October 7, 2021

Traditional Luxury Villa In Puglia

Many people are eager to begin traveling again and a trip to a villa in Puglia in Italy would be …

By Corinne Van Houten

Share


Traditional stone villa near Fasano, Puglia | Photo Source: A.M.A Selections

Many people are eager to begin traveling again and a trip to a villa in the beautiful area of Puglia in Italy would be the ideal choice.

Villa Verdemare is a stunning two story villa situated near Fasano, a town in the province of Brindisi, and so close to the sea, it is visible from the rooftop terrace. With five en suite bedrooms, each with access to a terrace, the villa comfortably accommodates up to ten guests.

Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections

This large stone villa incorporates contemporary design with elements of traditional Puglian architecture such as domed ceilings, columns and archways. Gardens and over 6000 ancient olive trees contrast with the flat Puglian landscape. A large heated swimming pool is surrounded by sunbeds, complete with an outdoor shower. There are several al fresco lounging areas as well as an external bar, a vegetable garden and an outdoor fitness area.

4-Puglia-Luxury-Villa-Rental-Pool-PU1002
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections

The interior maintains the traditional Puglian stone floors and white washed walls and is casually yet elegantly furnished. There is an inviting living room and a fully equipped kitchen. The dining room looks out on the garden and the master suite has a terrace with a view of the coastline.

Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
10-Puglia-Luxury-Villa-Rental-Bedroom-PU1002
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections

The location is ideal for nature lovers with hiking trails and beaches all nearby. The charming town of Fasano is also worth a visit as well as these five Puglia seaside towns with beautiful architecture, sea views and local cuisine. For a unique, local experience be sure to check out the Museum of Olive Oil which is located in a 12th century fortified farmhouse. If you like Italian wine, then don’t miss out on these five Apulian wineries that combine superb wines with beautiful settings and a convivial atmosphere.

Whether you want to relax by the pool, sip an aperitif while admiring the sea views, or explore this beautiful region, this is the ultimate luxury Apulian retreat.

To book Villa Verdemare, click here.

Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
14-Puglia-Luxury-Villa-Rental-Entrance-PU1002
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections
Photo Source: A.M.A Selections

Picture of a dining table infront of a river at sunset

Create An Account

Get insider travel inspiration straight to your inbox.

Create an account with us and stay up-to-date with our exceptional properties, the hottest restaurants and calendar worthy events. Get inspired for your travels to Europe’s most fashionable destinations.

Want to
get in touch?

We are just a call or message away.