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OUR MAIN AREA IS

PUGLIA

THE UP AND COMING SPOT OF ITALY

The "Heel of the boot"

Puglia is deep south in the Italian Boot. The Valle D’Itria and Lecce are the two main areas for holiday properties, as they feature: 
  • Close proximity to both BRI and BDS Airports
  • Both low-cost and standard carriers flights
  • Flying from multiple destinations in Europe
  • 10% Tourism increase in 2018 compared to 2017
  • In excess of 530 miles of coastline
"Baroque architecture and Adriatic beaches in the heel of Italy" an article of the NYT placing Puglia at the 18th place of the 52 destinations to visit in 2019
"Italy’s Puglia: why homebuyers are now hot on the heel. Long seen as the poor relation to Tuscany’s ‘Chianti-shire’, the region is attracting more international buyers"
Luxury travel stylist Maria Paradisis road tripped solo through Puglia and Basilicata and her travel photo album is cause for a serious case of wanderlust.
Where the fashion people go: Puglia Designers, actresses and stylists have kept the secret charms of Italy's heel to themselves. "Puglia won’t be off the beaten track for long."

A tale of two seas

One of the great things about Puglia is its close proximity to the East and West coasts. Locals choose where to go according to the wind of the day, to always get a tranquil seaside

  • West Coast faces the Adriatic sea
  • The East Coast is in the smaller Ionian Sea
  • Mostly low and accessible sandy beaches with some rocky bits named 'scogli'
  • Higher more panoramic cliffs towards the very South
  • Cristalline seaside to be enjoyed from April to October

The features of Puglia

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WE ALSO WORK IN

OTHER REGIONS

ACROSS ITALY

Rome and Tuscia

Hills nad historical towns in the region of Viterbo and in close proximity of the “eternal” city of Rome, home to La Dolce Vita. West Coast seaside within reach.

Como and Piedmont

The Lakes region within easy reach from Milan, and the still lesser known area of Turin and Piedmont, home to good value villas and world class wines such as Barolo

Tuscany and Umbria

The world-famous region of Tuscany with its Chianti wines and yellow hills with Cipressi trees, and its new and up and coming sister region Umbria

Sicily

Possibly the best food of Italy coupled with a region that had cultural influences from the Arabs, Nordmans and Spanish all of whom left their monuments, creating rich stone-coloured towns