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Highlights in Taranto

  • Historic city
  • Southern Italy
  • Castle
  • Beaches
  • Italian cuisine
  • Museums

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Taranto, Taranto Province
Villa • 5 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
apartment in villa a few steps from the sea and from the schools of the Navy furnished with chic finishes comes with everything.With 50-inch TV in the kitchen and 28-inch TV in the rooms, air conditioning in all rooms, washing machine, microwave ovens is that traditional, ability to eat outside and to be able to make barbecue. Parking inside the villaIdeal for people who want to feel as if they were at home with all the conveniences.Within walking distance of the villa there are supermarkets, fish shop, ice cream shop, greengrocers, pizzerias, pharmacies, fitness center and tobacconist.
from $87 / night
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Taranto, Taranto Province
Villa • 3229 ft² • 6 Bedrooms
5.0
(3 reviews)
OFFERING! FROM 05/08 to 10/08 (5 nights), COMPLETE WITH VILLA MAX 13 PEOPLE A 2. € 000 ALL INCLUSIVE. In fantastic Salento, between the valley of the trulli and the capital of Ancient Greece, prestigious villa for large families, garden, air conditioned rooms, terraces, very quiet, with every comfort, modern furniture, in a holiday resort prestigious. The price includes: all utilities, linen provided, final cleaning, wifi, air conditioning, use of the garden. The villa has two apartments with separate entrances, each apartment can accommodate up to 7 guests. The estimated price for the summ...
from $68 / night
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Taranto, Taranto Province
Villa • 5 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
B & B VILLA SARA is a structure located in the battle zone of Lama Taranto in via cruisers 15 to 800 meters from the cliff in the area served by urban transport, supermarkets, shops, restaurants and services of various kinds, with the possibility to reach by car very quickly the main seaside resorts of the Salento coast. This B & B has 2 bedrooms, one double and one triple with en suite bathroom and equipped with all comforts, air conditioning / heating, TV, wifi. Possibility of bringing small pets. The owners will be at your disposal to ensure a pleasant stay and make you feel at h...
from $132 / night

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Uncover a treasure in Southern Italy

Taranto is a port city set on the Southern tip of Italy in the Apulia region. The city is home to a rich and fascinating history, first having been ruled as a Spartan Colony by the Ancient Greeks in 700 BC. Today you’ll find a myriad of preserved historic sites and attractions scattered around the city, most notably in the old town district on Borgo Antico Island. The city’s coastal location offers visitors easy access to pristine Mediterranean beaches, as well as a nearby archipelago of islands which are reachable by water taxi. A trip to Taranto is perfect for culturally curious travelers, history buffs, couples, and families seeking a unique and memorable experience in Southern Italy!

A memorable villa in Taranto

A villa stay is the ultimate way to experience Taranto. The historic southern Italian city is home to a wide range of villas, with a little something for every type of traveler. Treat yourself to a luxurious villa on the water, complete with a private swimming pool and spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea. Several villas come with private yard and garden spaces. Families and large groups can choose from a wide range of oversized villas with several bedrooms and bathrooms. Stay in a villa close to the historic center of Taranto, with sweeping views of the city’s beautiful attractions and old architecture. Villas here boast a historic Italian charm, but are well-equipped with modern comforts, such as Wi-Fi, washing machines, air conditioning, and more! Pet-friendly villas are available for people traveling with pets.

Travelers and activities

Taranto for couples

Taranto is slightly off the beaten tourist trail of Italy, making it slightly less visited and all the more charming. It’s the perfect place for couples to enjoy a culturally rich adventure together. Enjoy a scenic stroll along the water at Lungomare Vittorio Emanuele– a beautiful walkway that stretches across the city along the seaside. There are many benches and scenic points along the promenade to enjoy. Visit the dazzling waters of the Mediterranean on the beaches along the coastline just outside the city. Spiaggia di Tramontone is a small, beautiful beach just a 20-minute drive south of Taranto. The beach is usually uncrowded, and chances are you’ll have the entire stretch of sand to yourselves!

Taranto for foodies

Italy is a paradise for foodies and with Taranto’s coastal location, it’s the perfect opportunity try some authentic southern Italian cuisine. Head to Trattoria L’Orologio for some of the best food in Taranto, complete with a wonderful menu of authentic southern Italian dishes and an ambient indoor seating area. For upscale Greek-inspired cuisine, head to Albagia Nel Regno Di Mezzo. If you’re craving fresh seafood dishes in a fine-dining setting, Risto Fratelli Pesce is the place to go.

Taranto is situated in the so-called “heel” region of Italy, and was founded by the Spartans in the 8th century BCE.

