Our city & the surroundings

The remarkable cities nearby

Here's where you can easily shine from your vacation home:

(Cities, habitants, distances and travel time from the trullo)

Martina Franca (49 780 hab.)
You just have to walk in its center between narrow alleys and sumptuous buildings to understand that Martina Franca is the other capital of the Baroque.There lies all the beauty of the largest city in the Itria valley, both dynamic and attached to its ancient traditions.

You can admire the noble palaces with their wrought iron balconies, the rich portals with their coats of arms, the monumental churches.Here, each corner speaks of art and history and surprises you with elegant details, arches, secret gardens and squares which offer spectacular perspectives, like Piazza Plebiscita, where the facade of the Basilica of San Martino with itshigh relief of Saint Martin.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Martina Franca is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Locorotondo (14 231 hab.)
> 9 km - 18 min

Perched on a hill, the beautiful Locorotondo evokes a fairy tale, it owes its name (round place) to the circular plan of its town, among the most beautiful in Italy, The town with its staircase vines dominates the rest of the village andthe whole valley of ltria.Among the picturesque alleys, surrounded by the white walls of the houses, note the Cummerse, ancient habitats with a rectangular plan and sloping roofs made of chianchette - flat stone tiles.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Locorotondo is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Cisternino (11 884 hab.)
> 14 km - 22 min

Elected one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, with its medieval center which evokes an oriental village, with its whitewashed houses its alleys, its small stairs.its squares and long flowered balconies. At the entrance to the historic center stands the Norman-Swabian Tower, while piazza Vittorio Emanuele is the place for an aperitif with a breathtaking view from the belvedere.

For dinner, stop in one of the "fornelli", adjoining the butcher's shops and taste the extraordinary bombette, thin slices of veal, simple or stuffed with caciocavallo, rolled up and served on a skewer.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Cisternino is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Alberobello (11 013 hab.)
> 18 km - 28 min

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is famous for its impressive trulli district, nearly 1,500 dwellings grouped in the old town on two small buttes facing each other. The Rione Monti, the tourist area, where the Sant'Antonio church stands. The Rione Aia Piccola, occupied by the village elders, houses the Trullo Sovrano, the only two-level trullo.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Alberobello is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Ceglie Messapica (20 690 hab.) > 19 km - 24 min

Gastronomic stopover for gourmets: there is a large concentration of high-level restaurants and starred chefs.From alley to alley, enter the village and admire its buildings, its portals, its coats of arms, its arcades to the square, where the Collegiata deii'Assunta Church and the Ducal Castle stand with its Norman towers.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Ceglie Messapica is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Fasano (38 657 hab.) > 20 km - 34 min

Fasano is a group of hamlets that stretch between the hill and the sea. It is one of the entry doors that you climb to reach the high plateau of the Murges. It is difficult not to allow yourself to be distracted as you climb or descend by the breathtaking panorama which gives endless views of the thousands of centuries-old olive trees, and the blue of the Adriatic coast.

Grottaglie (32 275 hab.)
> 23 km - 26 min

Grottaglie owes its name to its caves, which were refuges from prehistoric times. Above all, it prides itself on being the unmissable southern capital of ceramics which is exported all over the world. Visit the ceramists' district and the numerous sales shops to find your happiness.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Grottaglie is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Ostuni (31 148 hab.)
> 26 km - 33 min

Ostuni is perched on three hills at a height of 218 meters facing the Adriatic coast. It sparkles like a mirage of white light. Climb to the top of the hill, in the old town, where a breathtaking panorama awaits you. Stroll between the alleys, the steep stairs and the small squares on which give white houses dotted with geraniums, craft shops and small bars and restaurants where in the evening, after a day spent on the surrounding beaches, visitors flock.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Ostuni is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Noci (19 477 hab.)
> 28 km - 37 min

