Tag Archive: Puglia

Moving to Italy as a Single Person

When Julia, from Italy Property Guides, asked me if I’d like to take part in her article regarding single people who are thinking of moving to Italy, I was keen to share my… Continue reading

Cisternino and Locorotondo

Cisternino and Locorotondo are two of the most beautiful whitewashed, hilltop cities in Puglia. Off the radar of many tourists, who generally head to Ostuni , theses two quaint little towns offer something… Continue reading

Ostuni

Ostuni, la Città Bianca (The White City) is an absolute, must go to place if visiting Puglia. Its whitewashed windy streets are reminiscent of many Greek towns because it was once occupied by… Continue reading

Not your average ‘Wine Tour’

  What do you look for when visiting a foreign country? Do you want to get to know the local cultural? Sample the local food? Taste the local wine? And meet local people… Continue reading

Day of the Dead

We’ve all heard of Halloween and the scary stories surrounding this day which takes place on 31st October. Kids (and some adults!) dress-up in fancy dress costumes, go trick-or-treating, carve lanterns out of pumpkins… Continue reading

High life to paradise: From NYC a place that never sleeps to Puglia, a piccola paradise.

Here’s Martin Markovitz’s account of his life changing decision to move to Puglia. Thanks for sharing your story with Puglian Pleasures Martin. One year ago today, Jeanne and I stepped off the plane… Continue reading

Chocolate & Wine: Why not!!!

It’s no big secret that I’m a big fan of wine but my other passion is chocolate and my absolute favourite is Lindor truffles by Lindt. So, when I heard that Cioccolateria Carone… Continue reading

Friends, food and wine…….. What’s not to like!

Come and join us for an evening of fun with friends, whilst sampling the award winning wines from La Pruina at the very stylish bar in the historic centre of Ostuni; Evò! 30th… Continue reading

Pizzica in the Piazza: 22nd September 2016

Come and join us for a fabulous evening at Corso Vittorio Veneto, San Michele Salentino for ‘Pizzica in the Piazza’ from 9pm onwards. Summer is drawing to an end but we’re not letting… Continue reading

Cultural Differences: Italian v English

Being a British expat living ‘la dolce vita’ in Italy, I see many cultural differences between the two countries, so I thought I’d share some of my observations with you! When an Italian… Continue reading