“My favorite non beach town in puglia”
Such a charming, romantic little white town with meandering alleys and narrow pedestrian only streets, flower boxes, twinkle lights. I want to see what's around every corner . Every restaurant is appealing with sidewalk tables, shabby chic decor
This place is no longer open -- it's closed and the building is for sale. We walked a few miles to get there, so were disappointed -- but needed the exercise after a delicious lunch at Evo in Alberobello.
Very nice village, the main sightseeing is the village itself. Views to valley di Itria and the vineyards. Many restaurants in the village and very nice experience to stroll Locorotondo. Go there for a stroll. Dedicate 1-2hours there.
We spent two nights in a Trulli close this beautiful town. On Palm Sunday there was a craft fair in the historic district. We enjoyed shopping the wares of local artists. The is a very beautiful village.
Beautiful setting, whitewashed houses and limestone pavements (and best of all no cars!) - worth a quick visit on your way to Polignano da Mare