The eastern-most point of all Italy is Otranto, a seaside town offering attractions hard to find elsewhere, including the coral hills of the Bauxite Quarry and the Deer Grotto frescos, considered to be the "Neolithic” answer to the Sistine chapel.

The Aragonese Walls enclose a historic center of great charm (recognized as the Unesco Messengers of Peace Site), where one simply has to sit down in order to enjoy fresh fish specialties while admiring a crystal-clear sea that is hard to match; the typical cuisine is inspired by the traditional flavors of times gone by and by the mainstays of the Mediterranean diet.


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