Apulia is a region in southern Italy and is characterised by its long coastline along the Mediterranean Sea. The capital of the region is Bari, a harbour city on the Adriatic Sea. The region on the spur of the Italian boot offers holidaymakers sea, mountains and, above all, a lot of peace and quiet. Our holiday villas in Apulia can accomodate 7 to 19 people. We are specialised in luxurious holiday villas in Apulia and the whole of Italy, which offer more than just accommodation to holidaymakers. Enjoy the private pool or the spacious garden with views over the distinctive landscape. Thanks to the location of the holiday villas, you have the possibility to discover the country in its unspoiled form, drink regional wine and taste typical Italian food.
Holiday villa in Apulia directly by the sea
The long coast of Apulia offers leisurely activities for everyone, whether for sports enthusiasts or sun worshippers. The beach provides many possibilities. A holiday villa in Apulia on the beachfront means the sea is within walking distance. The Mediterranean Sea invites you to snorkel. The coast is regarded as one of the cleanest in Italy, which is why the bathing possibilities are numerous. A leisurely boat trip or the more active version on a surfboard provide variety if you want to spend the day on the beach. The small harbour towns also invite you to be inspired by the Italian flair. Apulia is known for not being overcrowded by tourism so far. This is why you will find absolute relaxation in this region and be able to fully enjoy the Italian flair.
Holiday villa in Apulia close to a town
The small villages and harbour towns are typical of Italy. The capital of the Apulia region, with its stone buildings and narrow streets, also exudes the typical charm of the country. The harbour city on the Adriatic coast is famous for its old town. Narrow alleys lead to an old basilica dating back to the 11th century. The Basilica of San Nicola is a special place, especially for pilgrims, as the remains of Saint Nicholas are kept there. In addition to these religious sites, the alleys of the old town are adorned with elegant buildings and provide shopping opportunities. There are other towns in Apulia that are worth a visit. For example Gallipolli or Polignano a Mare. Both cities are located directly by the sea and can be easily reached by car from the holiday villas in Apulia. With their harbours, they distill a special charm and invite you to linger.
Holiday villa in Apulia in a green landscape
Although Apulia is never really far from the sea, there is also the possibility to discover green spots. To the north of the region is the Gergano National Park. The numerous dense forests make the sea almost fade away and invite to walks, hikes or bike tours. Olive trees and masserie can be found in the Southern part of Puglia, in the provinces of Brindisi, Bari and Taranto. From the holiday villas in Apulia directly on the beach you can get comfortably and without major problems to the inland and catch a glimpse of a somewhat different Italy. Numerous cathedrals and castles give an idea of the history of the country and can become a destination for day trips. The area around the provinces of Brindisi and Taranto, known as the land of the Trulli, also impresses with vineyards and plantations full of lemon trees. Trulli is the name given to the stone houses with conical roofs that date back to the 14th century and are typical of this province. If you want to experience the charm of these historic buildings up close, you can spend your holiday in our exclusive Trullo "Trulli Angelo", whose architecture is based on these classic buildings. A further historical and cultural highlight is the cave dwellings of Sassi, which one should definitely have seen. Enjoy your holiday in a holiday villa in Apulia and enjoy the region, which has much to offer both culturally and characterwise.