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Villa Rosato-Charming stay between Trulli and Sea

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13 bedrooms
1 bathroom
4 guests
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Surrunded by the green hills of Fasano, a few kilometers from the main tourist attractions of the area of Bari and Brindisi, rises "Villa Rosato".<BR><BR>Completely renovated in 2013, and keeping the original charm of the existing building in the center of Selva di Fasano, this comfortable complex of 10 apartments is the ideal place to enjoy, at any time of the year, a pleasant stay combining sea and the hills in a single holiday.<BR><BR>Dedicated to a tourist who search for his holiday comfort, courtesy and relaxation, the ten residences offer simple and genuine services, full of style, just like the land that hosts them.<BR><BR>Personalized and finely decorated, with its three driveways and two indipendent parking, make it an ideal place to spend pleasant moments in total tranquility and...Surrunded by the green hills of Fasano, a few kilometers from the main tourist attractions of the area of Bari and Brindisi, rises "Villa Rosato".<BR><BR>Completely renovated in 2013, and keeping the original charm of the existing building in the center of Selva di Fasano, this comfortable complex of 10 apartments is the ideal place to enjoy, at any time of the year, a pleasant stay combining sea and the hills in a single holiday.<BR><BR>Dedicated to a tourist who search for his holiday comfort, courtesy and relaxation, the ten residences offer simple and genuine services, full of style, just like the land that hosts them.<BR><BR>Personalized and finely decorated, with its three driveways and two indipendent parking, make it an ideal place to spend pleasant moments in total tranquility and contact with the typical mediterranean countryside.<BR><BR>The apartments are divided into four lofts of 40 square meters, 3 apartments of about 50 square meters, 2 apartments of 80 square meters, and for those who wish to experience the charm of staying in the famous Trullo, known all over the world for its typical conical roofs, Villa Rosato has also have an apartment-Trullo of 70sqm.<BR><BR>Built up of corbelled limestone slabs,using exclusively the drystone technique, it gives the guest the feeling of living as le local people still nowdays.<BR><BR>Guests can enjoy all the comforts as each apartment, with separate living and sleeping areas, is equipped with: kitchen with cooking and electric oven, fridge and freezer, dishwasher, dishes, pots, washing machine, satellite TV, air conditioning and heating, bed linen, towels, tablecloths, shower and bidet, hair dryer, sofa bed, living area with table and chairs, terrace, alarm system.<BR><BR>The strategic location at walking distance from the main street, guarantees, if wanted, the nightly entertainment of the renowned "Casina Municipale", home of many social and cultural initiatives.<BR><BR>The lively Tennis Club Fasano, also open to external people and located right across the street, organizes recreational activities and hosts various sporting events including the Italian Open circuit.<BR><BR>To mention some routes, at just 2 km driving, you can visit the Safari Park, the largest wildlife park in Europe, with inside the amusement park called "Fasanolandia",with more than 25 attractions for all ages.<BR><BR>For lovers of walking and bike tours, various paths are worth to be discovered: stone walls, almond trees, vineyards, olive trees and breathtaking views overlooking the entire Valley from where you see the neighboring countries and all the coast road from Ostuni to Monopoli.<BR><BR>Sea lovers will have at their disposal kilometres of coastline with a chance to alternate the cliffs of Savelletri and Capitolo with the fine and white beaches of Torre Canne and Rosamarina.<BR><BR>The close villages can be reached in a short time: Savelletri (13 km), Torre Canne (18 km), Rosamarina, Monopoli (22 km), Polignano (26 km) .<BR><BR>How to reach us:<BR><BR>From Bari Palese:<BR><BR>onto the road SS 16 towards Brindisi. After about 60 km take the exit Fasano-Taranto, take the SS 172 and follow the signs to Selva di Fasano.<BR><BR>From Brindisi airport:<BR><BR>take the SS 16 road towards Bari After about 40 km take the exit Fasano-Taranto and take the SS 172 and follow the signs to Selva di Fasano.<BR><BR>By car from the North from the A16 motorway, exit at Bari Nord and take the road SS 16 towards Brindisi. After about 60 km take the exit Fasano-Taranto, take the SS 172 and follow the signs to Selva di Fasano.<BR><BR>By car from the South, from the SS Jonica 106 Bari-Taranto, exit at Martina Franca and continue along the SS 172 direction Locorotondo and Selva di Fasano.<BR><BR>Places to Visit<BR><BR>Alberobello<BR><BR>Alberobello, meaning “beautiful tree”, is the ' Capitale dei Trulli' and the most beautiful and famous trulli town. It is situated on two hills, once separated by a riverbed. The area of Rioni Monti and the Aia Piccola is wholly composed of trulli, over 1000 in total lined up on the side of seven streets. This area has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1996. A visit to this totally unique town is an absolute must during your stay in Puglia.<BR><BR>Martina Franca<BR><BR>Martina Franca is a stunning 18th Century town with a marvellous showcase of baroque and rococo architecture. It is known for its strong white wine, which is used in preparing spumanti and vermouth. It is unlike any other city in the province and is untouched by tourism. Its plan is almost circular, surrounded by a long and very panoramic ring road overlooking the Itria Valley, dotted with trulli.<BR><BR>Martina Franca is home of the world famous opera and classical music 'Festival della Valle d'Itria', now in its 32nd year.<BR><BR>Ostuni<BR><BR>Ostuni is a pre-roman town built on three hills. The beautiful old town centre is made up of steep medieval alleys and is circled by ramparts and many hours can be enjoyed just exploring these gleaming white streets. The cathedral, in the heart of the old quarter has one of the most beautiful facades in Puglia. The focus of town life is the triangular Piazza della Liberta flanked by bars and restaurants where you can sit outside and watch the world go by.<BR><BR>Lecce<BR><BR>Lecce is a clean and spacious town and is to the baroque what Florence is to the renaissance, often being referred to as the “Florence of the South”. There are many things to see in Lecce, of the twenty or so churches in the town, Basilica di Santa Croce is the most impressive. There are ruins of a Roman amphitheatre once capable of accommodating 20,000 spectators, built at the time of Hadrian. To protect its heritage, Lecce's old town has been restored and renovated and is now a pedestrianised zone.<BR><BR>Castellana Grotte<BR><BR>Possibly the most exciting series of caverns in the whole of Italy. First discovered in 1938 the caves are a series of corridors connecting various chambers, rich in stalagmites and stalactites, in alabaster and other coloured stones. The caves are 1.5km long with an average depth of 65m. The Grotta Bianca (the white cave) is considered, by some the most beautiful cavern in the world because of its brilliant crystalline formations.<BR><BR>Matera<BR><BR>Materais located just over the border of Puglia in Basilicata. It is famous for its “sassi” cave dwellings and 120 cave churches, which were dug from the rock in ravines in and around the town. The “sassi” have been inhabited since prehistoric times until 1952 when its peasant population were evicted and re-housed in modern apartments around the new town. The old caves have now become the latest in “designer homes” and over 700 people now live back in the “sassi”. The best view can be obtained on the Strada Panoramica, a scenic road specially built for sightseers. The “sassi” have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993.Filming for the Mel Gibson film "The Passion of the Christ" was done at Matera, and in May/June 2006 scenes for the upcoming Hollywood movie "Nativity" were also shot in and around the town.<BR><BR>Castel del Monte<BR><BR>A mighty fortress built around 1240 by Emperor Frederick II and one of the greatest medieval buildings of Europe. Its plan is octagonal, built around an octagonal courtyard, flanked by 8 towers which are also octagonal, with 8 rooms on each floor. It is still not known why the peculiar mathematical obsession with the number 8 dominates this structure. The castle is located on a hilltop and can be seen for miles around. UNESCO declared the castle a World Heritage Site in 1996.<BR><BR>Locorotondo<BR><BR>Locorotondo is a strikingly beautiful town designed in a circular plan (hence the meaning of the name “round place”). It has been referred to as the “balcony of the Valle d'Itria” as it is set on a hilltop at the heart of the Murge and affords spectacular views of the Itria Valley. It is famous for its white wine and a visit to the Cantina del Locorotondo is certainly recommended. At the centre of the beautiful old town you will find the church of San Marco della Greca, a late Gothic building erected by Piero Del Balzo, Prince of Taranto.<BR><BR>Locorotondo is listed as one of "I Borghi piu belli d'Italia"..the most beautiful villages in Italy."<BR><BR>Cisternino<BR><BR>Cisternino is located 400 metres above sea level between olive groves and pine woodland. The medieval historical centre is almost of Greek appearance and is made up of white terraced houses with external staircases. The heart of the town is the lovely square with its clock tower. During the summer months and patron saints festivities the main square becomes alive with festivals, concerts and shows.<BR><BR>Cisternino is listed as one of "I Borghi piu belli d'Italia"..the most beautiful villages in Italy."More
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Languages spoken:English, Italian, Spanish
Response Rate:100%
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Listed Since:May 2013
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Reviewed March 14, 2016