Top 7 travel tips in Taranto

1. Visit the 15th-century Aragonese Castle

The historic Aragonese Castle is one of the most iconic sights in Taranto. It sits right on the edge of the water on the southeastern side of the old town on the island of Borgo Antico. The construction of the castle began in the 900s by the Byzantines, and then was later finished in the 1400s when the area was ruled by Ferdinand II. You can do a guided tour of the grand castle to learn more about its rich and fascinating history.

2. Explore the Taranto Spartan Museum

The Spartans played a major role in the history of Taranto. You can learn all about the history of the region as well as interesting facts about the Spartans at the Taranto Spartan Museum. A portion of the museum is set in an ancient underground chamber. The space offers a variety of exhibits, artifacts, and recreated pieces from Spartan times.

3. Walk along the Ponte Girevole

Ponte Girevole is an iconic 240-foot-long bridge connecting the modern port of Taranto with the historic island of Borgo Antico. The bridge was built in the late 1880s and operates using a system of hydraulics, with both halves of the bridge able to swing open to let ships pass by!

4. Stroll through the Museo Nazionale Archeologico

If you enjoy learning about history, a visit to the National Archeoloical Museum in Taranto is a must. The museum is home to a collection of rooms depicting the cultures which played a role in the history of Taranto, namely Greek and Roman. Browse old artifacts, bronze jewelry, Renaissance works of art, and intricate mosaic work.

5. See the ruins of Tempio di Poseidon

This incredible old temple dates back to the 6th century BC and was erected in honor of the sea god Poseidon. The Roman-style columns still stand today, and the incredibly sturdy architectural design will blow you away. It’s easy to reach these ruins as they’re situated within the old town district on Borgo Antico Island.

6. Explore the old town district (Borgo Antico)

The old town district of Taranto is called Borgo Antico and is set on a tiny island. Here you can find a plethora of historic sights, attractions, and architecture. Stroll around to admire and photograph the historic city, and stop for a bite to eat at one of the many cafés and eateries here.

7. Swim in the Mediterranean at Isola di San Pietro

Southwest of the city is the Gulf of Taranto, which is home to an archipelago of islands. You can take a ferry to these islands which are home to secluded beaches, wild landscapes, dense forests, and pristine waters. Isola di San Pietro is the largest of the islands and the best one to visit for its beautiful sandy shores.

FAQs: Villas in Taranto

Which types of services can you expect to find at the villas in Taranto?

Out of the services offered by Holidu, it appears that the villas in Taranto have everything that travelers dream of! Here, the villas generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: air-conditioning (76%), garden (71%), and balcony (53%)...Sounds tempting?

How are the reviews for the villas in Taranto?

On average, the villas are quite well rated. Judging by the Holidu data, 29% of villas have a rating average of 4.5 stars. This is a relatively high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are many that are very comfortable and will be the perfect choice for your next vacation.

Are the villas in Taranto suitable for families with children?

Judging by the Holidu data, 59% of villas in Taranto are suitable for families with children, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect villa for you and your family.

Are the villas in Taranto pet-friendly?

For sure! In Taranto, 41% of the villas are pet-friendly, 71% even have a garden!

Do the villas in Taranto generally come with Wi-Fi?

Based on the last year, around 47% of villas in Taranto include Wi-Fi, a rather high percentage!

What are the prices like for villas in Taranto?

According to Holidu's data, there are few villas in Taranto that cost less than $100 per night.

Do the villas in Taranto generally come equipped with a fireplace or a pool?

You're in luck! According to Holidu's data, the villas in Taranto have everything you need all year round. Here, 35% are equipped with a fireplace and 29% a pool.

Are the villas in Taranto suitable for stays with a large group or rather for an escape as a couple?

According to Holidu, 82% of villas are perfect for groups of up to four travelers. Approximately 65% of the villas here are made up of at least two separate bedrooms. This is the ideal destination for small groups of friends!

For a luxury weekend in Taranto, are Villas a good idea?

Some villas are, but others aren't as luxurious. So if you are looking for that special accommodation, don't delay in making a reservation because only 29% have a pool, while 76% have air conditioning none have a sauna. However, if it's space you're looking for, 82% of the villas can accommodate large groups, and 71% have a garden.

Do the villas in Taranto offer outdoor space to enjoy?

53% of villas have a balcony or terrace, and 47% have a view, but since it is not very common so availability can be limited. If this is a priority for you, you should start your research early, and use the filters to be sure to find the villa perfect for you. However, 71% of villas in Taranto have gardens, where you can enjoy the outdoors. If you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues, 41% of the villas have them.

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