Alberobello or the city of the trulli was recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site for its trulli, unique architectural structures. The trulli are small circular houses with cone-shaped roof. The place is called ' largest sovereign Trullo ', built in the 18th century even is structured on two levels.
Overlooking the Itria Valley, in what is called Murgia dei Trulli Cisternino offers unique pleasures. The Tower of Porta Grande or Norman-Swabian, on top of which stands the statue of Saint Nicholas, was the main entrance to one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Cisternino is today a popular tourist centre thanks to its wine route and trulli.
The city is famous for being the gateway through which you can admire the treasures they the Puglia contains underground caves. Considered the most important Speleological complex in Italy and Europe, the caves of Castellana Grotte are particularly appreciated for the white cave, defined for wealth and alabaster whiteness, the brighter the world.
The city is located at 5 metres above sea level and so rich in fish products. Fishing, tourism and culture are combined with the hospitality that is in gastronomy, in places, buildings of particular value and prestige, in the history of Mola with the Angevin Castle shaped like a star polygon, built to guard and defend the port. Recently built the restyling of the waterfront designed by the famous architect Oriol Bohigas.