The central location of Monopoli creates a perfect base to enrich your holiday Baroque architecture, caves, Neolithic sites and many beautiful villages are a change of hands. Discovering Puglia is the beginning of an adventure that leads to deeply love this region that can be visited all year round.

Autumn and winter, not particularly rigid, simply always choosing products from the land and yielding unique and exclusive landscape views, country festivals, exhibitions and atavistic traditions, which fall the life of these months; spring and summer are the seasons in which the region flourishes and lives intensely of festivals, parties on the beaches and shows.

From Monopoli is very simple taking many of the most important tourist attractions of Puglia, we remember some:
the Caves of Castellana (unique in the world), Polignano a Mare with its ancient village overlooking the sea, the Zoosafari di Fasano , l 'enchanting Valle d'Itria with the Trulli of Alberobello (UNESCO heritage), Castel del Monte (UNESCO heritage), Ostuni , the white city, Bari with its historical center and the Basilica of San Nicola , Matera and its Sassi (UNESCO heritage), Lecce with its baroque art, Grottaglie and its ceramics, the Salento with its beautiful coasts.


Polignano a Mare

Polignano a Mare is one of the most beautiful Italian cities, jewel of Puglia, with its historic center in white stone and with the characteristic balconies overlooking the sea. In Polignano lived Domenico Modugno , famous all over the world for his song " In the blue painted blue ".

Distance: 3 km


Homeland of the trulli known all over the world, the city of Alberobello is heritage World Heritage . The heart of the village, located on a hill, is entirely composed of the characteristic conical roofs of the original houses, made of stone and lime. Walking through the alleys you can admire the uniqueness of more than 1000 trulli, discerning habits and customs typical of the place.

Distance: 21 km
ostuni (4)


Ostuni , one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, located on a small hill overlooking the valley of ancient olive trees. At sunset, the " white city " reflects spectacular colors, recalling images typical of the Greek islands. Stop here for a walk, looking for beauty and good local food.

Distance: 35 km


The roads of Locorotondo , especially in summer, are more alive than ever. The beautiful village, located at the top of a hill, hosts high-level concerts and evocative religious festivals. The " cummerse ", characteristic sloping roofs of the houses in the historic center, emerge from the olive fields of the Valle d'Itria . A perfect place to get lost in search of local flavors and traditions.

Distance: 25 km