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Italy in Photos

Photos of Italy taken on Walks in the Cities Towns & Villages of Italia

Welcome to Italy in Photos, where we invite you to explore the beauty of Santa Maria Al Bagno a captivating village in Apulia: – Santa Maria Al Bagno is a picturesque village in the province of Lecce, in the southern Italian region of Apulia. It is situated on the Ionian Sea, between the towns of Gallipoli and Porto Cesareo. Santa Maria Al Bagno has a long history, dating back to the Roman times, when it was a port and a spa resort. Today, it is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its beautiful sandy beach, its clear turquoise water, and its charming historical centre. Some of the main attractions of Santa Maria Al Bagno are: – The Tower of the Galatena River, an ancient watchtower that offers a stunning view of the sea and the coast. – The Museum of Memory and Welcome, a museum that tells the story of the thousands of Jewish refugees who passed through Santa Maria Al Bagno after World War II on their way to Israel. – The Regional Natural Park of Porto Selvaggio, a protected area that covers a large part of the coast and the hinterland, with a rich biodiversity and scenic landscapes. Santa Maria Al Bagno is also a great base to explore the nearby towns and villages of the Salento area, such as Nardò, Copertino, and Galatina, where you can discover more of the Apulian culture, cuisine, and art. Santa Maria Al Bagno is a town that will enchant you with its natural beauty and its warm hospitality.

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Photo Gallery of  Walk – Via Emanuele Filiberto to Piazza Nardò
Approximately 2.35 km – 1.46 miles

The walk starts in Via Emanuele Filiberto – Via Giacomo Puccini – Via Trento – S. Maria al B. – Piazza Shalom – walk back along  S.Maria al B. to Via C Maccari – Via Michelangelo Buonarroti – Via Pietro Colletta -Via dei Basiliani – Via Giovan Battista Galvani – Piazza Nardò