Apulia-Ostuni is the panoramic city par excellence, each House is a belvedere, every trattoria is the Bellavista, however there is a window that looks into the plain below the olive trees that cangian color to the winds. In Ostuni the houses are white, milk and lime, are white up to hurt the eyes, are white walls, Windows, doors, stairs, everything is improbably white.In Ostuni is going to understand what it means to be away from the Sun. not want more novels, not to think of more distant voyages, here there is the fascination of all the cities of the South seas, here there is the Equator at your fingertips. Ostuni is situated on three hills at an elevation of 218 metres s.l.m ... It is located 8 km from the Adriatic coast in upper Salento. Murgia, South eastern edge lies the town, is a karst area formed mainly by limestones place approximately. It is therefore an area quite barren and devoid of watercourses: the so-called "lame", a seasonal torrent beds from shallow ruts and steep walls. Geological characteristic of the territory are the "gravine", of karst ravines.Ostuni is since the 1930s the main tourist attraction of the province of Brindisi and a major tourist destination and features of Puglia. The White City is an integral part of the Itria Valley and the alto Salento. Sees a constant winter tourism in summer due to its coasts and to a historical-cultural tourism that keeps constant levels throughout the year. Dozens are hotels, B&B, restaurants, pubs. Lately boasts 5 blue flags for Legambiente the quality and cleanliness of beaches, which gives great prominence in the landscape of tour operators. Like all tourist towns, the bending of admissions begins with the last day of the Patron Saint around August 27 with the tourists ' turn over until mid-September.Noble palace built by the family Dearest in XVII cent. (L. GRECO, historical notes on another important Palaces in the shield 12/18/1993) located in the Centre of Ostuni (BR), close to the Town Hall Square (piazza Sant'Oronzo) and not far away (500 m) from the main commercial area (Viale Pula). Dear Palace dominates with mighty architectural structure, a late 16th-century training district, said in the past the area of pollisco (the Hague of pollisco-term not interpretable) and from the 17th century the chjanga of the hours (the Laurel stone). Throughout the 19th century the Palace was the most significant emergency in the ward that was gradually spreading southwards, occupying land planted with vegetables (gardens) of ecclesiastical property. From off the streets led out Dear is called the Dear, Dear Dear II, III). The scholar Luigi Greco considers that the building has been partly built by sculptor and master builder Joseph Manasse in 1744 (l. GRECO, the portals of the old town of Ostuni, Fasano di Puglia 1995, p. 54) and that it invokes in the elements of the facade, the Palace of the Dukes of Martina Franca, a city where the Manasse' worked in the collegiata di San Martino. The architectural structure is divided into two orders of pilasters with capitals decorated with swirls in the lower floor and the upper composite. Starting from the left side of the block, bounded by twin pilasters, three large adjoining lodges, within which are located not centralized boxes. The other two upper sections divided by pilaster strips contain non-aligned Windows, closed by a small balcony with railing. Below these, in the lower floor, window panes appear by mistilinee definitely rocaille frames flexible, decentralised themselves compared to the balcony above. The right corner of the building appears blunt and enclosed by pilasters, which develop in the upper order a plinth well highlighted with respect to the wall facing. The portal is framed by an entablature Regents columns at the base of the upper balcony, determining a slight advancement.