Out of season break
Posted on March 7, 2012
Visiting Puglia out of the summer season gives you a real taste of life in the Itria Valley. The towns are quiet, market day excepted, and you can take your time wandering the pretty cobbled streets, stopping in the many cafes for an essential capuccino whenever the feeling takes you.
Out of the intense summer heat, sightseeing is a pleasure and there are many interesting places to see: the Trulli-tastic Alberobello, Lecce – known as the Florence of the South, and a city made of caves at Matera are all within easy reach of the villas we list on Puglia Places. We also provide information on activities such as walking, cycling and visiting vineyards.
What’s more, you’ll be paying out of season prices for your holiday accommodation and flights. A week at Trullo Forno costs £1,000; it sleeps 7, is close to the picturesque town of Cisternino and is a fantastic base for exploring the area.
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