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A beautiful romantic town which lies almost in the middle of Bari and Brindisi just of a main... read more

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Borgobianco Spa & Resort

Five stars ? The hotel might have indeed 5 stars for the surrounding and beautiful rooms with great... read more

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ebusco
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A beautiful romantic town which lies almost in the middle of Bari and Brindisi just of a main motorway. It has a stunning old town to walk around and is full of different types of restaurants from fish to pizza. The night life was still...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Five stars ? The hotel might have indeed 5 stars for the surrounding and beautiful rooms with great beds but the people will all receive a 10/10 from us ! How friendly and helpful they were! Unbelievable. Thank you ! Also a very great plus...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Poliginano e Mare is easy to reach by Trenitalia trains from Bari. Don't visit on a Sunday as the trains do not begin until 10.05am. This means you will be there with a lot of tourists and local holiday makers. Weekdays are the quietest. Polignano...More

Thank Rasputin21
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

quaint and relaxed, perched on the cliffs overlooking the Adriatic with lots of walking streets leading here and there and numerous cafes to choose from. Charming town and worthy of a visit, tho parking is tricky near centre ville. We were here in early October...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful little seaside town with a relaxed vibe, scenic views, some nice laid back restaurants and bars, and boutique shops selling local crafts and produce, particularly ceramiche pugliese. We only planned on a flying visit before heading to Monopoli, but decided to stay for the...More

Thank Matt445
Reviewed 10 October 2018

The breathtaking old town is perched on the edge of the cliffs. At the end of the tiny narrow maze like alleys you encounter dead ends- of fabulous views of the limestone cliffs and the sea. I was fortunate to be there in October, the...More

Thank Dotlen
Reviewed 8 October 2018 via mobile

Beautiful place, lovely people glorious weather - perfection! Definitely a hidden gem of a place not known to a lot of our friends but would recommend highly !

Thank jillylaws
Reviewed 2 October 2018

Normally a picturesque small town by the coast. You can stroll along the promenade by the sea and take pictures of the cliffs which are quite magnificent. The views in itself are wonderful. The day I went to Polignano a Mare was the day of...More

Thank GeminiandLeo
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

Been coming to Puglia for the last 10+ years and while some might argue Polignano a Mare is overhyped, I’d definitely say it is worth a day trip to. It’s very pretty, amazing views out to the Adriatic Sea, lots of little streets to wander,...More

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Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

Perfect for diving. Not great beach. Photographs well but too crowded and the worst to walk on. Large rocks to gravel. Slippery and uneven. Lots of waking. Worth going if you also want to see Domenico Motugno statue. If you have lots of free time...More

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There is a Lidl nearby no problem if you have a car. Else google for "polignano a mare shopping" Else tripadvisor Shopping in Polignano a Mare‎ If you are 2 eating at a restaurant consider sharing portions, and as usual do... More
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