A "unique city", already in the name. In fact, this is the meaning of the Greek name "Monos-polis", from which the current Monopoli derives.
Visiting it will make you discover all its beauties.
An economic and cultural center from ancient times, it was one of the main marine centers of the era in the Middle Ages.
Various dominations of which the city bears the signs, from the Byzantines, to the Normans, to the Spaniards who have the magnificent Aragonese Castle, so desired by Charles V.
In addition to the charming old town, it is interesting to visit the enchanting Romanesque church dedicated to Santa Maria Amalfitana and the splendid Cathedral dedicated to the Madonna della Madia.
Do not miss the Palazzo Vescovile, the Church of Santo Stefano, founded in the year one thousand and the Renaissance Church dedicated to San Domenico.
The Diocesan Museum and the Cathedral Basilica are also very interesting. In the city there is also a picturesque main port, while the surroundings are dotted with several bathing establishments. The coast of Monopoli stretches for over 13 km and alternates from the high jagged cliffs to the enchanting sandy coves.
History, art, architecture, ecology, sport, entertainment ... nothing is missing.
HISTORICAL CENTER OF MONOPOLI
The historic center with its alleys that take you for a walk through squares and churches, passing through the many rooms until you reach the promenade and the walls until you reach Porta Vecchia where you can dive into the clear waters
An enchanting and singular coast, a crystalline and rich sea. The marina, about 13 kilometers long, is a succession of white beaches and quiet coves.
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