A Magical Place to Spend a Relaxing Holiday in Italy

Sometimes you stumble upon a vacation idea that leaves you speechless, and this Trullo located in Cisternino, Brindisi, Apulia, Italy does exactly that. You get the entire house during your stay which accommodates 5 guests, with 3 bedrooms, 5 beds, and one bathroom. A trullo (Trulli plual) is a traditional Apulian dry stone hut with a conical roof. This style of construction is specific to the Itria Valley, which is in the Murge area of the Italian region of Apulia. This style of home design was generally constructed to provide temporary field shelters and storehouses, or to be used as permanent dwellings by agricultural laborers, and small proprietors.

This vacation rental has an indoor fireplace which is one of the few home designs in the area that has this feature. In Cisternino, with its characteristic farmyard nestled in the Itria Valley, this intimate complex of trulli dates all the way back to the 1800s and has been restored according to tradition. This beautiful vacation home design is a magical place to spend a relaxing holiday away.

Inside the characteristic and airy courtyard is a complex of 1800's trulli that were recently restructured according to the traditions of the master trullari. The town is far from the noisy traffic and the noises of the larger cities, and in this corner of nature, you can spend a vacation close to nature and the beauty that Puglia offers. Cisternino in Contrada Carperi is in the heart of the picturesque Valle d'Itria, which is immersed in a setting made up of farmhouses, ancient olive trees, and trulli. This location between Bari and Brindisi allows you to visit places of both historical and cultural interest, from the beautiful Apulian sea to the inland territories to include Alberobello, Castellana Grotte, and Martina Franca.

The vacation home design consists of 1 lamia, 3 cones, and 1 alcove. The result is a vacation rental that is a welcoming environment, making it perfect for a peaceful and relaxing vacation away. The home consists of two bedrooms, one double bedroom, and one twin bedroom, with a single loft room inside the main cone of the house and accessible with retractable stairs, a living room, kitchen, and bathroom. The entire home design was renovated in 2005 by the local trullari masters, which perserved the original appearance and enhanced the characteristic architectural design elements such as the stone arches and niches. The vacation rental had all the comforts of home. There is a large square outside with a barbecue corner that allows you to spend evenings in total tranquility.

The Italian vacation home design has 5 beds, one double bedroom, one double room, one single loft bedroom accessible with retractable stairs, a living room with fireplace stove, an equipped kitchen, a bathroom with shower and washing machine and equipped solarium terrace. The vacation rental has heating and air conditioning, a barbecue, a washing machine and a drying rack for sunny days.

Cisternino is a town in the province of Brindisi in Apulia, located on the coast of south-eastern Italy, which is about 50 kilometers north-west of the city of Brindisi. The main economic activities of the city are tourism, dairy farming, and the growing of olives and grapes. Cisternino sits in a historic zone of the Itria Valley, which is known for its prehistoric conical, dry-stone houses that are called trulli. The trulli are preserved under the UNESCO safeguards because of their cultural significance, with dry stone walls and its fertile soil which makes it the home design of the Salento wine region. This architectural design is typical of the region with an old historical center containing white-washed, stone buildings with cool, shaded, cave-like interiors, narrow streets, and churches. The town also features several community squares, with each built on the edge of the hill allowing for some spectacular landscapes. In Cisternino and the surrounding area, there have been several Bronze Age finds, to include different types of hand tools. Evidence suggests that these were also the seasonal home to ancient hunter-gatherer humans.

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