Puglia in Southern Italy hides a myriad of guarded sights, historical architecture and beaches untouched by tourism.
Puglia is a region that can satisfy any taste and interest, from its ancient history to the Medieval and Baroque epochs, from its castles that line the coast to the tiny, artistic villages where artisanal masterpieces come to life.
Local and international festivals add a little spice to life such as the Otranto Jazz Festival and La Notte della Taranta, where the area's traditional dance, the Pizzica is celebrated.
Accommodation in Puglia
The first record of Relais La Sommità is 1200 when there was a tower to control the sea against the invasion. Then it has become a “nobiliar house” for a very important family; the ground floor, that now is the restaurant, was an olive press for the production of oil. Part of the building was […]
Palazzo Margherita is situated in Bernalda, a small hilltop town in the Basilicata region of Southern Italy. Located in the province of Matera, which is famous for its ancient cave dwellings, dramatic landscapes and historic houses, Bernalda is relatively unknown outside of Italy. It is just ten minutes from the coast, where miles of white […]
An oasis of peace and tranquility where the warm sun gently caresses this ancient country house white walls. The renovation, made according to tradition, added features and details thus reinventing the fascinating personality and history of Masseria Bagnara. It beholds a presence that will let you feel pampered and relaxed right from your arrival. This […]
Found off a small street in the historic center of Lecce, this elegant and charming residence, dating back to the 1500’s waits to welcome you. The moment you step through the gates you are transported into a little piece of heaven, the warmth emanating from the typical Leccese stone and the peace and tranquility makes […]
Borgo Egnazia Hotel is located in Savelletri di Franco, where the hills of the Itria Valley gently fall away to the Adriatic sea, and the property itself is inspired by the shapes, materials and colors of a typical Apulian village. The hotel was conceived to bring a fresh and original feel that is found “nowhere […]
Masseria Torre Maizza stands at the center of a large estate on a hillside, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, just one mile from the coast. The old garrison Torre Maizza was built in the sixteenth century, under the Order of the Knights of Malta. A cozy intimate sanctuary, Torre Maizza has 28 rooms designed to enjoy […]