3 good reasons to choose Apulia
|1The SeaThe region is home to not one, but two seas: the Adriatic and the Ionian, each of which has its own particular variety of sea beds and beaches||2NatureThe region is home to the Gargano and Murge National Parks, and boasts lots of itineraries where visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of natural landscapes and fragments of the past||3FolkloreApulia is a land of music and festivals, which are held in the streets and squares of its towns all throughout the year, from the northern part of the region down to the heel of Italy|
Our 2 Family Hotels in Apulia
Surrounded by nature, a short walk from the pine forest and private beach
From 05/06/23 to 10/09/23
|Starting from 90,00 € per night, per adult, half board|
Directly on the beach with play areas and a swimming pool.
Easter - From 11/06/22 to 30/09/22
|Starting from 70,00 € per night, per adult, full board|
A taste of Apulia
In Italy, there are those who refer to the region of Apulia in the plural. And perhaps they aren’t mistaken, since this region has many nuances, and is capable of appealing to tourists of all kinds. The long, sandy beaches extend around the heel of Italy’s boot, caressing the Adriatic and the Ionian seas, offering a variety of breathtaking landscapes. Nature lovers can venture into the Gargano National Park, whose lush vegetation borders directly one of the cleanest and safest seascapes in all of Italy, while those in search of culture and history can explore the remains of the trullo dwellings, all while enjoying the ubiquitous fragrance of lemons and oranges. And, speaking of food, visitors to this region will have countless possibilities to choose from.