Puglia

The new Provence.

Puglia is the heel of Italy’s boot, sculpted over millennia by the Adriatic Sea to the east and the Ionian to the west. Its coastline is dotted with magnificent beaches with some pretty cool beach clubs, while its towns and villages are rich in history and wonderfully varied, from beautiful baroque Lecce to trulli-filled Alberobello.

Equally diverse is the amazing food, washed down of course by some locally made wine. Puglia, after all, produces more wine than any other region in Italy.

When it comes to accommodation you can revel in the room of a converted masseria with a whole team of staff (imposing buildings that were once the beating hearts of agricultural estates), or opt for a tiny trullo surrounded by olive trees, the conical constructions so synonymous with the region.

Access to Puglia is easy as well, with plenty of flights in season to the two major airports of Bari and Brindisi.

Trullo Cisterno

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 6
Price Guide: From £1,925 to £3,465 per week

Villa Luccio

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 6
Price Guide: From €3,000 to €6,000 per week

Tenuta Masseria

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 8
Price Guide: From €3,000 to €8,000 per week

Villa Thistle

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 8
Price Guide: From €3,000 to €8,000 per week

Casa Olive

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 8
Price Guide: From €4,000 to €10,000 per week

The Cottage

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 4
Price Guide: From €4,000 to €10,000 per week

La Piccolina

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 6
Price Guide: From €6,000 to €16,000 per week

Casa Giada

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 8
Price Guide: From €9,000 per week

Masseria Petrarolo

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 16 + 4
Price Guide: From €12,000 to €32,450 per week

Masseria Di Giardini

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 20
Price Guide: From €9,600 to €27,600 per week

Masseria Lamacoppa

Puglia, Italy
Sleeps: 12
Price Guide: From €40,000 per week

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