The Telegraph: In Trulli country, where clusters of hobbit-like, whitewashed, dome-roofed houses, whose origins are anyone’s guess, create a fairy-tale landscape. Most owners are happy to give you a tour.
The Telegraph: Puglia is laced with caves which provide welcome relief from the heat. This is a spectacular, glistening example with vast canopies of stalactites. Tours of half a mile or around two miles available.
The Telegraph: A scenic coastal town set high on limestone cliffs, nearby Puglia. Despite the dreadful name the N€uro (Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II) offers a delicious meal with wine for about €15 euros each.