The Province of Taranto is a province of southern Apulia with 580,613 inhabitants and is partially included in the geographic region of Salento. It is part of the province including the large basin of Mar Piccolo, which overlooks the same city of Taranto.
Taranto is situated in the homonymous gulf of the Ionian Sea and extends between two seas: the Mar Grande and Mar Piccolo. It is home to a large industrial and commercial port and an arsenal of the Italian Navy, and the biggest naval station ... more
Martina Franca is located in the hills south east of the Murgia and offers stunning views of the Itria valley. The town has a rich heritage and natural beauty on it’s territory. It is known worldwide as the "city of festivals" ... more
The territory goes from the Murgia of Taranto to the Ionian Sea and offers a rich variety of landscapes. It is crossed by a series of ravines and karst blades. It is famous for it’s Carnival and lies at an altitude of 110 m above sea level ... more