Explore ancient historic towns


Our dwelling are situated in different places in the heart of the old town. On this way you can reach on foot the various interesting tourist attraction.

Alberobello is a city in Puglia, in Italy. It is known for the Trulli, white conical buildings in stone, present in hundreds in the Rione Monti hilltop district. The Trullo Sovrano of the eighteenth century is a trullo on two levels. The “Casa Pezzolla” Territory Museum displays furniture and tools that recreate life in the Trulli as it was in the past. To the south-west of the city is the Red House, an internment camp of the Second World War.

Valle d'Itria

Territory of central Puglia straddling the metropolitan city of Bari and the provinces of Brindisi and Taranto. Its territory coincides with the southern part of the Murge plateau where we can find the famous villages of Alberobello, Locorotondo, Cisternino and Martina Franca.
The main peculiarity of the valley are the trulli, the farms and the rural landscape in general characterized by the high use of local stone used to build dry stone walls and the bright red soil, typical of southern Puglia.

Cities to explore:

  • Locorotondo (about 9 km)
  • Martina Franca (about 15 Km)
  • Cisternino (about 18 Km)

Apulian country

A few miles from Alberobello you can explore the most beautiful historic villages of Puglia, where you can taste old flavors and traditions of our beloved Puglia.

Cities to explore:

  • Ostuni (about 32 Km)
  • Monopoli (about 21 Km)
  • Polignano a Mare (about 28 Km)

Beaches and Fun

But Puglia is not just history, along our coast you will find fine white beaches and a crystal clear sea where you can immerse yourself in one of the many hidden coves or equipped beaches.
Also every day you will come across festivals, events and parties that will make your holiday unforgettable.

Cities to explore:

  • Torre Canne (about 28 km)
  • Marina di Ostuni (about 40 Km)
  • Cisternino (about 26 Km)

Would you experience life in a trullo?