Located on the "heel" of Italy's "boot," Torre Sant'Andrea takes its name not from these natural towers, but from one built as a watchtower by humans in the 16th century, the ruins of which can still be seen.
There are many great cities to visit in Apulia, from small dreamy coastal towns to baroque centers and beach metropolises. But sometimes you just have to take some time off civilization and reconnect with nature.
Visitors can lounge on the beach, swim through weathered arches, and even dive in the cliff. This spot is on the edge of a nature reserve and you can have it for yourself at this time of year. There are beautiful walks along the top of the sandstone cliff, as well as fragrant evergreen and bracken forests. All the tourist bars and shops have shut up for the winter, so if you want a solitary swim, cycle, bird watch or walk this is the place at this time of year!
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