Mottola

Mottola is an Italian town of 16,065 inhabitants in the province of Taranto in Apulia.

It is situated on one of the few reliefs from Taranto, about 386 m above sea level Commonly called the "light of the Ionian" or "of Puglia", the name she was given for its strategic location. In fact, some parts of the city, you can see the whole panorama of the Gulf of Taranto.

Mottola, located in the southern part of the Murgia, stands on a hill 387 m above sea level, close to the Ionian Sea. Its territory reaches about 70 m s.l.m. and the minimum height of 506 m s.l.m. maximum height. The municipality is bordered to the north by Walnut, north-west of Gioia del Colle, in the north-east Alberobello and Martina Franca, on the west and south-east Castellaneta Massafra, south Palagiano and Palagianello. It covers an area of 212.33 km ² which places it at number 42 on the list of Italian municipalities with the greatest territorial extent. The territory of Mottola is characterized by the presence of ravines, forests (pine or oak) and also in areas with Mediterranean scrub.

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