4 Hotels in Barletta, Italy
Barletta is located along the Apulia coastline of the Adriatic sea, by the Ofanto river on the gulf of Manfredonia.
This beautiful town is historically famous for the defeat of Barletta in February 1503, the fight between thirteen French and thirteen Italian knights during the French-Spaniard battle for the conquest of South Italy, in the nearby Andria neighbor.
Barletta preserves the beautiful church of Santo Sepolcro and the Colossus, a huge statue in bronze situated near the church, representing a roman emperor, the cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore, the churches of Sant'Andrea and Sant'Agostino.
Of grat value are also the Swebian Castle that was erected from Frederic II, the Civic Museum that boasts a rich pinacoteca and its beautiful historical palaces.
Barletta has a port for fishing and commercial activities and is the greater market for Apulia wines with the production of the red Baresano, a blending wine.
In the territory of Barletta cereals, olive oil, firstlings vegetables and almonds are produced.
Barletta is an important railway node and a sunny seaside resort that proposes good accommodations structures, optimal restaurants and sport activities.
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Longitude:16° 97' 0'' E (16.283333)