Discover with us a great variety of villas for rent in Puglia, available throughout the year. Our villas are located close to each destination you might want to visit. The selection of villas in Puglia will bring you comfort and a mix of distinctive and unique feelings, in order to transform your holiday into your best experience. With surprising views and with stunning comfortable interiors, no matter if you are on a relaxing or on a business trip, the experience will be far beyond your expectations.
It is also very important to add the fact that each villa is designed with a pool, which will provide a lot of satisfaction. We make it our mission to offer an outstanding experience for our guests, so we invite you to explore a variety of places where to stay in Puglia.
Here are some of our recommendations:
This lovely apartment is not too far from Castro a town which rests on the rocky shore of the Adriatic, on the stunning Salento coast. Located south of Lecce, it’s referred to as the “pearl of the Salento”. The marina is a main attraction though, with good reason. The coast is riddled with caves and coves, where wooden fishing boats are harboured and where tourists sun lazily. The caverns are interesting to explore and boats can be hired to visit them or to spend a day in a secluded cove. The biggest of the caves is the Grotta Zinzulusa, which is decorated with stalactites, stalagmites, and even an internal lake. The largest cavern room is called the cathedral it’s so large. Other caves are frequented by scuba divers and divers.
Located half-way between Brindisi and Taranto, Villa Fontana is less than 35 minutes’ away from the beautiful sandy beaches of Apulia, with some of the most beautiful beaches on the coast below Manduria. The area is surrounded by flat fields of olives, almonds and grape vine, with the house being only 1km from shops, restaurants, banks, chemist etc.
This lovely property is set close to Lecce, a city famous for its riot of cherubs; the Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy. Sometimes described as the ‘Florence of the Baroque’ or the ‘Rome of the South’, Lecce is really the only city destination in mainland Italy south of Naples which is appealing enough to attract large numbers of tourists, surrounded by attractive countryside seashore and small towns.