The towns and villages of Puglia are similar in style to the villages of Northern Italy, but the earthier colored sandstone and marble is replaced by lighter, often whitewashed surfaces. The most obviously different architecture is found around the town of Alberobello in the Itria Valley.
Martina Franca – a labyrinth of pale marble and white walls.
Main Square – Martina Franca
Dry stone walled and conical roofed Trulli buildings of the Itria Valley
Immaculate old Fiat.
Trulli houses, Alberobello.
Well worn stairs – Alberobello
Rain in Lecce
Cruising the hills around Pisa in a Fiat 500 driven like a Ferrari – What a lot of fun.