Valle d’Itria Hotels

This is a hill region stretching between the Provinces of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto. The Valle d’Itria boasts some of the best-known scenery in the region: amidst its softly rounded hills stand the unmistakable conical roofs of the trulli, the area’s traditional stone buildings. Appealing villages with whitewashed buildings stand on hilltops; and hidden amidst olive groves are the welcoming farmhouses or masserie
The leading attraction of the region is without doubt its unspoilt nature, which offers a succession of colourful backdrops, running from the intense green of the oak forests to the red earth of its fields, the silver-leafed olive groves sloping down to the shore, where dark rocks and snowy beaches dip into the deep blue of the sea. 
And here we find the hand of man, which has produced fascinating rural scenery consisting of dry-stone walls, olive groves, the serried ranks of vineyards and old farmhouses with their simple architecture. 
The hamlets of the Valle d’Itria are places where time stands still, where visitors can breathe a magic ambience. Among them, not to be missed are Locorotondo and Cisternino, listed among the most beautiful small towns in Italy, and Alberobello, the town of the ‘trulli’, a UNESCO world heritage site.
Not to be missed in Valle d’Itria
Where to spend the night in Valle d’Itria
We suggest a stay in one of the many farmhouses and relais of the Valle d'Itria, where you can experience first-hand the attractions of Puglia’s countryside and savour its products. 
When to visit the Valle d’Itria
Notwithstanding its fine beaches and coastal towns, summer is not the only season of the year to visit the Valle d’Itria. The region offers ideal opportunities to discover the historic and cultural heritage and food and wine products of Puglia, and thanks to its mild climate it can be visited year round. 
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Montalbano di Fasano (Brindisi)

From 70 € ( per Room per Night )
  Masseria Mozzone is an ancient Masseria which dates back to 1700, surrounded by the famous Trulli and with an area of....»»

Cisternino (Brindisi)

From 160 € ( per Room per Night )
The Villa Cenci Relais Masseria is located in the area of „Cisternino“, which has one of the nicest old towns of....»»

Polignano a Mare (Bari)

From 175 € ( per Room per Night )
Located on the hills overlooking the sea of Polignano a Mare, just a few miles away from the main tourist attractions....»»

Savelletri di Fasano (Brindisi)

From 220 € ( per Room per Night )
 Every day of the year, in every season, Borgo Egnazia is like a breathing tale of Puglia, spoken by the ancient....»»

Monopoli (Bari)

From 200 € ( per Room per Night )
Charming hotel in the historical center of Monopoli, nestled in the ancient walls surrounding the medieval town center.....»»

Locorotondo (Bari)

From 100 € ( per Room per Night )
The apartments are scattered in the alleys of the fascinating historic centre of Locorotondo, acclaimed as one of the....»»

Fasano (Brindisi)

From 160 € ( per Room per Night )
Located in the countryside of Fasano, Masseria Marzalossa is surrounded by old stone walls and dipped in a flourishing....»»

Monopoli (Bari)

From 120 € ( per Room per Night )
Playa del Mar – Boutique B&B is located a stone’s throw from the beach, close to the town centre of Monopoli. A....»»

Capitolo (Bari)

From 450 € ( per Room per Night )
La Peschiera is an exclusive five-star luxury Hotel & Resort, located on the Adriatic coast in Apulia, on the coastal....»»

Ostuni (Brindisi)

From 120 € ( per Room per Night )
La Masseria Il Frantoio, once owned by a noble family, is located in the countryside of Ostuni, in the heart of Puglia.....»»
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