Between history and natural wonders
Brindisi, called "Porta d'Oriente" (eastern doorway) since the ancient times, is characterized by sandy and low coasts and a mild climate even during autumn and winter. Brindisi is full of tourist localities together with the Natural reserve of Torre Guaceto, many important thermal centres and also monuments and testimonies of ancient civilizations. It offers many attractions for adults and children, like the the biggest wildlife park in Italy that includes the zoo, the safari park, the oceanic area and the amusement park with 25 amusment rides.
A visit to the oasis of Torre Guaceto cannot be missed with its trekking and cycle paths surrounded by an emerald-green and deep-blue sea. The crystal-clear water of this area is perfect for seawatching and snorkeling while the surrounding natural landscape is the ideal place to do yoga and relax.
The flavours and tastes of Brindisi reflect those of the best apulian gastronomic tradition. In fact, this city is particularly known for the great variety of local cheese, bread, focaccia, pastries and fresh fish.SEE THE MAP