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Sun, sea and historic treasures in Brindisi

You will find a number of port cities in the Italian region of Puglia. One of these is Brindisi, a lively city on the Adriatic Sea. Explore the beautiful monuments in the historic city centre and taste a plate of orecchiette, a classic pasta dish. With Transavia Holidays, you can easily book your flight, accommodation, rental car and activities. Planning the perfect holiday has never been easier!

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The architectural treasures of Brindisi

The port of Brindisi plays an important role in the Mediterranean Sea, connecting Italy with Albania and Greece. The bustling town is characterised by colourful fishing boats and lively cafés and restaurants. The most famous historic attractions include the Roman Column, the Duomo square and the Archaeological Museum. The museum displays an impressive collection of mosaics and artefacts from the Roman era.

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Relax on the beach

Brindisi is located in the heel of Italy's boot. The city is also known as the Maldives of Italy. Upon your arrival here, you will immediately understand why. The city overlooks a dazzling blue sea and has a pearly white coastline. It's easy to see why Brindisi is such a popular beach destination. The region's most famous beach is Lido Azzurro, which is approximately 18 kilometres northwest of Brindisi.

A gourmet experience

In addition to its rich history and culture, Brindisi is also famous for its outstanding cuisine. Try some fresh fish and local specialties, such as orecchiette pasta and locally produced olive oil. Brindisi also produces delicious wine. The region is home to the outstanding Primitivo and Negroamaro grape varietals. Grab a glass and treat yourself to a full-bodied wine with rich and flavourful aroma's.