Monopoli is a town south of Bari, an authentic pearl of the Apulian land with crystal clear water, culture and tradition in every place; The historic center of the city is a jewel of popular architecture mixed with sumptuous religious buildings and splendid stately homes. It is Portavecchia, flanked by the city walls, which leads to the ancient part of the city, lying on the Adriatic and dominated by the Castle. The heart of the old city is the baroque Cathedral of Santa Maria della Madia, a wonderful church, home to several weddings. Also decorated this year with the blue flag, the city offers large public and private beaches, where you can enjoy the sea, eat typical Apulian food and enjoy holidays in absolute relaxation.
Its location is strategic, it is 10 minutes from Polignano, 30 minutes from Alberobello and the Castellana Caves and 40 minutes from Ostuni. Salento is also easily reachable, about an hour's drive away, and Matera, an hour and a half away by car.