Lama di Luna is located on the edge of the Alta Murgia National Park in an area rich in natural beauty. Frederick II of Swabia left us several castles, one of the most beautiful being the Castel del Monte located a few kilometres from the Biomasseria. In the historical centres of Andria, Minervino, Molfetta, one gets lost in tiny streets and then comes across cathedrals towering with their bell towers. Trani captivates with its cathedral by the sea and one of the most beautiful ports in Italy. If you go a little further back in time, you reach the second, third century B.C., when Canosa was an outpost of the Roman Empire, and saw the Romans defeated at Canne della Battaglia by Hannibal. Today, vases found in Roman tombs tell us about that era. With half-day or one-day itineraries, you have the opportunity to see all these things, without straying too far from Lama di Luna.