This Italian town was originally founded by the Greeks and then taken over by the Romans in 306 BC during the 3rd Samnite War; later to be ruled by North African Muslims. Mario Tozzi in his book Italian Secret, mentions Gravina and the hidden treasure beneath (underground caves).
Sights to explore in Gravina:
- The scenic view for one is absolutely breathtaking. Spend a while just appreciating the picturesque landscape.
- Museum Museo Pomarici – Santomasi.
- Museum Diocesasno di Arte Sacra.
- Parco Nazionale dell'Alta Murgia, Nature Park.
- Gravina Sotterranea, stunning caves underneath the city.
- Cathedral of Gravina, built in 13th Century and which houses the relics of Archbishop Thomas Becket and Bishop Roberto.
- The San Francesco church.
- Church of Sant'Agostino, showcasing interesting murals.
- Church of Madonna delle Grazie displaying baroque art.
- Many more churches carved out of a special tuff rock.
Gravina Di Puglia Travel Tips
- Carry walking shoes.
- Carry enough change for admission charges. They are not more than a few Euros for each place.
- Don’t forget to sample Pallone di Gravina, a special firm cheese made from cow milk.
- Mamma Mia
- Cioccolateria Delice di Lombardi V
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13.29% of people who visit Bari include Gravina Di Puglia in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
40.82% of people start their Gravina Di Puglia visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 7 Hrs to see Gravina Di Puglia
92.96% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gravina Di Puglia