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Reviewed July 17, 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for only 3 nights but had a fantastic stay. The rooms are well finished and provide all you require without it trying to be too high end. The grounds are fantastic with no cars allowed to drive around in there which makes it very peaceful and relaxing. The pool is a delight at the end of the day at the beach. The breakfast is beautiful a mix of fruit, omelette or the like and a delicious cake.
We had dinner there on the Friday night which was very nice, I would highly recommend if they cook while you stay.
Cannot recommend this place enough.

Stayed: July 2017, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 29, 2016

First of all I'm still wondering about the denomination 'resort' for this property. It felt more like a campsite with very basic rooms - I'd rather call it 'bunkers' - scattered over the property. The rooms (I guess all are the same) had every modern comfort but they completely lacked cosyness. Bathroom was nice and big enough. Our room was very humid. Our clothes, bedding, towels ... everything felt humid. The area around our 'bunker' looked untended.
The good point was that the location was quiet and the pool was nice.
Breakfast was okay but the choice was limited and one of the ladies couldn't even do a good cappuccino.
We stayed here for 6 nights. I wish we would have stayed elsewhere.
Price/quality was not okay.

  • Stayed: September 2016, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 30, 2014

We spent 6 nights at Mulicchi and overall it was a beautiful experience.

Settled in the countryside among olive and fig trees, far from the crowd, the location is perfect for relaxing. There is a large swimming pool where it is extremely pleasant to spend the hot hours.

The cottages are very calm and allow a perfect rest; rooms are spacious, furnished in a simple but very tasteful way, with attention to all details.
Compared to Italian standards, breakfast is very rich, with mostly local products and different proposals each day.
The owners are always available to help solve little problems and to provide good suggestions about things to do and see.

This is definitely a place to return to and to suggest to good friends.

  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank Max S
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Reviewed October 25, 2012

We stayed in I Mullicchi in June, the best time to visit the Puglia region we were told, for in July and August the Italians themselves travel south for their vacation. And indeed, June is a wonderful time to visit Puglia, if you don't like tourist crowds. The cottages of I Mullichi lie hidden between the olive trees on a hill from where you can drive to both the Ionian and the Adriatic Sea. If you're looking for peace and quiet while being able to enjoy the cultural and natural beauty of the region, this is the place to go. You will need a car, as the nearest shops and restaurants are not within walking distance.

Room:
We rented a superior room, as we were traveling with our two year old child, and we wanted to make sure the room was large enough. I haven't seen the standard rooms from the inside, but it might just be that those are big enough too, for couples traveling with a baby or a toddler. We brought our own cot and there was more than enough space. The cottages are build in a traditional regional style, with thick white walls to keep the heat out. We never used the air conditioning. Each cottage consists of two rooms, but they are build so cleverly, that you never really notice that there's another room adjacent to yours. We had a couch in the room that probably could also function as a bed for third person or a child (you should check). The windows had screens to keep the mosquitos out, which was nice. The bathroom was clean and practical. There's a little refrigerator (minibar), just big enough to store some drinks or some fruit. Everything was very clean and spacious. Outside we had a lovely terrace with an old olive tree right in the middle.

Breakfast:
Breakfast is served on a small terrace outside. All products were fresh and local. Not a very big breakfast buffet, but the quality, we thought, was good.

The pool:
We absolutely loved staying at the pool. Often we would have it to ourselves or we'd have to share it with just a few people. It's right between the olive trees, which makes it so nice. Nothing extravagant, it's a nice pool, with enough sunbeds, but the surroundings will make you feel like you're in paradise (well that's how it was for us anyway).

Also:
The owners are super friendly. We were lucky enough to taste their cooking twice (they don't run a restaurant, but every now and then they cook antipasti and serve really nice simple and fresh dishes).
This is the type of resort for people who like the peace and quiet and don't need much besides a pool.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Stippie
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
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Stayed: September 2018, traveled as a couple
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