ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES – If you’re planning to visit Apulia, you cannot miss the opportunity to stay in a trullo or a lamia, where time stands still. A magical and exciting experience that is worth living at least once!
Immersed in the natural beauty of the Itria Valley, the resort Trulli le Pupe is located in the picturesque village of San Michele Salentino, a few steps from Ceglie Messapica and is the ideal choice for discovering the territory of Salento, with its amazing beaches, characteristic villages and sea caves. Just cross the entrance gate of the estate to feel welcomed into a truly authentic setting, with the great charm of the Apulian peasant tradition. The design of interior is fresh, with sober colours and contemporary furnishings that reflect the personal tastes of the owners, who will guide you on unique and exciting adventures. In addition to enjoying maximum relaxation in the facility, you will have the opportunity to do many activities and discover the traditions of the area, from food to art and folklore. Nothing is left to improvisation and a careful selection is made to offer customised and quality experiences that will surprise the guest. Every moment spent in this exclusive oasis will be a treasured memory of your journey to the heart of the Itria Valley.
The complex consists of 5 architectural units, including a lamia and four completely renovated trulli. Each trullo has an independent entrance and is composed of a double bedroom and bathroom with shower; each room is furnished in an essential but functional style and offers a relaxing atmosphere.
The lamia, an example of peasant architecture of rare beauty is composed of a living room, kitchen, two double bedrooms and a bathroom with shower. Two verandas are available to guests, one overlooking the pool area and the other one over the estate. The highlight of the property is the salt swimming pool with Roman step entrance and large hydromassage area, with adjoining solarium area perfect for relaxing in the sun. Outside there is also a large covered pergola, equipped with a dining table and outdoor kitchen to enjoy moments of conviviality with friends and family. For the milder evenings there’s a relaxation area with brazier surrounded by the typical lights of Salento. Guests can benefit of a barbecue, brick oven and a small vegetable garden surrounded by magnificent olive trees. For sea lovers, the villa is just 15 km from the golden sandy beaches of Apulia. The town of Ceglie Messapica is a strategic point for food and offers several restaurants, shops and services that can be reached in less than 1.5 km.
Guests can park inside the estate which is completely fenced, for the utmost safety during the stay.
* Air conditioning in all rooms
** Pets allowed max. 2 of small size
Water, electricity, gas for kitchen use, weekly supply of bedlinen and towels, air conditioning, Internet connection (wi-fi), pool towels
Final cleaning: € 250
Tourist tax: to pay directly to the owner if due
Heating: measured on consumption up to the market’s rates
Nearest Town Centre: San Michele Salentino 2 Km
Nearest Highway: Bari 106 Km
Nearest Airport: Brindisi 40 Km, Bari 110 Km
Nearest Beach:Specchiolla 15 Km
Nearest Services and Shops: San Michele Salentino 2 Km
Attractions within 100 Km:Alberobello, Ostuni, Brindisi, Lecce, Polignano a Mare, Porto Cesareo, Martina Franca, Matera
San Michele Salentino is the northernmost town in Salento and rises over 200 meters above sea level, in the heart of the Itria Valley. In addition to the characteristic historic center, you can admire the countless natural beauties with pleasant walks in the uncontaminated nature or bike excursions.
Within a few minutes drive there’s Ceglie Messapica, one of the oldest towns in the region which boasts the recognition of land of art and food. The area is characterized by the presence of the famous trulli, farms, centuries-old olive groves and karst caves. The coast of the Adriatic Sea can be reached in about 15 minutes, with the beaches of Specchiolla, also perfect for children thanks to its shallow water area. About 15 km away there’s Ostuni, a truly charming village known as the ‘white city’ for its white lime buildings and houses. Here social life is lively and well organised; in August two famous events are organized not to be missed: the Festival Altri Tempi, with displays of ancient traditions and stands of typical food prepared by the inhabitants of the old city and La Cavalcata, a parade on horseback in honor of Sant’Oronzio, patron saint of the city.
There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write one.