How to reach Nardò and the Salento region.
How to reach us by plane, train, bus and car
Puglia is served by two airports – Bari (BRI) in the north and Brindisi (BDS) in the center (aeroportidipuglia). Brindisi offers the easiest access to Salento, the southern part of Puglia, and is closest to Nardò. It’s a 50-mile / 70 km drive to Nardò, which takes less than an hour. Bari airport is 130 miles / 190 km from Nardò and the drive does take approximately two hours.
There are plenty of direct flights from a variety of European cities to either Bari or Brindisi:
Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Eindhoven, Geneva, Hamburg, Kaunas, Krakow, London, Manchester, Munich, Paris, Prague, Sofia, Stuttgart, Warsaw, Wroclaw and Zurich.
And, of course, there is a multitude of connecting flights to get you to Puglia. A good websites for checking availabilities is Skyscanner.
Nardò’s historic center is closed to non-residents. However, you are allowed to enter the historic center for unloading your car upon arrival and loading it again upon departure.
Parking in Nardò is free. Please have a look at suitable locations to leave your car by clicking on this link. We advise you to leave your car in the streets marked in blue
Ferrovia Sud Est is the network that serves Salento and Lecce railway station is the last stop on the national train network. The ticket office in Lecce is on platform 1. Timetables and destinations can be found at: fseonline The train service operates from Monday to Saturday.
Have a safe journey!