Popular Lettings in Apulia
Highlights in Apulia
- Stunning landscapes
- Beautiful beaches, Excellent wine
- Nature Parks in Apulia
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Apulia
Apulia should be the next location for your holiday if you want to explore incredible landscapes, fantastic food, and magical villages and towns. While visiting a new place, looking for the perfect accommodation can be a challenge. In Apulia, there are various holiday lettings designed to accommodate different budgets and preferences. You can choose to reside at the coastline close to beaches and various castles dating from different periods. If you prefer traditional houses, you will find a variety in Lecce, Gallipoli, and Ostuni areas; they maintain the ancient architecture charm. For nature lovers, stay in one of the rentals near Murgia National Park.Spacious holiday rentals
The house rentals are beautifully located near various points of interest where you can watch the array of birds and animals in the woodlands. They have large terraces and magnificent sea views within residential complexes offering private pools, gym, wifi, and access to private clubhouses. You will find the perfect size house lettings whether you are on a family holiday, solo trip, group tour or romantic getaway. They offer spacious parking spaces and beautiful lawns that are friendly for your kids and pets. They come with a fully furnished kitchen where you can prepare your meals with locally produced ingredients. They offer room for all to give you a sense of independence and maximum privacy throughout your stay.
Holidays in Apulia
The area and getting around
Apulia is the most mysterious region located at the southern side of Italy, bordering the Adriatic Sea, the Apennine Mountains, and the Gulf of Taranto. It is made up of the Bari metropolitan city and the Taranto, Foggia, Barletta-Andria-Trani, Brindisi, and Lecce provinces. It has a long coastline, and you can enjoy the beautiful sea views and white sandy beaches in Vieste, Monopoli, Trani, and Polignano a Mare. To see some of the most peculiar structures made with local limestone proceed to the Alberobello region. Ostuni is a beautiful fortified old town with medieval architectural structures, and charming jumble houses spread over a hilltop. For a better city experience, you will want to visit Lecce.A great Italian discovery
Apulia's pleasant Mediterranean climate gives you all the reasons to visit. Proceed to Bari, land of flavours with impressive culinary traditions where you can try out local cuisines made from locally produced ingredients. The island is full of vineyards and you can visit Locorotondo and enjoy some white and lightly sparkling wines. Throughout Trani streets, there are various shops and boutiques where you can buy clothing, jewellery, and souvenirs. If you want to have some nightlife, Gallipoli has the best bars, clubs, and restaurants around.
Travellers and activities
Apulia has incredible landscapes that arouse high emotions for everyone, and you will always find perfect spots to stay in contact with nature. Take long walks as you watch various bird species within Oasi Lago Salso near Manfredonia. Go to the Grotte di Castellana and explore the stunning underground ponds, stalactites, and caves. Also, visit the Dune Costiere Natural Park for a view of the millenary olive groves along with rock-carved hamlets. Also pass by Lombardy for a splendid time within the enchanting landscapes in the blue waters of Lake Como, Garda, and Iseo.Apulia for beach lovers
If you are set for a memorable beach holiday, Apulia has excellent seawater for a pleasant swimming experience. Visit Acquaviva di Marittima in Salento or Vignanotica beach in Gargano to enjoy sunbathing and swimming in the calm waters. Spend a romantic time at the Baia di Vignanotica Beach on the road connecting Mattinata to Vieste. Pass by the Torre Sant'Andrea Beach, the most charming place in Southern Italy with stunning white sea stacks in the middle of blue sea waters. Punta Prosciutto in Salento is also a famous beach due to its typical colours, and dunes.
Did you know that Apulia has the longest coastline of any Italian mainland region?
Top 5 travel tips in Apulia
Explore a vast landscape of Apulia from Matera province as you get lost in the medieval towns. There are numerous parks with natural caves in the hillside perfect for photo sessions.2. Go cycling or hiking
If you love hiking or cycling, make sure you utilize the various routes in Apulia. Take a bike and ride through the magnificent landscape of the coastal villages within Murge, Salento, and Capitanata.3. Visit the park
Go to the family-friendly Umbra Forest in Gargano, engage your kids as you explore various forms of wildlife.4. Learn about history
Visit the National Archaeological Museum of Taranto to learn about the ancient history of Apulia. You will view many exhibits that date back to the Paleolithic age.5. Have some wine!
Have a taste of Apulia's wine that is produced with the ancient times' techniques. Visit Bari province to enjoy white wine like Gravina Bianco.