For those wanting a unique place to stay, the characteristic Trulli Houses, provide an authentic Apulian experience. Known as the capital of Trulli, Alberobello boasts over 1,500 of these conical-roofed buildings and is a UNESCO Heritage Site that draws thousands of visitors each year. Once used as houses by farmers, many of the Trulli are now home to boutique shops, wine bars and quaint cafés, while some have carefully restored to offer fantastic accommodation. The Trulli provide authentic features and offer comfort with modern amenities. Each individual unit is located in the centre of the town with a private entrance, giving guests a unique experience in this popular town. Friendly staff are on hand to offer advice on the area and a lovely breakfast is set up in a central café each morning.
Located in central Alberobello, amidst the sprawl of whitewashed limestone buildings, you'll be in the heart of the action. A short stroll up the steps to Piazza del Popolo, you'll find a lookout point that offers amazing views over the honeycomb like formation of trulli buildings that make up the picturesque town.