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Apulia or Puglia is a region in southern Italy. The southern part of Puglia makes up the high heel in the famous ‘boot of Italy. The region has an area of 19,345 square kilometers and a population of 4.1 million. Puglia is the richest archaeological location in Italy. There are several Romanesque churches and castles that are a treat to watch. Several important cathedrals along the region make it an important venue of religious pilgrimage. Many religious festivals are also celebrated across Puglia annually. It also has an untouched coast line of almost 850 kilometers. This coast line is adorned with white sand beaches and steep cliffs. There are many natural parks and protected areas that are breeding grounds of several exotic species. The beaches and resorts of Puglia are a holidaymaker’s paradise. Puglia is a delicate fusion of old and modern. Region’s landscape is unique and breathtaking with long sandy beaches and stunning hilltop towns. Puglia is a first ballot diving destination. The best place for scuba diving is the Tremiti Archipelago, a group of five tiny islands that are a part of Gargano National Park. This nature reserve is teeming with a very diverse marine life. The underwater caves and coves add to the beauty of landscape. There are also many wrecks in the waters. The best and most visited is a Roman ship wreck that lies near San Domino at a depth of 24 meters. A local holiday spot until recently, Puglia is fast becoming a global attraction.