Here’s a peek at my top choices for the most beautiful places to visit in southern Italy.
Castello Normanno-Svevo was the place of royal parties in its heyday.
Overshadowed by neighboring Pompeii, the ancient Roman seaside town of Herculaneum tells another story as “the other Pompeii.”
Wandering through Pompeii’s ghostly ruins triggered my imagination. What remained of Roman columns, cobbled streets and stone buildings – weathered by time -were clearly…
On a small headland that reaches out into the Adriatic Sea, south of where Bari’s port docks ferries and cruise…
Perched on the edge of a craggy ravine on southern Italy’s coast, you’ll find the incredibly scenic village called Polignano a Mare.
Alberobello’s small lanes are lined with cone shaped homes. It’s an eye-catching southern Italian village that will have you wondering how and why such structures were built.
A Sassi cave stay is a traditional experience you can only have in Matera, an ancient southern Italian city built into a rocky plateau.
Visit Matera and you will feel like you’ve been transported back to biblical times. This atmospheric cave town, carved into a canyon, sits on a chalky plateau – a place that is quickly surging as a destination to experience.