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Barn | 2 Bedrooms | sleeps 7

Short stays welcome

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from £60 /night

£414 - £1060 / week

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Key info:

  • Nearest beach 17 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Suitable for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • May take pets – please enquire
Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, typical of the Apulian countryside among olive trees and green fields, away from the smog and chaos of the city. the pool is for the exclusive use if you take the trullo and barn  …see more

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Puglia is famous for it's traditional holiday Trilli or Trullo. The cultural influences of this area are diverse – and some villages here struggle to understand each other’s heavy dialects. Traditional costumes are still worn by the women in this isolated and almost unexplored region of Italy. It is a place to enjoy slowly, the spectacular scenery of the Matese is a mixture of snow-topped mountains, pine forests and tranquil lakes. Puglia is the south’s hidden gem, its landscape including plains, forests and dramatic cliffs. The area bears the influence of Frederick II, the man who commissioned the ‘Divine Comedy’ and who built the castles that scatter the landscape. His patronage of the arts, tolerance and sense of justice remain legendary. The architecture of this area ranges from Greek ruins to Byzantine splendour. The food here has a good reputation throughout Italy – with excellent seafood and ricotta washed down with full-bodied wine. You can visit Frederick’s capital Foggia and the Gargano peninisula. Long considered holy ground the area is home to Monte Sant’Angelo, one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Italy while nearby Bari offers a quicker pace of life with its wealthy inhabitants making their passeggiata down Corso Cavour.