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Puglia, the heel of Italy’s boot, is a sun-baked region that has a rich culture of simple pleasures. It’s a favoured getaway within Italy, and so gets packed out in the summer months, with Italian families filling their cars and hot-footing it here for the back-in-time hilltop and coastal towns, long sandy beaches, space to roam, and beautiful coastline, as well as the delicious rustic cuisine.
Although busy in summer, the region also bursts with life and energy in July and August, with celebrations and food festivals every night.
Whether during the school summer holidays or, with younger children during the long shoulder season (you’ll find weather in the mid-20s or above from mid-May through to early October), Puglia is the perfect place for a seaside family holiday.
Here are 10 reasons your next family holiday should be in Puglia:
1. Sandy beaches
Puglia is surrounded by powder-blue sea lapping pale cream silky sand. Outstanding beaches include the sublime 4km stretch of Torre Lapillo, an arc between two 16th-century watchtowers – the shallow tilt of the bay is ideal for families with young children. At the southernmost stiletto point of Italy’s heel is Pescoluse, known as the Maldives of Puglia, and there are some lovely beaches around Otranto, including the wild, pine tree-backed Baia dei Turchi, literally ‘bay of the Turks’. Most of the sandy beaches have free areas and private beaches where you have to pay around 20-35 per day for a couple of sunbeds and a beach umbrella. During summer these often offer the so-very-Italian, everyone-join-in exercise dance routines in the sea, which some kids will love.
Best for: anyone partial to soft sands and warm sea
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Otranto is a good base for families keen on beaches
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Best for: older kids; strong swimmers
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Polignano hosts world-class divers in the annual Red Bull Cliff contest - but there are plenty of other more modest spots for children to have a go
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Best for: toddlers to teenagers
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4. Scuba and snorkelling
The warm seas of Puglia are a good place to try diving for the first time, and kids can sample underwater exploration via short taster courses at centres such as Scuba Diving Di Levanto Stefano at Otranto, or Orca Diving at Torre Lapillo. The training that participants receive will count some way towards a full diving certificate at a later date, or older kids and teens can go on to complete the full qualification. If your kids don’t fancy this, there is superb snorkelling all around the coast’s rock formations, and great visibility.
Best for: swimming tweens and teens
5. Trulli
Curious pointed houses dot the countryside around Puglia’s bucolic, hilly central region of Valle d’Itria. These are trulli, peculiar to the region. It’s thought they were built in this way as they were easily dismantled for tax purposes. The epicentre is at the town of Alberobello, where cone-shaped houses huddle together as if gathering for a gnome convention. Children will get a kick out of these fairytale looking places, and are also likely to love the town’s myriad souvenir shops. Best of all, you can arrange to stay in one of these curious, fairytale structures – many have been converted into holiday homes in the countryside around Alberobello and the other towns of the Valle d’Itria. ?
Best for: children aged around four to 12 are most likely to get excited about these fantastical houses.
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Alberobello is at the heart of Puglia's trulli-covered region
6. Festivals
You’ll find food and music festivals to enjoy throughout the year in Puglia, though most fall in July and August. Younger children may enjoy following the brass bands that parade around town centres, and they’ll love the hustle and bustle in Italian towns after dark: the chance to browse street stalls of toys and jewellery, and to have an evening gelato. If there’s no festival on, you’re guaranteed at least a passeggiatta, when everyone gets dressed up and strolls up and down the town centre, and kids are free to run about and play. During the Italian summer, children can stay up as late as they like. Bend your own family’s bedtime rules and join in. For details of festivals, enquire at local tourist offices.
Best for: all ages
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7. Water parks
Yes, Puglia has an incredibly beautiful natural coastline, but the thrill of a splashy water park is hard to beat. There are several slide-and-pool complexes across Puglia, sure-fire winners for keeping kids of all ages delighted for a day. The best is the enormous Splash (adult/child ?20/18; ?18.30/16.50), close to Gallipoli, but there’s Acquapark Egnazia (Adult/child ?22/17) near to Monopoli as well,with plenty of slides and kids’ areas.
Best for: everyone; the Puglian sun is hot and you’ll all want to cool off ?
8. Island hopping
The Tremiti islands, off the beautiful coast of Gargano in the north of Puglia, are a rugged, rocky, archipelago edged in iridescent ribbons of sand. With fortifications that seem to grow out of the rocks, these islands have a sad history, too: they’ve served as a place of exile for more than 2,000 years. It’s incredibly exciting to hire a boat and chug out to them across the royal-blue sea, with sparks of glittering sun glancing off the waves. If you haven’t got time for a big excursion, hire a boat to explore elsewhere along coast, from towns such as Gallipoli or Otranto, or take a pedalo out from one of the beaches.

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Best for: children aged seven and up – teenagers will love the insta-glam of boating along the coast.
9. Caving
Most famous of Puglia’s honeycomb network of caves are the Grotte di Castellana (Adults/under 6s ?16/free), astonishing stalactite and stalagmite-spiked caverns that date back 90 million years and descend to a depth of 60 metres. However, these aren’t the only caves to discover along the coast. You can take a boat trip along the coast close to Santa Maria dei Leuca at the tip of the heel and swim off the boat into hidden coves, or swim from the rocks of Santa Cesarea alle Terme into water-filled caves, where the sea is cooler and a dark inky blue.
Best for: children aged from seven and up
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10. Pasta making
Puglia is famous for many foodstuffs, but especially for its handmade, local “little ears” pasta, orecchiette. You can see this being made by hand in the backstreets of Bari’s old town – the only ingredients are flour and water, like a tastier version of play dough – and children will love trying to make the little shapes by hand. Several companies and hotels offer the opportunity to take part in local cooking classes. Private lessons can be arranged via companies such as Cook in Puglia.
Best for: aged around five and up.
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It is also a curiously unpolitical work, given its source material. We may start with images of Bush and 9/11 (were they not tempted to lob a bit of Trump?) but the protest here is insular, not global. Johnny and his chums have crummy lives, then one becomes a soldier – and that’s about it. It has all the impressiveness of a sulky teenager, mad at their dad, singing an Avril Lavigne song in their room.
Against such a politically volatile backdrop – Ferguson, Dallas, Brexit, Jo Cox – a fists-clenched shout in the face of authority would have felt cathartic, but this is a party, not a protest.
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