Central Puglia Holidays

The centre of this large region is characterised by the fertile Murgia plateau which forms a gently rolling landscape dotted with olive groves. Many of our hotels are located in or near the Itria Valley which is famous for the strange trulli houses and picturesque whitewashed villages. This area is also a great destination for those in search of a relaxing beach holiday, as the superb coastlines of both the Adriatic and the Ionian seas with fine sandy beaches are only a short drive away. Make sure you take the time to visit a masseria where you can taste the extra virgin olive oil and locally made wines.

Inghams operate a telephone Rep service in Central Puglia.

  • from£310pp
  • 49 rooms
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Hotel Masseria Chiancone Torricella is a pretty farmhouse dating back to 1600 and is located close to Martina Franca. It's got a lovely outdoor pool and is surrounded by holm oaks and olive groves.

  • from£380pp
  • 149 rooms
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The Hotel Del Levante is in a perfectly central location, making it a great base for any guests wanting to explore the local sites, including the Castellana Caves and the 'white town' of Ostuni.

  • 24 rooms
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We love staying at this hotel - it feels incredibly authentic thanks to the rooms being located in trulli houses. The staff are excellent and the food is out of this world. Everything on your plate will come from nearby the hotel and the owners know all the best suppliers. The outside areas are just as nice. You can expect a lovely, quiet pool to relax by and stunning countryside views. 

  • from£397pp
  • 53 rooms
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This small luxury hotel is a few steps from the sea, with a relaxing saltwater pool and Aqua Spa. It's in a great location on the Adriatic coast, just a short drive from Central Puglia's beautiful towns and beaches. 

  • from£374pp
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Staying in a trullo in Alberobello is definitely one for the bucket list! The town is filled with these conical-roofed buildings, earning it a UNESCO World Heritage status. The trulli are all centrally located and have been modernised to include WiFi and air conditioning. They're lovely and spacious and have a traditional decor. They are all central too so you can step outside your door and be within walking distance of the shops, bars and cafes. 

  • from£416pp
  • 40 rooms
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This hotel is a great option if you want to be within walking distance of Ostuni - one of Puglia's prettiest towns where there's plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to fill your evenings. It's a modern hotel with comfy rooms and a nice bar for a nightcap. There's a small pool on top of the cliff that the hotel's built into where you can get some great Instagram-worthy shots of Ostuni.

  • from£353pp
  • 48 rooms
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Fully immerse yourself in Italian history and culture by staying at the Tenuta Monacele, experience sleeping in a Trulli house or traditional Masseria.

  • from£465pp
  • 58 rooms
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This is a modern hotel with a great location. It's right on the coast, about two kilometres from the lively town of Polignano a Mare - a place known for it's sea views and ice cream. We love the spacious rooms here, each one has a private patio. There's also two great pools and a wellness area.

Useful Information
Information about Central Puglia
Resort Code ITPG
Currency EUR
Latitude 41.0067419
Longitude 16.1668624
Travel and Transportation

Car hire available: Yes

Evening resort bus service: No

Local bus services:

Parking available: Yes

Resort Ski bus available: No

  • from£1158pp
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A small group escorted tour exploring this beautiful unspoilt region of Italy. Famous for its trulli, strange conical roofed houses, Puglia also has impressive baroque architecture and a beautiful coastline, which is now starting to attract its deserved attention.

  • from£659pp
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See Italy at its most authentic on this self-drive tour through Puglia and Basilicata. See the sun-kissed lands where whitewashed towns cling to clifftops above the sparkling sea. 

  • from£929pp
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Enjoy a this eleven night self-drive tour through Puglia and Basilicata, see the enchanting castles, ancient hilltop towns, villages perched on the clifftops and really immerse yourself in the southern Italian way of life, sampling delicious local foods as you go. 

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This self-drive tour of Puglia and the Amalfi Coast, is a great way of seeing the best that these regions have to offer. Start out in Puglia, with its ancient landscapes of olive groves and castles, dotted with trulli houses and then head up the Amalfi Coast, to explore the UNESCO villages, Sorrento, the Island of Capri and buzzing Naples. We've got it all planned out for you, so you just need to come along and enjoy the drive. 

Good to know

  • Hire a car to make the most of exploring the region
  • Look out for sun bathing spots on the rocks beside the crystal-clear sea
  • Try the sparkling white wine DOC made in Locorotondo
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