You are fond of "mozzarella", "burrata", and "stracciatella", Welcome to Noci, in the Murgia des Trulli, famous for its artisanal production of high quality dairy products and also a compulsory destination for those who love œuno-gastronomy: its center is a series of clear alleys, stone fireplaces which offer ancient perfumes, votive kiosks and typical Gnostre, small courtyards with three closed sides - which give their name to the two most interesting festivals ofthe area: "Bacchus in the Gnostre", wine and chestnut festival in November and "Pettole in the Gnostre and chocolate festival" in December.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Noci is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Putignano (27 394 hab.)
> 31 km - 40 min

Here, we celebrate the oldest carnival in Europe and the longest in Italy: from December 26 to Mardi Gras, according to legend it all started in 1394, when the relics of Santo Stefano arrived from Monopoli in the city. The Carnival, with gigantic allegorical floats, papier-mâché masks, nocturnal parades, is an opportunity to get to know the historic center better, made up of winding alleys and courtyards, where buildings of different styles mix. In Plebiscito square, admire the austere Romanesque-style Church of S. Pietro Apostolo, which faces the Palazzo del Bali.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Putignano is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Carovigno (16 858 hab.)
> 37 km - 41 min.

Separated from the sea by 5 km of centuries-old olive groves, the city is a true temple of Apulian restoration. Authentic, the inhabitants of the neighboring villages come to walk or dine in the many trattoria.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Carovigno is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Savelletri - Hameau de Forcatella
> 29 km - 41 min

Small fishing village with its characteristic harbor and its numerous restaurants which overlook the sea. Its surrounding countryside is dotted with old masseries in the middle of olive groves. Unmissable destination for sea urchin lovers.

Castellana Grotte (19 435 hab.)
> 33 km - 44 min

At the foot of the Itria Valley is a magical place, a labyrinth of caves 3 km long and 70 m deep: it is the most beautiful Italian speleological complex and can be visited in two hours.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Castellana Grotte is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Monopoli (16 858 hab.)
> 37 km - 39 min

Monopoli retains a surprising charm, with its old town, its ramparts and its winding cobbled streets. In Greek, Monos-polis means "Unique city". It has a character that would always correspond to its designation of origin... The image of the blue fishermen's boats inside the port is the postcard of Puglia.
It is gastronomy and the fifteen kilometers of coastline with low cliffs, with coves and long beaches will guide you to Monopoli.

Where to eat and where to have a drink?
A small list of our favorite places in Monopoli is available in the trullo and will be sent to you to prepare your stay.

Polignano a Mare
> 43 km - 43 min

Polignano a Mare is the town of Domenico Modugno who wrote the title "volare" and the locals, grateful and dedicated a statue to him on the seafront. The labyrinth of alleys will take you to one of the three panoramic terraces at thebreathtaking view. The beautifully preserved historic center is directly on the sea. Further on, one of the locals' favorite places, the beach framed by two cliffs from which children and adolescents dive all day. Polignano is also famous for its homemade ice cream. Indulge.

Matera (60 500 hab.)
> 78 km - 1h12

In 2019, it is one of the oldest cities in the world, Matera, which is propelled European capital of culture. This new coronation for the city of southern Italy, already classified as World Heritage of Humanity in 1993, confirms a beautiful revenge on its past. Matera and his troglodyte sassi are on the front of the European scene. Matera is a town located on a rock outcrop in the Basilicata region. It includes the famous Sassi, a set of cave dwellings carved on the mountainside.

Lecce (95 520 hab.)
> 102 km - 1h16

Capital of the Baroque, Nestled in the heel of the Boot, the "Florence of the South" displays with exuberance and all its splendor. Surprising destiny is that of this ancient garrison town which derives its fortune from the sun flooding its fields of olive trees and a hot stone which captures the light. If the palaces and the churches of the historic center attract crowd, Lecce knew how to protect itself from a destiny of city-museum. It charms at least as much with its art of living as with the joyful animation of its streets and terraces. Must.

