Monopoli

Monopoli is an Italian town of 48 776 inhabitants in the province of Bari, in Puglia. It is located 43 km south-east of the capital.

Between the coastal towns of Apulia, Monopoli is one of the busiest ports and populous region of the Adriatic. Its quaint old town of medieval origin, superimposed on the ruins of a fortified town messapico early as the fifth century BC, overlooking the sea, surrounded by high walls.

Monopoli is also known as the city of a hundred lands. The countryside is in fact divided into various places named districts, whose place names evoke old houses disappeared, the presence of a farm, a church or other historical and geographical references.

The town of Monopoli is 9 meters s.l.m. along the Adriatic coast, 43 km south of Bari, in the geographical area of the Land of Bari. It covers an area of 156 km ² and its territory is made ​​up of a flat coastal strip, known as marine, rising quickly to the hills of the Murgia until reaching a maximum altitude of 408 meters, the area of the mountains Carbonara (district Aratico).

The coast, nearly 15 km long, is low and indented with more than 25 beautiful coves and wide sandy beaches is particularly suitable for swimming and exploring the underwater life.

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