Terlizzi is a town and comune in Apulia, Italy, in the province of Bari, to the west of the city of Bari, situated in the midst of a fertile plain. As of 2008, its population was some 27,400.
Terlizzi is first mentioned in a 8th century AD document, when its Lombard possessor donated the area to the Abbey of Montecassino. After the Byzantine domination, from the 11th century Trelizzi was under the influence of the counts of Giovinazzo, whose member Amico fortified both the cities.
- The Co-Cathedral of San Michle Arcangelo was built in Neo-Classicist style in the 18th-19th centuries.
- The walls and towers of the town remain, but the fosse has been turned into boulevards.