What you need to know before traveling to Taranto

The province of Taranto is located in the southern Italian region of Apulia, or Puglia in Italian; its southern border is bathed by the Ionian Sea. Towns along the coastline, like Pulsano, are very popular with tourists for their beautiful beaches and clear waters. Pulsano attractions include a spectacular view of the sunset over the Ionian Sea. Besides seaside entertainment, though, the antiquity of the province assures tourists the presence of important historical and artistic monuments. Check out the capital of the province, also called Taranto, which was founded in 706 BC and which today celebrates its cultural heritage with numerous festivals, including re-enactments of important historical events. Sights in Taranto include the Greco-Roman necropolis and the De Beaumont Bonelli Bellacicco Hypogeum, where visitors can view fossils dating to 65 million years ago, as well as artistic influences of Greek, Byzantine and Medieval origin. If you’re looking for some quality beach time coupled with some culture for a weekend, Taranto could be just what you need.

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