Apulia, Val d Itria
The Val d'Itria is a large valley in the central north of Apulia (Puglia) with access to the Adriatic sea on the east coast and the Ionic sea to the south and west. A beautiful area it is characterised by lovely beaches, antique dry stone 'Trulli' houses and original hill top towns and villages, all within excursion distance from each other.
The Valle d'Itria, also known as the 'Valley of the Trulli', is famous for its picturesque countryside and trulli towns. Rolling hills of patchwork fields divided by dry stone walls separate the picturesque towns valley towns of Alberobello, recently included as one of UNESCO's world heritage site from the colourful and deliciously untouched hilltop towns of Locorotondo, Ostuni, Martina Franca and Ceglie Massapico.
Within a short distance are beautiful sandy beaches of the Ionic or Adriatic sea where one can use the free beaches or rent a sunlounge and umbrella in one of the many beach establishments.
Holiday villas, apartments and trulli for vacation rental in Apulia are available on the following pages. Use our search boxes or browse our featured villas to find suitable holiday accommodation for your friends or family. Our area of Val d'Itria currently covers Alberobello, Ostuni, Martina Franca, and Lecce, but we are adding new structures and locations continually. All of our structures are personally inspected by our managers to ensure that they meet the standards we require.
To do in Val d'Itria
- Visit the characteristic trulli villages around Alberobello
- Join in the passegiata in many of the small and medium towns
- Spend some time in Ostuni, Martina Franca and the other hill towns
- Sample the local wines and olive oil at the vinyards and oil farms
A fine example of the white hilltop towns in the Itria Valley
An original and lively hill town close to the Adriatic seas sandy beaches
A lovely hill town between the Ionic and Adriatic seas
A magical town of characteristic conical houses called Trulli