Gallipoli (20 415 hab.)
> 138 km - 1h37

Gallipoli is one of the jewels of Salento.In the charming little harbor stands a castle with an impressive keep (16C). Nestled on an island, the historic center is surrounded by the Sant'Agata cathedral. The Frantoio Ipogeo (cellars of the Granafei Palace) tell the story of the production of olive oil that made the wealth of Gallipoli. Stroll along the ancient ramparts surrounding the Città and push the door of the Purità church, which contains an interior decorated with sumptuous stucco.

Otranto (5 548 hab.)
> 148 km - 1h41

À retenir pour les fans de quiz : Otrante est la ville la plus à l'est de l'Italie. Son mélange d'histoire, d'architecture, ses panoramas, ses restaurants en front de mer et sa plage de sable blanc en font l'une des villes les plus intéressantes, charmantes et pittoresque des Pouilles. Otrante se trouve sur la mer Adriatique, regardant sur son détroit éponyme vers les Balkans et la Grèce, une position stratégique qui a profondément influencé son histoire.

Puglia and the Itria Valley

A countryside that is inhabited all year round, dotted with characteristic Trulli, with dry stone walls that demarcate vineyards and olive groves as far as the eye can see, this is how the Valle d'ltria appears.

Its panorama is magical and to fully enjoy it you have to cross villages like Alberobello. World Heritage Site with its 1400 trulli or Locorotondo, which takes its name from the circular plan of its habitat. The medieval heart of Cisternino evokes the image of an oriental village with lime-painted houses and stoves adjoining butcher's shops, where you can savor the bombettes. Between July and August, take a trip to the splendid Baroque city of Martina Franca to attend the Festival of the Valle d'ltria, which offers often unseen lyrical works. The fascinating plain of Fasano. covered with centuries-old olive trees and very close to the sea, is rich in very beautiful masseries transformed into holiday resorts, with golf courses and relaxing treatments, close to Egnazia, one of the most important archaeological sites of Italy. Between Torre San Leonardo and Torre Canne, you will meet the Regional Park of Coastal Dunes, a surprising territory that stretches over 1100 ha: from the very beautiful beach to the large agricultural expanses of secular olive trees. Ostuni, the white city, is a series of arches, towers, buildings, courtyards, alleys, noble palaces and shops. On the contrary, Ceglie Messapica and Carovigno, are citadels of taste, with their internationally renowned restaurants and their chefs who have received numerous distinctions. On the coast, an ancient tower surrounded by olive trees, scrubland, wetlands and high dunes has become a Marine Protected Area and Natural Reserve: discover Torre Guaceto by bike, observing birds or participating in a laboratory in nature. - Extract from Promozione Agenzia Regionale del Turismo Puglia & Wikipedia -

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SAISONAL VILLA RATES*

For Entire Villa

Maximum capacity 8 people
3 day minimun stay
Excluding cleaning & charges services

LOW SEASON AUTUMN-WINTER
September 15 to February 28.
From 270 € per night*.

MID-SEASON SPRING
March 1st to June 15
From 300 € per night *

HIGH SEASON
June 15 to September 15
From 360 € per night*
From 440 € in August

CONDITIONS

The accommodation is for rent as a whole, with a minimum of 3 occupied rooms. Period from Saturday to Saturday, with a minimum stay of 6 nights in high season and 4 night in low and medium season.

Prices are for the rental of the villa as a whole according to the number of reported occupants. The occupancy of the accommodation is strictly limited to the number of people indicated at the time of booking.

GENERAL TERMS OF SALE

FACILITIES

Aware that you depend on a means of transport that can arrive a day later or leave a day earlier, we will seek to make flexible the principle of booking framed from Saturday to Saturday, if possible and on request.

Similarly, if you have to arrive a little earlier, or leave a little later, you will have the opportunity to drop off your luggage if you ask us a few days before.

HOUSE RULES

Check-in : after 4 PM
Check-out : 11 AM

You will be asked for a security deposit of 600,00 euros before the premises are occupied. Security deposit online, via debit or credit card.

It is requested not to smoke indoors.

Animals are not allowed

Outsiders are not accepted.
No parties.

Please contact us to prepare for your stay: info@trullopannafragola.it

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