Rich in beautiful landscapes, coastline, history and culture, Puglia is now one of the most popular destinations for holiday rentals.

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The region Apulia (Puglia in Italian) is located in the south of Italy and forms the spur and heel on the Italy map. Rich in beautiful landscapes, coastline, history and culture, Puglia is now one of the most popular destinations for holiday rentals. Luxury self-catering villas with pool and apartments near the sea are spread along the region, offering plenty of choice to take a break from the everyday life and to explore the area.

Apulia is a land of pristine nature. It boasts vast and diverse natural landscapes, starting with the National Park of the Gargano and the Murge, the marine reserves of the Tremiti Islands and Torre Guaceto. The countryside is dominated by gentle, fertile land where tasty vegetables, grapes and olives are grown.

Apulia is a land of history and art. Many towns and villages are the expression of Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque eras and they are not short in museums, historical buildings, archaeological parks, and castles. The most famous among them is the Castel del Monte, the 13th-century castle constructed by the Emperor Frederick II and declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.

When is the best time to visit Puglia

Blessed with an average 300 days of sunshine per year, Apulia has a wonderful climate. The hilltop towns in the Itria Valley always offer a sweet breeze, even in the hottest months of the year and the humidity is generally minimal. It is a lovely dry heat that warms you, either whilst sitting in a piazza, enjoying an ice cream, or on the beach soaking up some rays before taking a dip in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. Rainfall is scarce and generally concentrated in the winter months. Puglia weather in October is clement and often permits to swim in the sea.

How to get there

Puglia has airports in Bari and Brindisi. Nearest airport to Puglia is Bari’s airport, about 9 km west of the city at Palese. Brindisi’s Casale airport is 4 km north of the city.

There are several available flights from the UK. Alitalia flies several times a day from Heathrow and Gatwick to Bari and Brindisi. Flights are via Rome or Milan. British Airways flies from Gatwick to Bari. Ryanair flies daily from Stansted to Bari and Brindisi.

Where to stay in Puglia

Accommodation options from Italian Breaks around Puglia include some of the best villas to rent, ideal for a magnificent holiday with your friends or family in this region. From luxury villas with a private pool to villas near the beach, they are all ideal to stay for a dream vacation and you can’t go wrong. If you’re looking for a romantic break with your loved one, rent one of our villas for two or villas for couples Also, we offer plenty of family villas that are a great option if you want to be close to the main attractions, or if you want to have child-friendly facilities. We hope we’ve inspired you to head south and explore the towns of Puglia. These are just some of the possibilities, pick a town you want and you’ll likely to find a fascinating history, beautiful architecture, friendly people, and delicious food.

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