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I Giardini di Pomona

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This was a perfect outing for us and our kid. Lots of fruits to taste and lots of fun. The owners... read more

Reviewed October 30, 2017
B0_BGa
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Wonderful place to visit and stay for couple of days. But mind your reservation!

"I Giardini di Pomona" offers accommodation in three comfortable and well-furnished "Trulli"(a... read more

Reviewed August 21, 2017
Andrea L
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Naples, Italy
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The Botanical Conservatory "I Giardini di Pomona" works at preserving the biodiversity of different plant species, providing comfortable accommodations with low impact in beautiful surroundings at the center of Apulia, where the tree provinces of...more
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Contrada Figazzano 114, 72014 Cisternino, Italy
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+39 333 367 0653
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Reviewed October 30, 2017 via mobile

This was a perfect outing for us and our kid. Lots of fruits to taste and lots of fun. The owners were great and the explanations were given to us in English. Also their products are worth a taste. Mmmm

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Reviewed August 21, 2017

"I Giardini di Pomona" offers accommodation in three comfortable and well-furnished "Trulli"(a typical local residence) surrounded by green hills and fig trees. We spent there about one week in August 2017. Paolo, who is the owner and responsible of the "Conservatorio Botanico", is a very...More

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Reviewed August 11, 2017 via mobile

Today, I had the immense pleasure to visit 'Il conservatorio botanico : I giardini di Pomona', in the Puglie region, southern Italy. This botanical garden hosts more than 1000 fruit plants, among which more than 300 fig varieties. I had the privilege to visit the...More

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Reviewed April 23, 2017

Tucked away in the countryside outside Cisternino, the gardens of Pomona are not easy to find although there are signs leading you from the main road. The other thing to bear in mind is that Paulo, the man whose vision it was to establish this...More

1  Thank AndrewJMS
Reviewed August 4, 2016 via mobile

WOW. Came here following the recommendation from Tripadvisor and was not disappointed! Would never have thought this kind of trip would've been this fulfilling (unless you don't care about plants or the ancient Romans, with whom many plants had some connection). Paolo was absolutely fascinating:...More

1  Thank Mystique777
Reviewed January 24, 2016

My family and I loved this place and seriously recommend it. We took a tour of the gardens and I must have sampled somewhere around 20 fig varieties. They grow about several hundred varieties of figs, many of which are genuinely ancient - that’s to...More

2  Thank smirori
Reviewed October 19, 2015

Although we arrived unannounced (we didn't know about booking a tour in advance), Paolo was very gracious and shared with us his passion for the many varieties of fruit trees on the beautiful grounds in the countryside outside Cisternino. His English was very good and...More

Thank Marlene C
Reviewed September 8, 2015 via mobile

We have a fantastic time while we were there. We have plentiful of figs and fun. Thank you Dr Poalo and Maia for the hospitality and the knowledge on fig cultivation shared during our stay there

1  Thank Fig M
Reviewed March 28, 2015

I had the great privilege to meet the owner of Pomona Garden, Paolo Belloni. A former photograph from Milan,dedicated his life to protect the traditional tree species to avoid their extinction. there are 350 different types of fig trees in this garden. Visit this place...More

2  Thank Pinar P
Reviewed June 12, 2014

Paolo and Martine share their passion for figs and the agriculture of the region. I took a group for the tour Paolo shared his passion for every living thing in his piece of heaven. This tour will be on the top of my list next...More

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