I stayed in the trullo on the corner. Huge and roomy, beautifully equipped kitchen, very comfortable. There were plenty of brochures and maps of things to see in the area, available in the apartment. Very helpful. I had a lovely stay there, saw so many...More

Date of stay: April 2015
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Date of stay: April 2017
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Date of stay: September 2016
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Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: Ask
Kid Friendly: Yes
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Suitable For Children Under 5
Short Term Rentals (4 Days Or Fewer)
Fishing Nearby
Refrigerator
Washer
Central Heating
Outdoor Dining Area
Towels Provided
Dishwasher
Air Conditioning
Freezer
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
Cycling Trips
Cable/satellite TV
Beach Or Lakeside Relaxation
Parking
Hiking Trips
Shared Yard
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Balcony
Mountain Views
Linens Provided
There Are Tennis Courts Nearby
Horse Riding Nearby
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Watersports Nearby
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Distance cultural interest Places: Zoosafari-Fasanolandia, wildlife park and entertainment, one of the largest in Europe (4 km, 10 min) Castellana Grotte, with its underground cavities (22 km, 26 min) Alberobello, the city of Trulli, heritage (15 km, 20 min) Locorotondo (9.7 km, 15 min) and Martina Franca (17 km, 29 min), overlooking the Valle d'Itria, famous for good wine and good with salami Cisternino its typical white old town and the locals eat meat (15 km, 24 min) Monopoly with its old town full of bars and the castle Carlo V (23 km, 27 min) Polignano a Mare with its terraces overlooking the sea and the birthplace of Domenico Modugno (30 km, 30 min) Ostuni, the city bi
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