Fasano is surrounded by large farms and century-old olive tree groves, dolmen and archeological ruins: this town unrolls its little streets among arches, white walls and little squares. The ancient walls still preserve the “Fogge” fortified Tower, which in old times, was one of the entrances to the town. Inside the ancient part of Fasano it is possible to see the Cathedral with its late- Renaissance architecture, dedicated to S. Giovanni Battista and the Baroque Church of Purgatory. Going on,it can be met with the Knight Arch, that leads to Baliale Palace, restored and headquarter of the Municipality. From Fasano’s square start two main Avenues and crossing them,wonderful XVIII and XIV century Palaces can be seen.