I visited the Agriturismo Colletta Antonetta in Vieste during the fall - Olive harvest time. I was with my 9 year old son and several friends who also had kids ranging from 6 to 16. We were able to help out one day with the harvest and harvested 4 olive trees with the pickers and then sorted the olives for making oil and those for eating. It was the perfect place to let the kids run free on an olive and fruit farm, play with the animals (goats, hens, a new arrival of baby chicks, a dog and cats), while we, the parents sat on a grapevine covered patio drinking coffee or wine, talking or reading. There were big bunches of grapes overhead that you could grab for a snack anytime. The rooms were simple, but immaculate, and the staff was amazingly helpful - Lino, the owner is very friendly and charming and can speak English; Lucia the cook is amazing! Dinners were unbelievable multi-course pleasures outdoors still in late Oct/early Nov - true old fashioned Italian cooking, leaving you beyond full but still going back for more. We rented a car for the week and drove 10 min to the sandy beaches (Adriatic sea) and the PizzoMunno, and also to the historic town of Vieste where we had dinner out 2 nights. I preferred staying here instead of in Vieste because the peace and quite is amazing, and the experience felt more genuine Puglia than touristy, yet you're still close to go on a whim. The stars at night are amazing. Price was great at 30E. Dinner is an extra 20E.