Trulli Borgo Canale
Trullo | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 9
The main attraction of the the property is the building itself. The attraction of the area is the splendid hill upon which the trullo is situated, with wonderful views of the sea at 10km away. 10-15km in all directions can be found many wonderful places to visit: Alberobello, Castellana Grotte, Ostuni, Polignano a Mare, Putignano, Alberobello, Cisternino, Monopoli, Locorotondo.
The closest restaurant and supermarket are about 10 metres from the house. there are shops in the centre of Fasano about 4km away.
There is a veranda and private garden.
Trulli for 5 people: 2 bedrooms in Trulli, Trullo in the dining room, fully equipped kitchen, 1 bathroom with tub and shower, wine cellar. Veranda with table chairs and BBQ, free parking. Small garden.
Trulli for 7 people: 3 bedrooms, two in Trulli, Trullo in the dining room, fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms, cellar. Veranda with table chairs and BBQ, free parking.
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Savelletri 10 km|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Brindisi Papola 50 km, Nearest railway: Fasano 7 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (3), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 7, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Space is used to its fullest in the trullo. The alcoves and little corners of stone are very typical. You will also find a stone sculpture of Aphrodite.
|Further details outdoors|
The 24 metre covered veranda looks out onto a 100 metre private garden and parking for 2 cars. On the veranda there is a table (bespoke table locally made) and 6 chairs. There is also a barbecue.
Security deposit (to be refunded at the end of the stay) EUR 250 with credit card.
Please be sure to leave the house in good condition.
Final cleaning mandatory EUR 50.
Intermediate cleaning mandatory for stay more than one week.
The Puglia/Molise region
Immersed in a natural environment to live and experience a day of exotic surprises and faunal education, the SAFARI PARK is the largest park in Europe with the greatest number of species. It stretches over 140 hectares covered by maquis at the feet of Fasano woody hills, one of the most beautiful places of Apulia, just 7 Km from a wonderful sea.
The park was opened on 25 July 1973, and has progressively grown in size as the number of species coming from 5 continents increased. In this park, animals live completely free, with no cages or barriers and they can be observed, photographed and filmed in their own environment. The park is divided into two separate areas: the Safari park and Fasanolandia amusement park, thus offering all families the opportunity to spend a relaxing day, numbering some one million visitors a year. The amusement area offers many attractions, including one of the largest dolphinaria in Europe.
Past Torre Canne long sandy beaches stretch along the shore with few wild and uncontaminated lidos. After some 20 km you may admire the Natural Oasis of Torre Guaceto characterised by countless cane thickets, high dunes and uncontaminated beaches crowded by migrating waders.
Along the coast of Salento cliffs stand out in this corner of Apulia, once referred to by the Romans as finibus terrae: sea caves such as Zinzulusa a Castro and the Cave of Deers near Porto Badisco, the beautiful coves of Porto Miggiano and Porto Badisco where fresh sea urchins are served, white sandy beaches near Otranto and the long shores of Gallipoli.
The new archaeological discovery of Apulia is not only epitomised by museums, but more specifically by the ongoing search for traces of the past. Ruins of ancient towns were brought to light and said discovery provided some useful indications about the lifestyle of old dwellers: funerary outfits, vases, coins, statues, jewellery and several objects of daily use were found during excavations, thus telling the story of peoples considered to be the forefathers of modernity. One of the most interesting Apulian archaeological centres is the city of Egnatia, whose ruins are half-submerged by water: rectangular tombs, full of sea deposits, are carved in rocks. EGNATIA was a thriving Messapian and then Roman city, well-renowned for its trades and pottery. Still today, around the ACROPOLIS, surrounded by walls, we note the remains of floors, porticos, temples, as well as the FORUM and the ruins of an AMPHITHEATRE and a basilica with a nave and two aisles divided by columns whose bases are still visible today; the stones of the ancient TRAJAN way with ruts of wheels, and then cisterns, wells, tombs and bits of cyclopean walls that go down to reach the port.
Apulian cuisine is linked to this land in all its expressions: from lamb to horsemeat, from fish to vegetables, basic ingredients of a country cuisine based on simple tastes. The lion's share is played by pasta, strictly home-made by housewives with semolina: orecchiette, strascinate and cavatelli epitomise the handicraft of these women that marries to the most varied ingredients of Apulian gastronomic traditions. Traditional orecchiette or strascinate can be tasted with turnip tops, fresh tomato sauce served with cacioricotta, a seasoned goat's milk ricotta cheese grated on pasta, or meat sauce, in addition to shrimps, mussels, clams, and cuttlefish and fish soup.
Apulia, a land of wine and oil, traditions and folklore, a rocky and hostile land that thanks to loving and constant care has become an endless source of life and support for this people. Grapes, the symbol of this abundance and prosperity since the very Roman age, are today the core of a "journey" in the name of customs, habits and traditions related to grape harvest whose ultimate expression is represented by vintage.
For more than 10 thousand years, olive trees have found their ideal habitat in Apulia that thanks to the patience and care of local people has now become a huge olive grove with more than 40 million trees accounting for 2/5 of all Italian olive-oil production. Extra-virgin olive oil is a refined nectar considered as the symbol and the banner of Apulia in the world, which by right was granted the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) by the European Union.
.Blue sea, green nature, intense red earth, golden sunsets... From Porto Cesareo to Peschici, Bari to Taranto, Vieste to Brindisi, Otranto to the Tremiti Islands, holidays in Puglia are multicoloured journeys all year round.
You will find for your use a guide with all of the necessary tourist information about places to swim, castles, cultural sites, typical products, cathedrals and nature reserves and parks...
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