Gino D'Acampo visits the picturesque white city of Ostuni where he creates his version of tiramisu, Italy's most famous dessert
Gino’s journey down the stunning Adriatic coast of Italy continues in the Itria Valley, which he describes as a food lovers’ paradise.
Gino visits a masseria, or an ancient farmhouse, which has been converted into a gorgeous hotel.
He picks figs, samples the olive oil from some of the 2,000 olive trees they have and then cooks a classic pasta dish with just five ingredients – garlic, chilli, parsley, spaghetti and olive oil.
The area is also famous for its white-washed towns, none more so than the city of Ostuni, which rises up gloriously out of the olive groves.
After helping a couple of old gents paint the city walls, Gino makes them a decadent tiramisu.
Please note this programme does not air in Wales.
TV Times rating: ****