Collepasso, in the hinterland of the Salento region, offers visitors a historic centre rich in precious architecture. Visitors should not miss the main Church, built in Lecce stone and local limestone called carparo. The oldest church of the village is the Church of the Holy Trinity, or Church of the Holy Spirit; dating back to 1600. Walking through the village visitors can admire other beautiful buildings, such as Palazzo Nuovo and the Clock Tower. But history and culture are not enough to illustrate the identity of this territory. Gastronomic traditions and tastes are also very important, particularly the mozzarella cheese fiordilatte, known everywhere in the region, and the other typical dairy products, such as burratine, ricotta and fresh and ages cheese.