Between clays and Ravines
The art of ceramic, popular in the heel of Italy since centuries, is the sign of culture and tradition.
Laterza, is known not only for its strategic position between ravines and Ionic seaoltre ad essere famosa per la sua posizione strategica fra gravine e mar Ionio, but for being one of the most interesting centres of the peninsula thanks to the production of glazed ceramic and majolica.
There are many examples as proofs of the mastery of local artists, like majolics that embellish local churches.
Grottaglie differs for the types of object realizations. Infact, ceramic is known with the name of “Grottaglie’s whites” here.
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City of art, of ceramic and grapes. The caves, rich in red mud, make the production of ceramic thrive still today, making of Grottaglie a colored and impressive place.
The city rises on the top of Murgia, to the northwest of Taranto. We offer different tours, from the tourist walking with cultural interest to hikes inside the Ravine.
Lying on the Ionian Sea Gulf, this city is known as the city between Two Seas, because it extends between the Big Sea and the Little Sea. The city is rich in history and culture, in fact, its foundation dates back to 700 d.c.