Apulia-Masseria FINORIO is situated among the lush hills of selva di Fasano and the stunning coastline of the chapter. Its location in the salento, is strategically next to the most beautiful places of the Valle d'Itria (Alberobello where the trulli are a major tourist attraction, receiving every year hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world., Locorotondo, is among "the most beautiful villages in Italy" and adheres to the Association "Orange flag" of the Italian Touring Club. Martina Franca, which possesses one of the most beautiful historical centres of southern Italy. By late Baroque array, the architecture of the old town is characterized by an extraordinary spread of friezes and architectures that, next to the main monuments of the era, white lanes do real art gallery in the open air. Cisternino, which in recent years has undergone a process of change in their economic structure, with a considerable growth of the tourism sector, encouraged by the adhesion of the tourist circuits common to the most beautiful villages in Italy and the jewel of Italy.Cisternino retains the traditional agricultural economy and transformation of its products; the craftsmanship is one of the areas that particularly characterizes the local economy. Ostuni is the panoramic city par excellence, each House is a belvedere, every trattoria is the Bellavista, however there is a window that looks into the plain below the olive trees that cangian color to the winds. In Ostuni the houses are white, milk and lime, are white up to hurt the eyes, are white walls, Windows, doors, stairs, everything is improbably white. In Ostuni is going to understand what it means to be away from the Sun to not want more novels, not to think of more distant voyages, here there is the fascination of all the cities of the South seas, here there is the Equator at your fingertips.Ostuni is since the 1930s the main tourist attraction of the province of Brindisi and a major tourist destination and features of Puglia. The White City is an integral part of the Itria Valley and the alto Salento. Sees a constant winter tourism in summer due to its coasts and to a historical-cultural tourism that keeps constant levels throughout the year. Dozens are hotels, B&B, restaurants, pubs. Lately boasts 5 blue flags for Legambiente the quality and cleanliness of beaches, which gives great prominence in the landscape of the tour operator.) the radiant area of primorska pugliese (Polignano a Mare, Of great naturalistic interest are its sea caves and historically important are the historical center and the remains of Roman rule. Among the latter the bridge of via Traiana, still passable, crossing Lama Monachile.By 2008, Polignano a Mare has always received the blue flag award, awarded by the Foundation for Environmental Education to European coastal resorts that meet quality criteria for bathing water parameters and service offered in relation to parameters such as cleaning the beaches and tourist landings. Monopoli, Between the coastal towns of Puglia, monopoly is one of the most active and populous ports of the Adriatic region. Its characteristic historical center of early medieval origin, on top of the remains of a wealthy inhabited fortified in Messapian 5th century BC, overlooks the sea, surrounded by high walls.Monopoly is also called the city of a hundred districts. Agro is divided into various places called contrade, whose names evoke old farmhouses gone, the presence of a farmhouse, a church or other geographical and historical references. Savelletri, Savelletri is the resort and quieter residence of the municipal territory.Here they travel on vacation several locals, baresi and martinesi, but the hamlet is populated even in winter, also has a primary school and a pharmacy, active during the summer season, located in the very centre of the village, in via Degli Scavi.In summer, as Torre Canne, every Sunday, sera is the weekly market.