This village is located at the southernmost end of the region Apulia, where the Adriatic and the Ionic Sea meet in a spectacular embrace. Castrignano del Capo tells a story of sea and spirituality. It’s known for its coastline, where nature has wisely created landing spots and caves. Its territory is in part included in the Park Costa Otranto - Santa Maria di Leuca e Bosco di Tricase. Here, nature and the sea entwine in a never-ending dance, but the heart of the village is also I its religious faith: Santa Maria di Leuca is the destination of pilgrimages to the Shrine of Our Lady Finibus Terrar – the end of the earth, since this was the farthest bend of the Roman Empire of the West, the very last piece of land stretching into the sea.