Apartment for 4 people right on the Canale Grande.2/22By gondola to the holiday home
Venice | Discover the famous lagoon city and feel like a true Venetian with an authentic apartment situated between canals and narrow streets.
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Holiday home for max. 5 persons on the Italian Adriatic Coast3/22The best at the Italian Adriatic Coast
Italian Adriatic Coast | Here we'll show you the accommodation at the Italian Adriatic Coast, which has received the best reviews from our customers.
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For example stay in „Capo Nord“ – a hotel resort with luxurious apartments.
4/22Vacation on a private island
Albarella | Here you have the pleasure of enjoying complete relaxation in secure privacy. Isola d‘Albarella cannot be accessed by the public and is only open for inhabitants and vacationers.
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5/22Best holiday resort in Italy
Lido degli Estensi | The bathing resorts of the Lidi Ferraresi line up like a string of pearls on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Holidaymakers especially like Lido degli Estensi, which has been selected as the best holiday resort 2015.
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6/22Best holiday resort Italy
Venice | When in Venice it is a must to take either a water taxi or opt for a gondola when passing through the canals. Atraveo vacationers selected this city as the best Italian holiday resort for 2013.
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Secluded country house for up to 12 people in Tuscany.7/22Holiday with your own pool
Italy | Give your Italian holiday the perfect touch in a holiday home with its own pool: Splash about with the whole family in the water or let yourself completely relax.
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8/22Best holiday resort Italy
Rome | There could not have been a more prominent winner! The Italian capital has received the best reviews from our customers, and is therefore the best holiday resort in Italy.
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Reviews from our customers
This is how holiday rental owners described Monopoli
POLIGNANO: only 3 km from Monopoli stands the city that both inspired the famous singer-songwriter Domenico Modugno for its beautiful and romantic coastline and its sea blue. Balconies overlooking the ...
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important artistic sites in the beautiful historic center of town. To signal the presence of numerous restaurants with a menu of fish;
the coast, a town known for its coastline (Chapter) full of beaches and fun. Chapter is the favorite summer residence of young people with its nightclubs and its numerous beaches. And full of life and movement day and night.
Castellana Caves: Puglia small town famous for its beautiful and mysterious caves discovered by caving Rings in 1938
Castellana Grotte also has an ancient and interesting historical center
Egnatia between chapters and Savelletri, about 7 km from Monopoli, the city was mentioned by Pliny and Horace, is known for its ancient and mysterious ruins complete with acropolis, necropolis and tombs Messana.
FASANO: A few kilometers away, the city has been notified by the presence of the famous 'Zoo Safari', with the rarest specimens of Savannah as well as an aquarium and a large amusement park.
PUTIGNANO: only 20 km away, famous for its ancient carnival (about 600 years) and the small but charming 'cave of the trulli' Putignano also boasts interesting churches in the baroque style site along the old town.
NUTS: Country enogastronomy, about 25 km from Monopoli, interesting from the point of view of culture and folklore, boasts numerous fairs and festivals.
ALBEROBELLO: UNESCO world heritage, only 18 km from Monopoli, of very considerable importance to its typical buildings: I Trulli, a walk through the streets of Alberobello is reminiscent of times past .....
LOCOROTONDO: In Itria valley, 20 km from Castellana Grotte, Locorotondo is known for its circular shape and for its valuable historical center, as well as for its fine wines.
MARTINA FRANCA: A 30 km from Monopoli, a large country of great cultural and artistic interest. Interesting is the old town with its baroque architecture.
OSTUNI: About 30 km, also known as 'the white city', a powerful and majestically beautiful, jewel, its white, its ancient houses, its churches and its people: everyone remembers the world of fairy tales,
walk around the streets of the historic center is a unique experience
* Zoo-Safari and fantasy park for children in Fasano
* Trulli in Alberobello
* The ruins of Egnazia
* The Caves in Castellana Grotte
* The Itrian Valley
* Ostuni, the Apulia "white town"
* Conversano with the Romanesque-Pugliese cathedral, the Benedictine ...
