Description

Stay at Villa Alina, a stunning 270m² Italian trullo nestled in the heart of Salento. With its Apulian style conical roofs and modern amenities, Villa Alina offers you and your guests an authentic Italian escape in one of the most beautiful and unspoiled regions of Italy.

With 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, Villa Alina can comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests. Three of the bedrooms are furnished with a queen-size bed and have an en-suite bathroom with toilet and shower. The fourth bedroom is furnished with 2 twin beds.

Completely renovated in 2011, Villa Alina consists of 11 cones and sits on a vast 23,000 m² estate that extends to the sea. Discover one of Villa Alina's three lounges areas indoor or outdoor and relax on the comfortable sofas with a book or with your guests to pass the time. On a beautiful sunny day, you're invited to lounge by the pool, decorated with cobalt blue mosaic tiles and swim a few laps if you wish. For lunch, you and your guests can use the outdoor kitchen under the large gazebo and enjoy your meals at the outdoor terrace. Villa Alina also has a large kitchen indoors in the main house, fully equipped with everything you may need to prepare a feast. In the evenings, choose from one of the outdoor living areas to sit back and enjoy an aperitif or a cocktail with your guests.

Decorated in a modern style with high-end designer furnitures, Villa Alina offers a modern ambiance with a touch of elegance. Villa Alina is surrounded by more than 800 trees on the estate including a variety of olive, almond, fig, plum and walnut trees. The estate is fenced off, secure and accessible only via a private road. Parking is available on the estate for up to 10 cars.

Villa Alina is only a twenty minutes drive from the Brindisi airport and nearby towns of Ostuni, Lecce, Alberobello. Just a few minutes away, you and your guests can step into the white shores of the Adriatic coast. From Villa Alina you can easily access many untouched beaches and enjoy the crystal clear water of the Mediterranean sea.

Book your exceptional stay in Italy today and stay at our Villa Alina!

Amenities

Wifi
TV
Linge
Oven
Hob
Microwave
Coffee machine
Toaster
Fridge
Freezer
Dishwasher
Fan
Barbecue

Features

Air-conditioning
Balcony / terrace
Elevator
Garden
Secure parking
Swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool
Jacuzzi
Sauna / Steaming room
Inhouse gym
Pet friendly

Description - Apulia

Apulia, a region of southern Italy forming the heel of the "boot", is renowned for its whitewashed towns in the hills, their centuries-old farmland and hundreds of kilometers of Mediterranean coastline. Bari, the capital, is a vibrant university and port city, while Lecce is known as the "South Florence" because of its Baroque architecture. Alberobello and the Itria Valley are home to "trulli", stone houses with conical roofs characteristic of the region, suspended between nature, history, tradition, taste and spirituality, to visit twelve months a year.
 
From the sandy beaches of Torre dell'Orso and Porto Cesario to the rocky shores of Otranto and Santa Maria di Leuca, where the calm and limpid Ionian Sea meet and the Adriatic Sea, an intense blue color, the possibilities for lovers of the sea are virtually endless: from Gallipoli "Pearl of Salento" to Gargano the "Spur of Italy" that stretches in the clear waters of the sea sheltering the beautiful Tremiti Islands.

Nature again plays the leading role with the Gargano and Murges National Park, with the wild Foresta Umbra, the salt marshes and the lakes. The marine protected area of Torre Guaceto, the deep ravines of Laterza and the dolines of Altamura - which with their remarkable landscapes characterize the interior territory of the region - are also worth visiting.

And for those who prefer to dive into history, Apulia offers a wide range of sites that evoke the ancestral origins of this land: from prehistory to Great Greece, the imperial era to the Renaissance, the glory of the Baroque of Lecce and Salento. The trulli, for example those from the Itria Valley, are an incredible testimony to the region's rural past, while many castles dot the south coast, evoking the time when goods and dangers came by sea.