Itinerary Andria – Trani – Barletta e Canosa
About 60km the full Tavoliere along the roads connecting the municipalities of Trani Barletta, Andria, Canosa, Cerignola and Orta Nova. The “Granaio d’Italia”, a generous land, from wheat, to tomatoes, to wine.
It is one of the richest areas of tradition from an enogastronomic point of view. Castles, churches and palaces contain the memory of capital events: the Battle of Cannae, the Swabian domination or the Challenge of Barletta, just to mention the most important events.
To Visit to Andria: the Cathedral (XIISec.), The Duomo (1198), the Palazzo Ceci, the Ducal Palace, the Episcopal Palace with inside the Diocesan Museum, the Church of Sant’Agostino , the Clock Tower.
To Visit to Trani: the Cathedral, the Swabian Castle (XIIsec.), The Villa Comunale, the Monastery and the Church of Santa Maria di Colonna, the Tourist Port, the sacred aedicules scattered in the alleys of the center historian.
To visit to Barletta: The Swabian Castle, the Curci Theater, the Colossus, the Cellar of the Disfida di Barletta and a few km from the town, Canne della Battaglia.
To Visit to Canosa: the Cathedral of San Sabino (1080), the Castle (XI sec), the Civic Museum, with finds from the Greek Roman age, the necropolis and the Hagia Sophia, The Basilica of San Leucio, the archaeological complex of the Baptistery of San Giovann (6th century)
To visit to Cerignola: the Cathedral, the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, the Church of Carmine (XII century), the Church of the Eternal Father and the Coccia-Cirillo Palace.
To Visit to Orta Nova: the Castle, rearranged by Frederick II, around which stood the ancient village and the remains of an ancient chapel erected in honor of the founder of the Jesuit order, Ignazio di Loyola.