Sun, sea and wind

A short linguistic guide for tourists in Salento Visitors who come here, to the tip of the Italian peninsula, discover that the locals speak a unique and fascinating dialect which carries within itself traces of the long history of the region. Colonization by the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Lombards, Bourbons, etc.... Continue reading

The Pizzica

A Magical, Fun Dance Typical of Salento Salento is a cultural unity before geographical or economic, and as such retains its own unique customs and traditions, something that a tourist on holiday notices immediately and falls in love with: the Salentine hospitality, the smile, the stories, customs, music, and dance.... Continue reading

Ode to the frisa

From Salento with love to winning over the world! Today we are talking about a special culinary product: a frisa (plural: frise), or frisella or frisedda is a baked good which is hard like bruschetta but in a ring shape like a tarallo. It is made with wheat flour and... Continue reading

Holidays in Salento

Nardò, a city rich in history and representative of Lecce’s Baroque architecture If you’re thinking of booking a holiday in Salento, you're probably collecting information and reviews on the various attractions, about the places to visit and the most beautiful beaches. We would love to welcome you to Santa Maria... Continue reading