Salento is the southern part of Puglia spanning both sides of the heel of Italy. The Ionian Sea on the west enjoys very calm crystal clear waters and carribbean like beaches. Along with 500 miles of coastline, paradisiacal beaches and glittering bays, the region is dotted with medieval towns, sun-baked olive groves and vineyards belonging to the Masseria that dot the countryside. The delicious home grown and cooked local food will delight both palettes and wallets especially washed down with the strong and smooth wines of Primitivo and Negroamara.
It is no wonder that this is a favourite holiday spot for Italians yet quite undiscovered by other nationalities as yet.
Marina di Pulsano enjoys one picturesque cove after another all with sparkling clear waters. Pulsano’s old town is also a treasure trove of historical sights.Things to do in Salento
“Trinity Mews flats are in a gated courtyard which is totally secure and is located just a few minutes walk from the harbour, the main shopping area, waterside cafes and buses to anywhere in Torbay.”