In the area

The eastern Ionic Province offers small and big art cities, a wonderful seaside, the coast road which leads to typical sea resorts with their long thin sand beaches, surrounded by the Mediterranean scrub dunes, by unique scents and colours, but also its historical rich hinterland, noteworthy sites and fertile and productive countryside. You can alternate days of sunbathing and relax to excursions to discover this beautiful land.
It requires one day, half a day ore only a few hours, without excess ahead planning. in fact B&B Villa Boschetto is in an ideal position , it is like being already “on the way”, you can go from the beauties of Sud Barese and Brindisino to the wonders of Salento. Gallipoli Campomarino di MaruggioLeaving from Campomarino di Maruggio you can reach Gallipoli; touch the last reef in Italy near Santa Maria di Leuca; Santa Maria di leucacircumnavigate the Salentina Peninsula, going from the Ionian to the Adriatic sea all the way to Otranto, or stop in Lecce, diving into the Baroque beauty, stopping near the old shops spread through the historical center, where they work papier-mâché and Lecce stone; visit Galatina, where the Cathedral and its mosaic square will enchant you with their splendour. LecceIf you want to spend a whole day in the open air, you can visit the towns in Valle d’Itria: Martina Franca, Locorotondo, Ceglie Messapica, Cisternino and Alberobello, admiring their natural beauties made of red land fields, dry stone low walls, vineyards, and ancient olive trees and the Trulli fruit of the old local civilization. And more…. Castellana and its Caves. We recommend Ostuni in the province of Brindisi and the Safari Zoo near Fasano. Valle D'ItriaTaranto the city of the two seas, our regional capital is characterized by the famous Ponte Girevole (swing bridge), the ancient small village and by numerous archaeological sites. You can’t miss visiting the National Archaeological Museum and the Aragonese Castle, with possible guided tours to the Historical- Craft Show of the Naval Arsenal. Taranto