Apartment for 4 people right on the Canale Grande.2/24By 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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“A great holiday – we will certainly be back next year.” opined one satisfied customer.
3/24Fun for the entire family
Italian Adriatic | A vacation in a holiday park is particularly ideal for families. As parents you can lean back and relax whilst your kids are taken care of your hands and are fully entertained.
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Pool and sun terrace of a villa which dates from the 17th century with space for 10 people4/24Undisturbed sunbathing
Italian Adriatic | Although the Adriatic beach is not far away, you can enjoy complete independence with your own pool. The “beach or pool?“ question can be spontaneously decided every day.
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For example stay in „Capo Nord“ – a hotel resort with luxurious apartments.
5/24Vacation 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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6/24Best 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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7/24Best 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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Sun, fun and sights
Italian Adriatic Coast | The Adriatic coastline between Trieste in the north and the Strait of Otranto just behind Ancona in the south is probably one of the nicest as well as most popular tourist destinations in Europe. In this region one can find wide sandy beaches, delightful countryside, lagoons and many famous towns of course including Venice.
There is quite a lot to do. Nearly everywhere one can choose from a wide selection of water sports: From a simple pedal boat to surfing, sailing, driving a motor boat or a diving trip everything is possible.
The Adriatic coastline is also a paradise for kids. The beach is a great place to run riot and play in the sand. In order to cool off the sea offers the ideal setting to splash around. Alternatively you may also consider one of the several water parks with large slides and wave pools. Beyond this there are a number of other attractions such as go-kart, riding, tennis, free climbing and much more. There is no real chance of boredom.
Those interested in a more cultural program will probably find towns such as Venice, Ferarra, Padua, Ravenna or Trieste to their liking instead of the touristic strongholds. Lido die Spina awaits with a very special highlight: Here in the midst of the amusement strip along the coast surprisingly you will able to see the second largest collection of paintings in Italy and not as you may expect in Milan or Rome. Definitely worth a trip!
Pulsating beach life along the Adriatic Coast
The Italian Adriatic stretching from Grado in the north to Cattolica in the south attracts many with its endless long sandy beaches. Families with children will be able to find everything that they need for a pleasurable beach vacation: flat slop beaches for the little ones and sun loungers for the adults. Children are able to enjoy and splash around in the water without fear and build castles whilst the parents can take a small time out and relax under the sun. The children though will not only be enthused by the beaches but there are several theme and aqua parks on the Adriatic coast that provide other welcome alternatives. It will be very difficult to find any form of solitude in this holiday region and contact with the locals is virtually guaranteed. The night life is equally an attractive proposition in this region. Every resort along the Adriatic Coast has an entertainment district with discos, bars, pubs, trattorias and restaurants that are open to the early morning hours.
Despite Rimini and Cesenatico being the famous resorts it is actually Bibione, Caorle, Lignano, Rosolina Mare and Lido di Jesolo that are most popular with atraveo customers. Find out why and search for your dream property along the Adriatic Coast!
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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.
Ostuni is known as the 'white city' for the whiteness of the houses of whitewashed old town and is an important and unique example of Mediterranean architecture.
It is of considerable interest around the Valle d'Itria that looks like a green valley ...
show more dotted with trulli, the typical ancient buildings and conical, the expression of spontaneous peasant, and is certainly one of the most scenic countryside of Puglia.
The territory of Ostuni also includes the coastal stretches for about 15 km along the Adriatic, alternating between sandy beaches and dunes of fine sand and rocky coastlines.
Torre Pozzella is a very beautiful stretch of coast consists of cliffs and wild coves, given Site of Regional (SIR). Continuing further south along the coast, there is a nature reserve of Torre Guaceto, an important site in terms of natural, archaeological and scientific.
Photos of the town
Property no. 1129856
from GBP 2,749for 1 week
Ostuni, Italian Adriatic Coast (Ostküste von Apulien)
Holiday home for max. 16 personsApprox. 230 m², 8 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, pets are allowed (max. 1), TV, Internet, washing machine, dishwasher, beach approx. 16 km, sea approx. 13.9 km
Property no. 188900
from GBP 286for 1 week
Ostuni, Italian Adriatic Coast (Ostküste von Apulien)
Holiday apartment for max. 3 adults + 2 childrenApprox. 100 m², 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, pets not allowed, satellite TV, Internet, WLAN, washing machine, non-smoking property, beach approx. 10 km, sea view, Agritourism