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Take a few hours to explore this quaint beach town. Gorgeous turquoise water, beach, shops, and restaurants. Fun for an afternoon to walk around and get a taste. Really enjoyed our time here, and got some fabulous photos!
Easy and cheap to get to from Bari by train from Bari Centrale station ( Sunday's can be problematic - check timetables )
Polignano has wonderful coastline views which are well worth a visit. Quite touristy at this time of year and there were a...More
It s amazing it is definitely a must see if you come to Puglia. Every corner has a little surprise, a little square with an amazing view of the sea ,a little church or a little white alleyway..... loved it.
This was the perfect place for a lunch stop or coffee break. The famous cave restaurant is unique and beautiful but not worth the prices. Many little places to find ice cream, coffee, breakfast, etc. Just wander around the two main streets that lead to...More
There would appear to be a lot of work in and around Polignano in upgrading and restoration. The place is looking magnificent and the restoration sympathetically done. Beautiful to walk around the quaint narrow streets just enjoying and exploring.
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.