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* the historical town of Polignano a Mare and its balconies on the sea
* and... MONOPOLI with its beautiful old town, its walls, its port, its fish market, its beaches, its coves and rocks on the clearest sea
Places to be visited within a ray of 50-70 Km:
* Bari, the main city of Puglia region, with its old town "Bari vecchia" theatre of the local "movida", a mixture of fashion bars, clubs and restaurants with good local food
* Taranto, where is located an important Museum , Museo Nazionale, of Magna Grecia
* Matera and its "Sassi" (caves) used until the second world war as houses, become famous in the novel "Cristo si è fermato a Eboli"
* Lecce and its baroque
show more It is also known as a City of One Hundred Districts. Here visitors will find many wonderful accommodations, vacation rentals, condo rentals, apartment rentals and villa rentals.
Take a stroll around the beautiful small harbour, checking out all the boats, watching the fishermen repair their nets and watching the fish darting about in the azure water, grab an ice cream and watch the world go by. Explore the old quarter and its myriad passageways, narrow roads and alleys, you are sure to get lost as you dive down every little turn. After a day of exploring return to your Italian accommodation, apartment rental and simply relax.
This city is rich in history and a well sought after destination for history lovers.
Monopoli’s main sites include the Castle of Charles V, the Coastal castle of St. Stephen, the Jerusalem Hospital, the Cathedral Basilica, Purgatorio Church ,and the Palazzo Palmieri. Make sure not to miss out Jerusalem Hospital, founded in 1350 by the Hospitaller and the Cathedral Basilica.
With plenty of unspoilt coast, clear blue seas and the beautiful countryside given over to mainly olive production, orchards and almond trees, it is easy to understand why Italian tourists arrive in droves during the summer, festivals and holidays. There are over 2 dozen sandy beaches dotted along the 8 miles of this part of the coast and many other bathing opportunities from the low lying rocks.
The fairly central location of Monopoli and close proximity to the excellent coast road make it a good base to explore the area with lots to see and do close by, a peaceful break lazing by beach holiday from one of the many wonderful coves.
Rent a holiday home on the Italian Adriatic Coast
The Italian Adriatic Coast stretches from Lecce in southern Italy to Trieste on the border with Slovenia and includes many notable cities, towns and beach resorts. Consequently there are plenty of great locations in which to rent a holiday home or holiday house on the Italian Adriatic Coast including Venice, Rimini and Brindisi.
Great Italian Adriatic Coast holiday house destinations
Visitors who rent a holiday apartment in Venice can enjoy the city's magnificent attractions including St Mark's Square, the Basilica of di San Marco, Santa Maria della Salute and The Doge's Palace. Alternatively, if you book a holiday house or rent a holiday apartment in southern Italy, you can make a trip to Lecce, an architectural gem of a city. In the heart of a region famous for its olive oil, Lecce's honey coloured 12th century cathedral is a masterpiece of Baroque art. Travellers staying at holiday homes or holiday rentals on Italy's Adriatic coast flock to the region's numerous beach resorts and with 15 km of beach Rimini is amongst the most popular. If you stay at a holiday home in the Le Marche region you can visit the Sirolo and Numana resorts. Numana has a sandy beach that is ideal for watersports and scuba diving. Book a holiday rental in Foggia to visit the Gargano National Park, which has some of the most beautiful landscapes on the Adriatic coastline.
The best time to visit the Italian Adriatic Coast
With lower than average rainfall, the summer is probably the best time to visit the beach resorts on Italy's Adriatic coast and those staying at holiday rentals in Venice should also make their trip in the summer to enjoy some of the cities great festivals and avoid the flooding which can be a problem in the winter. The more southerly of the region's resorts enjoy far longer summers but whether you are planning a beach holiday or want to explore the area's many historic towns and villages you will find a warm welcome at any time of the year.
Photos of the town
Property no. 869560
from GBP 276for 1 week
Monopoli, Italian Adriatic Coast (Ostküste von Apulien)
Holiday apartment for max. 2 personsApprox. 55 m², 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, pets are allowed (max. 2), TV, Internet, WLAN, washing machine, non-smoking property, sandy beach approx. 100 m, sea approx. 500 m
Property no. 885832
from GBP 1,247for 1 week
Monopoli, Italian Adriatic Coast (Ostküste von Apulien)
Holiday home for max. 5 adults + 1 childApprox. 120 m², 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pets are allowed (max. 1), satellite TV, Internet, WLAN, washing machine, dishwasher, beach approx. 13 km, sea approx. 15 km, pool