Along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, central in the region of Puglia and located in the Province of Bari, is the breathtakingly beautiful town of Polignano a Mare. You’ll make your way through the tiny streets leading through town to the rocky cliffs Polignano is famous for and your heart just might skip a beat.
Typically crowded during the summer months but worth making your way for a visit. Even if you’re not going to enjoy a dip in the cool waters of the Adriatic Sea, venture through the centro storico to take in the poetry written along the walls, the adorable little shops and delicious aromas floating out from the intimate cafes and restaurants.
You just might lose yourself in the side streets, buildings brightly adorned with flowers, snug little corners pop up on every turn for your viewing pleasures. There is so much to capture in these streets.
Local handmade pottery painted vibrant colors are sure to draw you into the little ceramic shops famous in this area.
And yes, that is the color of the water. The picture doesn’t do it justice in my opinion. You could be easily lulled into staying for hours just staring into the clear waters lapping against the rocks.