A traditional trulli (cone shaped homes) structure, was built at the end of the 18th century and restored between the 19th and 20th, adding new facilities and bedrooms.
True to its history, furnishings are traditional Puglian, interspersed here and there with antique pieces and items attesting to the property’s rural origins, like a wine press and large urns.
Sleeping 12 across six bedrooms, there’s plenty of space to connect with friends and family, as well as ample space to wind down in this oasis of tranquillity.
With a total of 2 swimming pools: one that used to be a rainwater collector, and another that used to hold grapes.
You’ll be connected to the history of the building at this Villa. Within the estate there is even a former rural church, that today is a bedroom.
ABOUT THE AREA
Ostuni is a city in Italy’s Apulia region that’s known for its whitewashed old town. Ostuni Cathedral combines Gothic, Romanesque and Byzantine elements, while the arched Porta San Demetrio is one of 2 remaining medieval gates. The Civic Museum and Archaeological Park houses Ostuni 1, the skeleton of a woman from Paleolithic times. Northwest of town is the Santuario di Sant’Oronzo complex, with a triumphal arch.
Martina Franca, or just Martina, is a town and municipality in the province of Taranto, Apulia, Italy. It is the second most populated town of the province after Taranto. Since 1975, the town has hosted the annual summer opera festival, the Festival della Valle d’Itria.
Torre Canne is a southeastern Italian coastal fishing village and hamlet of the municipality of Fasano in the Province of Brindisi, Apulia hosting also a beautiful beach that stretches all the way to Brindisi.
Closest mini market 600m by car
Brindisi Airport: 50 min Bari Airport: 90 min Ostuni Center: 25 min Locorotondo old town: 15 min
Alberobello: 30 min Beaches: 30 min