Polignano a Mare

In the blue painted blue

Polignano a Mare is known for being the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. Located just 30 km away from Bari, this town is a true gem not to be missed if you are on holiday in Apulia. Famous for being the birthplace of Domenico Modugno, the beautiful town of Polignano is characterized by a crystal-clear sea and for its historical centre, rich in history and influences of past dominations. When thinking of Polignano a Mare, you immediately think of the coastline, with its jagged beaches and high cliffs that make it one of the most beautiful parts of the whole Apulian coast. Grotta Palazzese, Lama Monachile and many a hidden cove and bay make Polignano an unmissable sight for those who are keen on exploring the surroundings of Monopoli.