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Price and Availability Index in Apulia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Puglia
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in Puglia. Prices reach their highest point in August, when prices are an average of £98 a night (03/08 - 10/08). In February (23/02 - 02/03), prices will hit an average low of £69 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Puglia
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Puglia is in February (01/02 - 08/02). Conversely, you will find the highest number of available rentals during one week in June (01/06 - 08/06).
The Weather in Puglia
Above is a climate diagram for Apulia. July is the warmest month in Puglia, with average daily maximum temperatures of 31°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Puglia, with temperatures falling below 3°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is August.
Rent a holiday home in beautiful and historic Puglia
Taking influences from nearby Turkey and Greece and melding them with its Italian identity, Puglia is rich with distinctive culture and flavors. Salento, Bari and Lecce are just a few of the treasures you will discover in this region of Southern Italy.
A relaxed charm permeates Puglia and kids love to explore it by bicycle. They thrive on the adventure of diving into the cornflower blue sea, before drying off in the sun with a delicious Italian gelato. Perfect for school projects, trips to Puglia will teach kids about cooking (the earthy appeal of Puglian food is renowned), as well as fascinating history and culture. There is much here to excite and inspire them.
Just around the corner
Excursion destinations are plentiful in Puglia. Salento is known for its wildflowers and olive groves whilst the Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Taranto is one of Italy's most important collections. Galatina's 14th Century Basilica di Santa Caterina d'Alessandria is covered in frescoes. Yet another local attraction is the Palazzo Granafei-Nervegna. This 16th Century residence houses the partner to Lecce's pillar.
Castello Aragonese Taranto
Located on the tiny island of Isola Del Borgo Antico, this fortress is over 1000 years old and was once used to protect against the Saracens and the Republic of Venice. Ferdinand II of Aragon commissioned the expansion of the fortress to its current size but it fell into disuse until Napoleon Bonaparte reinstated it.
Basilica San Nicola in Bari
This historic basilica once housed relics of the saint after whom it was named, attracting pilgrims from across Europe. The first of its kind in Apulia, for a 1000 years San Nicola has been the model for numerous sacred buildings in the region.
Historic centre of Lecce
This baroque city centre is one of the masterpieces of southern Italy. Cherubs flutter across its stone frontages, which date from the 17th Century. The town's patron saint, Sant'Oronzo, looks down on the Piazza Sant'Oronzo from a tall pillar marking the end of the famed Appian Way. The Piazza del Duomo is a place of tranquility bordered by the cathedral.
Cattedrale di Trani
Overlooking the ocean, this incredible cathedral was founded a 1000 years ago and is still a centre for the local community. Constructed from pale limestone, the Romanesque building is impressive and it has a magnificent atmosphere.
The Trulli of Alberobello
A Unesco world heritage site, the city of Trulli is a city like no other. With origins in the shepherds huts on the hills of this verdant valley, its incredible white limestone buildings are topped with cone-shaped stone roofs. No mortar was used in the construction of these traditional dwellings.
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