Popular Lettings in Apulia
Highlights in Apulia
- Dream Beaches
- Old Town of Bari
- Beautiful Natural Landscapes
- Itria Valley
- Tremiti Islands
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Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Apulia
Are you organising a weekend getaway in Apulia? Would you like to spend your next holidays in this beautiful region of southern Italy? So that you only have to prepare your travel guide and pack your suitcase, Holidu offers you a great search engine of holiday rentals between private individuals. Thanks to him, you will be able to find the best offers of tourist rentals and luxury villas in Apulia. In general, rentals are the most popular option for tourists, with the largest offer concentrated in the Lecce, Galipoli and Ostuni areas. Modern rentals very close to the beach and the Parque Regional della Terra delle Gravine which, in many cases, are located within residential complexes with gardens and swimming pool. Ideal for couples and families with children. Do you prefer an authentic luxury holiday in a traditional villa? You will find many houses of this type that still maintain the charm of the stately architecture of the past. Almost all of them with large terraces and magnificent sea views. Without a doubt, the best accommodation alternative to relax and enjoy a perfect holiday.Why book a letting in Apulia?
Although it is not easy to find them, the truth is that in Italy there are still very authentic regions beyond Campania and Toscana. This is the case of Apulia, which in recent years has become one of the preferred refuges for many well-known personalities, such as the Macron family, Ivanka Trump or the actors Tom Hanks and Helen Mirren. To a large extent thanks to its wonderful beaches, but also has many other attractions such as its ancient culture or the architectural beauty of the trulli of Alberobello. Its picturesque villages and the Gargano National Park complement the offer of a region of great personality that always guarantees an unforgettable holiday. What are you waiting for to rent your rental in Apulia?
Holidays in Apulia
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the south of Italy, Apulia is one of the 20 regions that make up the country, occupying the heel of the boot of the Italian peninsula. Bordering the Adriatic Sea, the Gulf of Taranto, the Apennine Mountains, which separate it from Campania and Basilicata, and Molise. The sixth most densely populated region of Italy, only surpassed by Lombardy, Lazio, Veneto, Campania and Liguria.The best areas to rent a letting in Apulia
The region of Apulia comprises the metropolitan city of Bari and the provinces of Barletta-Andria-Trani, Brindisi, Foggia, Lecce and Taranto. It has the longest coastline in continental Italy. To the north, the peninsula of Gargano enters the Adriatic Sea and unfolds a kind of Amalfi coast in miniature; to the south, is Salento, famous for its wines and for its Greek and Turkish past; and in the centre, is located the Valle d'Itria, a karstic plain dotted with beautiful medieval villages that charm anyone lucky enough to visit them. Therefore, the choice of area to rent your rental in Apulia will depend on what you want to do.
Types of travellers and activities
Apulia has no less than 800 km of beaches bathed by the Adriatic Sea and the Ionian Sea. A varied coastline with different types of beaches ranging from fine sand to imposing cliffs. Some of the best are Torre dell'Orso, Punta Prosciutto, Porto Selvaggio, Bahia de Torre Lapillo, Bahia Verde, Torre San Giovanni, Pescoluse, Bahia dei Turchi and Porto Badisco. Book a letting in Apulia near the beach to come and enjoy this little paradise on Earth!
Did you know that Apulia has the largest salt flats in Europe and the second largest in the world. They are located in the city of Margherita.
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Bari is a city with a lot of history and, at the same time, full of freshness and modernity. Full of stately boulevards and lively nightlife. It has more than 540 churches and more than 120 sanctuaries, as well as an imposing fortress that crowns the city and a Romanesque cathedral from the 11th century.2. Behold a sunset from the promontory of the Gargano
The coast that surrounds this great promontory is permanently bathed by a pinkish light that contrasts with the sea, especially when the day falls. With numerous caves, limestone cliffs, ancient forests, a sparkling sea and an exuberant scrubland is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the whole country.3. Immerse yourself in the forests of Peschici
On a cliff with spectacular views of a turquoise sea, this walled town of whitewashed houses in Arabic style is one of the most popular tourist resorts in the months of July and August. In it is the Forest of Shadows, the last vestige of the ancient forests of Apulia. With numerous well signposted paths for walking and cycling.4. Take a trip to the Tremiti Islands
This beautiful archipelago of three islands has 36 km of coastline full of rugged cliffs, sandy coves and lush pine forests surrounded by an intense dark blue. The largest and most striking of the three islands is Santo Domino. For its part, San Nicola has many medieval buildings. And Caparia is an uninhabited islet.5. Explore the picturesque villages of the Itria Valley
Quiet secondary roads, attractive whitewashed villages on the hills, fields full of olive and fruit trees and curious circular stone houses that dot the landscape make the Itria Valley one of the most impressive places in Apulia. In addition to the famous Grotta di Castellana, you can visit villages such as Alberobello, Locorotondo, Ostuni or Martina Franca.