Hotels to remember: Puglia

La Macchiola

Spongano

Masseria Fumarola

Martina Franca

Agriturismo Torre dei Preti

Peschici - Loc. Valle Croci

Le Alcove

Alberobello

Masseria Torre Maizza

Savelletri di Fasano

Palazzo Guglielmo

Vignacastrisi

Poggio di Luna

Peschici

San Domenico a Mare

Savelletri di Fasano

Giovì Relais

Polignano a Mare

Masseria Torre Coccaro

Savelletri di Fasano

Borgo Egnazia

Savelletri di Fasano

Masseria San Domenico

Savelletri di Fasano

Playa del Mar

Monopoli

From € 120.00

Borgobianco Resort & Spa

Polignano a Mare

Nicolaus

Bari

Marenea Suite Hotel

Marina di Marittima, Diso

Furnirussi Tenuta Hotel

Serrano di Carpignano Salentino

Bellavista Suite

Monopoli

From € 240.00

Villa San Martino

Martina Franca

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Puglia: suggestions from the insiders

(Insider)

From Martina Franca to Ostuni: loving memories (Perfumes of Puglia) →

Daniele Capriglia

(Titolare)

Masseria Salinola

Small Boutique Hotels

Daniele Capriglia

Ostuni is the ideal place because of its centrality in relation to the rest of Puglia, a few minutes drive from major destinations. (Masseria Salinola) →

Marilisa Duggento

(Responsabile Marketing)

Masseria Le Fabriche

4 Star Hotels

This area of the Ionian coast of Salento, has all the typical features of Pure Puglia: clear sea, wild nature, centuries old culture, excellent wine and food, peacefulness and relax. (Masseria Le Fabriche) →

Beatrice Longo

(Commercial consultant)

Vivosa Apulia Resort

Resort

Beatrice Longo

At Vivosa Apulia Resort you will find a modern All Inclusive offer, relax, comfort and funny activities for adults and children. A natural pine forest is all that separates the resort from the turquoise Ionian Sea and its gold-sanded beach. (Vivosa Apulia Resort) →

Others

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.