The city of Brindisi, known since antiquity as the "Gateway to the East", became the place of collision for the Roman troops and then to the merchants of the Republic of Venice. A port in Puglia, which even now maintains important tourist and commercial links and the Netherlands overseas territories.
The coast is low and sandy along the entire coast, favored by a specially mild climate that favors the continuation of the same holiday in the autumn months. Beautiful tourist destinations, a naturalistic areas and major spas comprise the tourist offer of this part of the coast of Brindisi, which houses many ancient eras testimony.
Most of the hinterland is occupied by Murgia, which in the northern zone, blend with the Itria Valley, also known as the land of the trulli. Cultivated fields alternate creating a mosaic of colors with large expanses of olive groves, vineyards and orchards, interspersed only by roads and sporadic clearings. Ancient villages dominated by fortresses and watchtowers tell the story related to Frederick II of Swabia and Angevine domination, in addition Messapians evidence of prehistory.