Apulia is the most southern region of Italy and forms with its southern peninsula Salento the heel of the boot-shaped peninsula.

Geographical Location

Apulia is a region located in southern Italy, on the Adriatic coast. It is known for its unique geographical location, with a diverse landscape that ranges from golden beaches and rocky cliffs to fertile plains and rolling hills. 

Apulia is bordered by the Adriatic Sea to the east, the Ionian Sea to the southeast, and the Gulf of Taranto to the south. It is also adjacent to the regions of Basilicata to the west, Campania to the southwest, and Molise to the north. Due to its strategic location, Apulia has been a crossroads of different civilizations throughout history.

Hot summers and mild winters

The region stretches along the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea and reaches the most eastern point of Italy at the Punta Palascia near Otranto. From here, it is only 80km to the Albanian coast.


In the north, the Italian region Molise borders and in the west Campania and Basilicata. The regional capital Bari has 327,000 inhabitants and is the second largest city of Apulia. Only the provincial capital Brindisi is larger. Bari is a significant harbour and university city at the Adriatic coast.

The hot summers and mild winters favour the fertile coastal plains, which are perfect for cultivating grapes and olives.

Booking and further information 

Discover the beautiful Southern Italian region on a custom-made group tour, team event, or within a supporting program of your corporate event in Apulia! Please feel free to send us your no-obligation request via our contact form, e-mail or phone +49 611 945879-42!

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