Campi Salentina (Campie in Salento dialect) is an Italian town of 10,721inhabitants in the province of Lecce, Apulia. It is located in Salento, 15 km from the provincial capital to the north-west. Since 1998, it boasts the title of City. The municipality, which borders the province of Brindisi, is part of the karst depression of Valle della Cupa. The city center is situated in a large natural basin bounded by the greenhouses of St. Elia and Madonna dell'Alto, from which it dominates the urban area. The territory is almost entirely man-made, is mainly characterized by olive groves, vineyards, sunflowers and tobacco plants.