Hotels to remember: Puglia

Furnirussi Tenuta Hotel

Serrano di Carpignano Salentino

Masseria Fumarola

Martina Franca

Giovì Relais

Polignano a Mare

Grand Hotel L'Approdo

Santa Maria di Leuca

Playa del Mar

Monopoli

From € 90.00

Palazzo Guglielmo

Vignacastrisi

Masseria Cimino

Savelletri di Fasano

Masseria San Domenico

Savelletri di Fasano

Hotel Il Porto

Mattinata

Borgobianco Resort & Spa

Polignano a Mare

Masseria Relais Santa Teresa

Sannicola

From € 106.00

Masseria Torre Maizza

Savelletri di Fasano

Bellavista Suite

Monopoli

From € 160.00

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Puglia: suggestions from the insiders

(Insider)

What's the perfect end to a perfect winter's day? A crackling fire, a glass of wine, and a sumptuous bed... (Hotels to Snuggle Up in This Winter) →

Anna Addario

(Proprietaria)

La Macchiola

Farmhouse Holidays

Anna Addario

La macchiola is the best location where to discover the historical heritage of the south and where you can taste the real Salento food (La Macchiola) →

IONIAN TRAVEL

(Responsabile Commerciale)

Masseria Relais Santa Teresa

4 Star Hotels

IONIAN TRAVEL

Springtime in Salento allows you to enjoy mild temperatures. It's possible to take long walks or bike through the olive groves and taste the typical traditional sweets, such as "zeppole of St. Joseph." (Masseria Relais Santa Teresa) →

Annalisa Nullo

(proprietaria)

Gli Orti di Malva

B&B and Homes

Annalisa Nullo

Our passion for hospitality is rooted in our love for cozy, simple homes (Gli Orti di Malva) →

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Puglia at a glance

Puglia Hotel

Puglia: land of sun and sea, of endless countryside scattered with centuries-old olive trees, of baroque cities and white-washed towns, of ancient popular traditions and the mystic Taranta.

From the rocky, forest-covered Gargano to the Tremiti islands and further South still, to Gallipoli and Santa Maria di Leuca, the Puglian coastline is one incredibly long and spectacularly beautiful beach. Inland, surrounded by vineyards and centuries-old olive groves, visitors finds both large and small towns, rich in historical interest, culture and folklore. In addition to the inhabitants strong sense of humour, brilliantly expressed in local traditions such as the carnival of Putignano, Puglia is famous for its stunning baroque and Romanesque cathedrals, its beehive shaped Trulli and imposing fortified farmhouses or, Masseria. A food-lover’s paradise, this part of Southern Italy is also known for its excellent cuisine.