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General information about Puglia

The weather and climate in Puglia

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Puglia boasts a wonderful Mediterranean climate that makes it an excellent holiday destination for most of the year.

The spring comes early and is generally warm and sunny, with temperatures rising to the early twenties by the end of April.

The summer is long, hot and dry and lasts from the end May through to the end of September. Temperatures typically rise to around the 30°C mark in July and August, with the occasional hotter week here and there. The sea warms up wonderfully to the mid 20s, making swimming and bathing greatly pleasurable. Puglia's glorious beaches come alive!

The autumn, signalled by the arrival of October and November, remains generally warm with temperatures only really dropping out of the 20s towards the beginning of December.

The winter months can be a little rainy but are generally mild, with average temperatures around the 12-15 °C mark.

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 The crystalline waters of the Laghi Alimini coastline.  Alberolbello's fascinating trulli centre.  Our villa Lo Scoglio seen from the little harbour of Marina di Novaglie.  A momument recording the sacrifice of Otrano's Martyrs.  Sublime artistry on the facade of Lecce's cathedral.  The impressive fortified walls of Gallipoli's island centre.  intricate baroque detailing on one of Gallipoli's many lovely churches.  Gallipoli has a thriving fish market and lots of great fish restaurants.  A typical trullo with its conical limestone-tiled roof.  Taking it easy in Puglia!  The lovely town of Ostuni.  A rocky stretch of coastline in southeastern Puglia.  The facade of Otranot's lovely cathedral.  A lovely square in Cisternino in the summer.  Illuminations in Bari for the Festa di San Nicola.  Marina di Pescoluse is a heaven for beach lovers.  Coming in to port after a day out on the Adriatic.  The imposing Basilica di San Nicola in Bari.  Polignano's residents love their beach and so do we!  Looking from one beach to another in Otranto.  A curious giraffe at Fasanolandia Zoo Safari.  The fantastic sandy beach of Marina di Salve in south-west Puglia.  Inviting waters south of Gallipoli.  Beautiful Locorotondo with the Chiesa Madre towering above.  Beautiful colours on Puglia's Ionian coast.  A lovely street in Monopoli.  Looking out to sea in Otanto.  A street of cummerse, Locorotondo's typical houses.  Sunset in the deep south of Puglia!  The Festa di San Nicola takes place in Bari on 7th and 8th May.  Local ladies in Alberobello entertaining visitors with a tarantella!  The lovely town of Leuca.  Cisternino's lovely main piazza with its al fresco restaurants.  Watching the dolphins fly at Fasanolandia Zoo Safari.  One of the lovely streets of Alberobello.  One of the extraordinary Liberty villas in Leuca.  An atmospheric Locorotondo!  A relic of Epiphany hanging in the streets of Locorotondo.