Polignano a Mare


Located on Italy’s southern Adriatic coast in the region of Puglia, Polignano a Mare is known for its white-pebble beaches, beautiful, cliff-side, white homes, incredibly turquoise waters, and more. Part of the Metropolita City of Bari, the town is home to the Ponte dei Lapilli cove, the Museum of Contemporary Art Pino Pascali, and San Vito Abbey, a 16th-century Romanesque church and tower. Drone pilot Enrico Pescantini gives us a taste of the historic and beautiful town in this short, aerial video.

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