Complete with private pool, gymnasium and covered terrace, this stunning three bedroom luxury villa in Puglia combines minimal design with traditional Italian flair.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 7 nights
Bicycles provided for guests
Recycling of all recyclable waste
All food waste composted
Villa Itria is a three bedroom, two bathroom luxury villa found between the municipalities of Locorotondo and Cisternino in Puglia, Italy. Complete with a private pool, outdoor dining area, terraced gardens and a private olive grove, the property is the pinnacle of Mediterranean luxury and affords guests every opportunity to unwind, relax and recharge in the stunning Puglian countryside. Also on offer is the Villa's private gymnasium, making it a great option for guests looking to maintain their fitness during their stay.
The property is finished with a blend of sleek, minimal decor and finishings with a more traditional Italian flair, which creates an atmosphere of elegant simplicity both inside and out. And, guests who enjoy sea swims and beach strolls will be pleased to know that Villa Itria is just a short drive from the nearest beach, making it the perfect choice for parties looking to spend long, languid summer days by the seaside.
Ideal for self-catering guests, Villa Itria is finished with a stunning fully-equipped kitchen, allowing guests to whip up both simple and complex dishes with ease. A separate internal dining room is available, which is the perfect place for long, laid-back family meals and spending quality time together. And, the property's three bedrooms and two bathrooms have an air of refined elegance that makes rest and relaxation feel like second nature.
Puglia is truly one of Italy's most charming, rugged regions, offering guests plenty to do no matter how they like to spend their time. The region is an ideal location to see fantastic displays of various Italian architectural styles, with the Trulli stone huts of Alberobello and the ancient town of Ostuni being just two examples of this. Also well worth a visit is the idiosyncratic 13th century Castel del Monte, with its octagonal shape and bright exterior juxtaposed dramatically against the vivid, blue Puglian sky.
The Puglian capital of Bari, with its labyrinthine old town and charming cobbled streets, makes for an ideal day trip from Villa Itria. And, nature-loving guests will find themselves with plenty to do in this corner of Italy, too. With countless olive groves, beaches, and nature reserves to visit (Torre Guaceto and Le Cesine being just two examples), the region truly has something of value to offer for just about anybody.
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