The Puglia Region descends along the heel of the Italian Peninsula, with over 800 km of coastline. It is surrounded by the Adriatic and Ionian seas and is the least mountainous region of Italy, with the Daunia Mountains at the border of Campania and Molise, peaking at just over one thousand meters.
To the south west, Puglia borders Basilicata, with which it shares the Murge plateau, gentle karst hills subject to both underground and superficial erosion, such as sinkholes, ravines, canyons like Gravina di Puglia, and caves, including the famous Caves of Castellana extending about three kilometers underground. The caves with their many chambers, stalactites and stalagmites make the perfect setting to host a theatrical production based on Dante’s Inferno, called Hell in the Cave.

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