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Puglia real estate, masseria and trulli for sale

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Puglia, on the heel of the Italy’s boot-shaped landmass, is the home of the trulli, the whitewashed stone conical buildings that are a unique example of Puglia property and have become a great feature of many restored villas.

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Puglia also known as Apulia, has two coasts facing the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. This is a region of glorious contrasts, from the gold sandy beaches of the Salento area south of Ostuni to the more rocky coastline of Bari and Brindisi. A region that has the flat plains of the southern Puglia, with beautiful olive groves, as well as the woods and high cliffs of the Gargano area in northern Puglia.

And if you have your eye on trulli for sale or any other type of property in Puglia, Gargano should be high up on your list. The area offers stunning views of the coast as well as the islands of Tremiti, a relaxing oasis of paradise and natural beauty.

Gargano is ideal for trekking and walking. But it is also a delight to discover its natural grottos and relax on the pristine beaches. The villages of Lesina, Peschici, Rodi Garganico and Vieste, possibly Gargano’s most famous resort, are also lovely to visit.

Many Italian and foreign investors looking to buy property in Italy are also drawn to Puglia’s Ionian coast. This is a great summer location, famous for its beaches and many restaurants and trendy bars, frequented by families and young groups alike. Buying Puglia property here guarantees excellent rental returns.

One of the best-known resorts is Gallipoli, where the rise in the property in Puglia market over the past 20 years has been characterised by the increase in demand for modern apartments facing the sea. Porto Cesareo, between Taranto and Gallipoli, is characterised by the presence of a white long sandy beach on the west side and a deep sea on the east side, ideal for scuba diving. Santa Maria al Bagno is a charming little village situated in the bay that runs from Gallipoli to Santa Caterina. In medieval times this town was a fortified fortress and today it is still possible to see the ruins of four towers.

At the bottom of Apulia there is Pescoluse and the famous Gagliano del Capo, part of the province of Lecce, where the Adriatic meets the Ionian Sea. This area is ideal those looking for a peaceful location because although it is well known for sailing and olive oil, it is also famous for its slow pace of life.

The area of Salento is rich in history, with the Aragonese Castle of Otranto. Otranto is a historic seaside town and port on the Adriatic coast. Once an important Greek and Roman port, it was later ruled by the Byzantines, the Normans and the Aragonese.

For the most perfect selection of trulli for sale in an idyllic setting, the home of the trulli for sale, visit Alberobello, a picturesque town mainly built with trullo cones and now site of the Unesco World Heritage Site.

Between Brindisi and Bari lies Ostuni, called the White City and immediately recognisable from whitewashed walls and buildings visible from miles away. Surrounded by olive trees, the city is built on a hilltop and has Greek origins. It boasts characteristic Mediterranean features as well as hints of the Middle Age with little narrow alley, steps and path.

It would be a shame not to stop for a coffee in Ostuni’s historic centre, with its large piazza and panoramic view of the blue sea. And by night its whitewashed buildings light up the hill to spectacular effect.

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