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Vacation house for 6 people in Marina di Mancaversa, with balcony, child-friendly
Marina di Mancaversa, Salento
$60per night
Villa for 3 people in Patù, with ocean view and garden
13 reviews
Patù, Salento
$123per night
Apartment for 4 people in Rivabella, with balcony
1 bedrooms, 4 pers.
16 reviews
Rivabella, Salento
$101per night
Vacation house for 4 people in Europe, with terrace, with pets
1 review
Brindisi Province
$74per night
Vacation house for 2 people in Ceglie Messapica, with garden
10 reviews
Ceglie Messapica, Brindisi Province
$44per night
Vacation house for 7 people in Torre Dell'orso, with garden, with pets
Torre Dell'orso, Salento
$97per night
Apartment for 2 people in Gallipoli
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
Gallipoli, Salento
$61per night
Apartment for 5 people in Gallipoli, with balcony, with pets
Gallipoli, Salento
$60per night
Vacation house for 3 people in Europe, with balcony
2 reviews
Brindisi Province
$61per night
Villa for 12 people in Porto Cesareo, with garden, with pets
Porto Cesareo, Salento
$113per night
Apartment for 2 people in Chiesiola, with garden
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
20 reviews
Chiesiola, Foggia Province
$56per night
Vacation apartment for 4 people in Specchia, with balcony and pool, with pets
Specchia, Salento
$125per night
Apartment for 4 people in Santa Maria al Bagno
1 bedrooms, 4 pers.
17 reviews
Santa Maria al Bagno, Salento
$60per night
Large vacation apartment for 6 people in Marina di Mancaversa, with balcony and ocean view
Marina di Mancaversa, Salento
$85per night
Vacation house for 4 people in Ortelle, with garden
Ortelle, Salento
$62per night
Apartment for 8 people in Gallipoli, with balcony and ocean view, with pets
Gallipoli, Salento
$303per night
Apartment for 5 people in Porto Cesareo, with terrace
1 bedrooms, 5 pers.
28 reviews
Porto Cesareo, Salento
$168per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Pescoluse, with terrace
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
11 reviews
Pescoluse, Salento
$96per night
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Highlights in Apulia

  • Pilgrims Church in San Giovanni Rotondo
  • UNESCO World Heritage Stone Houses in Alberobello
  • 13th century Castel del Monte
  • Tremit archipelago for nature lovers
  • Guided tour through the famous stalactite cave Grotte di Castellana
  • Wine and citrus fruits from the region

Most popular in Apulia

Pool 2,676
Internet 6,638
Pet allowed 4,953
Balcony/Terrace 6,467
TV 9,645
Air conditioning 8,438
Garden 5,825
Parking 8,900
Washing machine 8,212

Apartments in Apulia

Experience the original Italian flair at first hand

In the region of Apulia, which stretches from the "Spore" to the "heel" of the Italian "boot", you will find countless holiday accommodations where you can really relax. The stone cottages inside provide a refreshing coolness on hot summer days and offer you the perfect place to relax with a shaded terrace in the Mediterranean garden. Apartments and apartments are offered especially near the beaches and in the cities, where you will find many shops and restaurants.

Enjoy the seclusion in the midst of a unique natural landscape

Apulia is the ideal place if you want to relax far away from the hustle and bustle of tourists. Because many vacation rentals are in a secluded location, surrounded by olive groves and a wide landscape. From here you can also enjoy the wide view of the sea. Often there is an own staircase to the next small beach bay at the accommodations at the sea, where you can enjoy the nature completely alone.

Holiday in Apulia

Location and orientation

Holidays in the South of Italy

Apulia is a region in the southeast of Italy. The capital of the region, which lies on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, is Bari. In the south the peninsula Salento occupies the entire "boot heel" of the Italian mainland. The Punta Palascìa near Otranto is the easternmost point of Italy and about 80 kilometres away from the coast of Albania.

Explore landscapes, provinces and cities

Apulia's landscape is characterized by wide plains, hills and to a small extent by mountains. The region includes the mountainous peninsula and province of Gargano, the offshore Tremiti Islands and the provinces of Foggia, Brindisi, Bari, Lecce, Taranto and Barletta-Andria-Trani. In addition to the capital Bari, the port cities Brindisi and Gallipoli are also important places in Apulia. The Monti della Daunia mountain range is located on the border with Campania.

Beautiful bays lure with cool water
Beautiful bays lure with cool water

Travelers and Activities

Dreamlike holiday destination for beach lovers

Apulia stretches along more than 700 kilometres of coastline. Here you will find picturesque beaches, sometimes kilometres long and sometimes hidden in small bays. Often there is a real Caribbean flair with snow-white sandy beaches. The most beautiful beaches can be found on the Gargano Peninsula, which is part of the Gargano National Park. Here, wooded areas and unique stretches of coastline await you to explore.

Exploring Puglia by bike

Many accommodation providers provide their guests with bicycles for hire. With these you can discover the charming surroundings in an uncomplicated way. There are signposted cycle paths in the province of Lecce. Otherwise you can use the normal roads, paths and paths. By the way, there are guided mountain bike tours through the Salento.

Things to know

Spend your trip to Italy with pleasure

In Apulia, olives, almonds, prickly pears, grapes and citrus fruits thrive due to the perfect climate. You should definitely get these fruits fresh from the market and let them melt on your tongue. In addition, Apulia is an important wine region, where mainly red wines of the grape varieties Negroamaro, Primitivo and Nero di Troia are cultivated.

Trulli' is the name given to the old stone houses of the farmers, which today often serve as holiday accommodation.

Top 5 tips for holidays on the Adriatic coast

View of the harbour
View of the harbour

1 A special destination in Puglia is the town of San Giovanni Rotondo. Father Pio spent his life here and pilgrims from all over the world can visit the Pilgrims' Church. Not only for believers this is an ideal destination in Puglia to get an insight into the culture and tradition.

If you want to learn more about the history and tradition of this area, visit Alberobello. This is the home of the trulli. These are ancient stone houses built without mortar with a conical roof. Because of their uniqueness, they were even included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996.

3 Another World Heritage Site is located in Puglia: Castel del Monte Castle, near Andria. It was built in the 13th century under Frederick II of Hohenstaufen and is a true masterpiece of medieval architecture. The eight halls on the ground floor and the first floor, which are arranged in an octagon, are particularly noteworthy for their octagonal layout. Above the walls there are also eight octagonal towers - the number eight therefore played a special role in the construction.

A dream destination in Puglia are the five islands of the Tremit archipelago. The group consists of San Domino, San Nicola, Capraia, Cretaccio and Pianosa. This small paradise is the ideal combination of the history and nature of Puglia and invites you to discover them in this wonderful place.

5 A highlight of Puglia is also the Grotte di Castellana. A cave system discovered in the 18th century. This unique, beautiful stalactite cave with vaults up to 60 meters high can even be admired during a guided tour. The temperature is constant at 15°C all year round.