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Centro Storico of Polignano is host to a traditional festival of San Vito that we happened to experience. The shops are charming, the restaurants are charming the walk through the historical center is a must if you are in the area. You may find a...More
The only saving grace for this town was that it was right on the ocean. There was simply nothing overly special about it when you can compare it to so many other towns in Italy that can offer so much more. It also was so...More
Polignano a Mare is a magical place. Embedded in the Adriatic Sea its sea caves and rocky peaks seem endless. The color of the sea hypnotizes. It seems not to be real. Its historic center is perfect for walking quietly for a long time and...More
The historic centre is lovely to walk around and find little corners and lovely views. We spent two days here and I would say that is plenty, given the beach is not a great swimming beach as it’s very pebbly and rocky. Still, it’s a...More
There is quite a large car park on Via Rocco Giuliani. Then a short stroll up Via Tritone to get to the old city. There is a network of one-way streets to navigate. Easiest is to go down Via Pompeo Sarnelli, turn right into... More
There is quite a large car park on Via Rocco Giuliani. Then a short stroll up Via Tritone to get to the old city. There is a network of one-way streets to navigate. Easiest is to go down Via Pompeo Sarnelli, turn right into Via Roma (one way), then left when you hit Via Rocco Giuliani. There is also parking around the station (Via Vito Cosimo Basile), leaving you with a slightly longer walk to the old town.