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Towns/villages in Apulia: holiday apartments & homes, hotel, country estate

Hospitable people, cultural attractions and sandy beaches aplenty – Apulia is a magnificent holiday destination. Let us introduce you to some of the most interesting villages and towns in Apulia.

 

Towns/villages in Apulia: holiday apartments & homes, hotel, country estate

Hospitable people, cultural attractions and sandy beaches aplenty – Apulia is a magnificent holiday destination. Let us introduce you to some of the most interesting villages and towns in Apulia.

Multifaceted travel destination Apulia – Selected towns/villages in the valley of the trulli and in the Salento

Alberobello – Gem in Valle d’Itria and main attraction for those who wish to take a very close look at the trulli. Visits to former dwellings included.

Cisternino – White towns, shining in the sunlight due to the bright façades of their houses and visible from afar due to their hilltop location, characterize the valley of the trulli. Cisternino is one of them and worth a visit.   

Gallipoli – Combines fishing tradition and bustling town life at the seaside. Above all in midsummer, the alleys and squares simply brim with typical Italian way of life and joie de vivre.

Lecce – The Baroque town fascinates thousands of visitors every year. It is, not without reason, called one of Italy’s most beautiful towns.  

Locorotondo – Locorotondo translates as "round place". The houses of the small town are, as the name indicates, arranged in a circle on a hilltop in the valley of the trulli. A remarkable number of restaurants recommended by Michelin serve delicious meals to hungry guests every day.

Martina Franca – Fascinating Baroque town surrounded by trulli. Absolutely worth a visit!

Ostuni – A dream in white and fascinating architecture wherever you turn your eyes!  

Porto Selvaggio & Nardò – Parco Porto Selvaggio is a protected area and welcomes you with untouched nature and wild-romantic beaches. The small town of Nardò invites you to stroll through its lovely centro storico.

Santa Maria di Leuca - "de finibus terrae": In former times, this was the end of the world then known. Santa Maria di Leuca is a picturesque seaside village with harbor and terrific beaches. From the cape, where the cliffs tumble down into the sea, you have got a fantastic view. 

Selva di Fasano is a tranquil village in the midst of green and the little sister of the main town of Fasano.