Puglia is a place where food and wine is truly locavore, reflecting maturity and ease, complexity and freedom. The quality of Apulian ingredients is in the very nature of the lush region and stems from farming and fishing techniques. It is also the driest region in Italy bathed in sunshine that produces radiant fruits and vegetables with intense flavour. Discover what Slow Food is all about as we explore and meet the best in the business.You will taste the best of Puglia taking in Olive Oil producers, wineries, cheese masseria, and wonderful towns like Ostuni, Lecce, and the Salento. The farmers markets accross Puglia are great places to learn about the local produce and I visit the markets before I head out to meet the producers on their farms.
Here is a list of when and where every market takes place in Puglia. To see more markets, taste more delicous products from Puglia join us on our Food and wine tour through Puglia.
Altamura, piazza Matteotti. Mainly fruits and vegetables
Taviano, fruits, vegetables and flowers
Andria, Vieste,Lecce ,Laterza
Monopoli, piazza Vittorio Emanuele
Sant’Agata di Puglia, corso Vittorio Emanuele II
Morciano di Leuca, piazza San Giovanni,Massafra
Palo de Colle, corso Garibaldi,Manfredonia, via Scaloria,Gallipoli, viale Bari,Martina Franca, campo Boario and piazza d’Angio
Alberobello,Brindisi,Mattinata,Porto Cesareo,Grotteglie, via Marconi
Locorotondo, via Roma and corso Garibaldi,Torchiarolo,San Giovanni Rotondo, corso Nazionale,Taurisano,Faggiano, via Scandebeg
Castellana Grotte,Ceglie Messapico ,Apricena,Matino,Monteparano
Casalvecchio di Puglia