1/17Best holiday resort in Italy
Bibione-Pineda | A bit further away from Bibione’s tourist crowds is the family-friendly district of Pineda, which has been chosen as the best holiday resort thanks to your customer reviews. Read more in our blog!
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Attractive holiday home for five people, directly within the popular bathing resort of Torre Santa Sabina.3/17The 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.
4/17Vacation 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.
Per week from GBP 1,052show 2 offers
5/17Best 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.
Per week from GBP 215show 42 offers
Secluded country house for up to 12 people in Tuscany.6/17Holiday 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.
Per week from GBP 439show 5,174 offers
You’ll find this exceptional holiday apartment for four people in the heart of Rome.7/17That certain something
Italy | In the end it comes down to the furnishings if one feels comfortable. That applies to both your home and holiday. These holiday houses have a particularly fancy interior which gives them a unique flair for your vacation.
Per week from GBP 424show 87 offers
Holiday apartment for max. 16 persons on the Italian Adriatic Coast8/17Italian country estate
Italy | The best way to enjoy "la dolce vita" is on a tenderly restored country estate which in past times was used for agriculture.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Ostuni
Ostuni is one of the major holiday resort in Apulia. It boasts an excellent weather because it is situated on the hills and a refreshing breeze often blows.
Ostuni encompasses historical monuments and beautiful coastal and inland scenary. ...
A wide range of beaches, activities and attractions for every taste are available in this district.
You will find the laidback style of Mediterranean life so relaxing and restful.
show more ("new town").
Sacked after the fall of the Western Roman Empire, in 996 AD the town became part of the Norman County of Lecce. In this period started the development of medieval town around the summit of the 229 m high hill, there was built a castle (now only parts of the original castle remain) and city walls with four gates. From 1300 to 1463 it was part of the Principality of Taranto and from 1507 (together with Villanova[disambiguation needed ] and Grottaglie) passed to Isabella, Duchess of Bari, wife of Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan. Under the influence of Isabella, Ostuni enjoyed a golden-age within the wider panorama of the Italian Renaissance. In this period Isabella gave protection to humanists and people of art and letters, including bishop Giovanni Bovio. Isabella died in 1524 and Ostuni passed as dowry to her daughter Bona Sforza, wife-to-be of Sigismund I of Poland, King of Poland. During Bona Sforza's government, Ostuni continued to enjoyed a liberal and magnanimous regime. In 1539 she had towers built along all the shoreline, as protection against anticipated attacks from the Turks who controlled the Balkans. These towers (still existing, including Pozzella Tower, the Pylon, Villanova and others), were permanently garrisoned and communicated through fire beacons.
The city of Ostuni is a series of levels, staircases, small roads, alleys, arches. Hints of the Middle Ages are ...
show more at hand in every corner, in every view to the sea, in the portal of a palace, in the walls of a convent or the front of a church.
The brightness of its whitewashed houses, set against the pink-tinged brown of its principal monument, makes the town stand out in the green of the surrounding area. This happy combination of the natural and the manmade has made Ostuni one of the most attractive cities in the region and an essential part of any tour of Italy.
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
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Ostuni, Italian Adriatic Coast (Ostküste von Apulien)
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Ostuni, Italian Adriatic Coast (Ostküste von Apulien)
Holiday apartment for max. 2 personsApprox. 25 m², 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, pets not allowed, sandy beach approx. 12 km, sea approx. 15 km,