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    Puglia is noted for its rustic hill towns and rugged Mediterranean coastline, giving it a stark beauty. Forming the heel of the Italian boot, the region has also been under the heel of a parade of conquerors over the centuries, giving it quite an eclectic collection of attractions. You can expect to see great castles, cathedrals and ruins in a range of different styles. Be sure to check out the city of Lecce – the so-called ‘Florence of the South’.

    It’s not just history you can explore in Puglia. The local dishes found at this end of the country is the rival of any further north, the beaches are among some of Italy’s most beautiful and the culture is delightful. To get the best out of the area, head out of the big cities and explore some of the beautiful countryside.

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      Basilicata is a region of stark landscapes; of rugged mountains and virgin forests, only occasionally interrupted by tiny villages and picturesque towns. Forming the instep of the boot that is Italy, the fertile land was a battleground for ancient empires for centuries but is now a charming coastal holiday destination.

      The region's many historical attractions include one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world – Matera. Once deservedly a European Capital of Culture, the city is famous for its beautiful historical quarter and the series of prehistoric cave dwellings beneath it.

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