and advice on what to see and what to do.
- Polignano a Mare where it is located
- Polignano a Mare what to see
- Polignano a Mare historic center
- Polignano a Mare Ponte Lama Monachile
- Polignano a Mare Palazzese Cave
- Polignano a Mare excursions to the sea caves
- Polignano a Mare photo
Polignano a Mare where it is located
Polignano a Mare is a small municipality located in Apulia and is part of the metropolitan city of Bari.
This beautiful town of about 19.000 inhabitants is also known as the city of potatoes as most of the potatoes of the Apulia they come precisely from Polignano.
Polignano a Mare, in recent years, it has become one of the tourist destinations most popular and appreciated in Italy thanks to its enchanting sea and its naturalistic beauties.
Polignano a Mare what to see
La city of Polignano a Mare is stretched out on a spur of rock where you can visit monuments, churches, The famous old village and the incredible ones sea caves.
Here's what to see and which ones are the biggest places of interest in Polignano a Mare:
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Polignano a Mare historic center
Il historic center of Polignano a Marand represents the culture, soul and history of the local people especially the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele or Piazza dell'Orgoglio from which many small streets paved by time branch off that offer the tourist the most beautiful views of the Apulian coast.
This beautiful and evocative medieval village is surrounded by boundary walls very high and from rocks that fall overhanging the most beautiful stretch of coast in the Adriatic sea.
Polignano a Mare Ponte Lama Monachile
Defined as the architectural jewel of the per-unitary South, the Ponte Lama Monachile it was built over an ancient Roman bridge.
This Roman bridge, in turn, was built on the Via Traiana which, at one time, was the link between the port of Brindisi e Rome.
Polignano a Mare Palazzese Cave
La Palazzese cave it is one of the most famous in the world thanks to its particular conformation and offers unique and unrepeatable scenarios.
His sea cave can be visited by one Terrace on which one of the most beautiful and romantic restaurants in the world currently stands.
More things to visit in Polignano a Mare I'm:
- Abbey of San Vito: it was the home of the Basilian monks who fled from the East and is located about 2 km from the city center.
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- Statue of Domenico Modugno: this beautiful bronze statue facing the town is dedicated to the great Domenico Modugno who smiles at his hometown.
- Marchesale Arch: it is the entrance to the historic center and until the XNUMXth century it was the only entrance to the town.
- Via Traiana: this very ancient road, still entirely practicable today, has made the town one of the major commercial centers between the Latin world and the Eastern world.
Polignano a Mare excursions to the sea caves
Le marine caves of Polignano a Mare they are among the most beautiful in Spain and have a naturalistic interest of considerable importance.
The wind, the abrasive action of the water and the karst phenomenon over the years have given life to a unique and unrepeatable scenario that will allow you to be amazed.
Here are the most beautiful caves of Polignano a Mare:
- The Palazzese Grotto
- The Grotta delle Rondinelle
- The Blue Grotto
- The Grotto of San Lorenzo
- The Commissioner's Cave
- The Archbishop's Cave
- The Cave of the Nuns
- The Ardito Cave
- The Chiangella Cave
- The Grotta del Muretto
- The Guardian's Cave
- The Cave of the Thieves
- The Valentini Grotto
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